Three Horry County employees were terminated over cocaine use. One of the employees was arrested last week.
- J. Reuben Long jail employees booted from police academy over alleged cocaine use
- Tennessee runner wins Myrtle Beach Marathon a day before his 50th birthday
- One person in custody following 'active shooting incident' near S.C. 544 in Conway
- Another former North Myrtle Beach employee files discrimination suit
- HCS employee paychecks may be bigger come July
- After almost 70 years in Downtown Conway, this Main Street building might not house a bank
- ‘This place is overbuilt’: County council rejects rezoning for Carolina Forest homes
- Myrtle Beach man charged in deadly shooting on Cedar Street appears in court
- Waccamaw Indians believe they will finally be acknowledged
- Rare bird, new homes, flooding, snails: Development collides with the environment in Island Green
- 2021 Myrtle Beach Marathon
- MB beats NMB 3-0 in first of two matches this week
- Socastee falls 1-0 to Stratford in first round of playoffs
- Grammy's family grieves, searches for answers
- Myrtle Beach VA Outpatient Clinic opens
- Down at the Barber Shop in Loris
- All nine Horry County high schools hold track meet
- Connecting the bike path to the greenway
- Island Green residents hope to stop development after limpkin sightings
- Myrtle Beach's Jazz and Music in the Park
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On three separate occasions, people in Horry County have voted to assess an extra penny of sales tax to build highway infrastructure. The money has made it possible to construct major highways and road improvements. RIDE III was approved in 2016 by Horry County voters, by a 69.1 to 30.9 percent margin. The tax went into effect on May 1, 2017, and will expire on April 30, 2025. Has the county received a good return on the penny tax? Choices are: