At times the people in McCown Auditorium Wednesday night seemed more interested in talking about why Hurricane Florence flooded their homes and how devastating the disaster has been for them than in talking about a FEMA buyout.
At a time when cell phones and video games vie for kids’ time and attention, one local group is working to introduce children to the healthier and more rewarding alternative of track and field.
As for the hardest part of the first-ever Myrtle Beach Terrain Race, Julia Boland said it was definitely turning over “the giant tires.”
Sunny skies, chirping birds and blooming magnolias aren't the only early signs of spring in Myrtle Beach. So are the crack of the bat, cheering crowds and a booming sports tourism economy. Above all, the common theme and color scheme between the sports fields and spring season are a whole lo…
There was a time not so long that students who wanted to play high school lacrosse in Horry County were required to suit up for the Socastee Braves. Just over a decade later, four more Horry County Schools have added lacrosse programs (both boys and girls, varsity and JV) and the number of s…
The North Strand Sail and Power Squadron (NSSPS), a unit of the U.S. Power Squadrons, headquartered in Little River, is taking part in a joint effort to establish a new Life Jacket Loaner Board in Murrells Inlet.
The Conway Dixie Angels didn’t win the district championship, but coaches are proud of the team for advancing further than any previous recreation league fast-pitch softball team in city history.
The Guy Daniels Memorial Foundation’s main fundraiser helps provide scholarships for Horry and Georgetown County students in addition to supporting local environmental causes.Surfside Beach, S.C., July 7, 2017- For the 18th consecutive year, the Guy Daniels Memorial Foundation Surfoff will b…
When the power is out, they spring into action to find the problem and solve it, but Saturday line technicians from around South Carolina competed to prove who is really at the top of the electric pole.
With the 2016 deer season soon opening in all counties, South Carolina’s deer population is healthy and the season outlook is good, according to the state’s top deer biologist.
Caleb Nobles collected four hits and blasted a pair of home runs to lead Horry Post 111 to a hard-fought 8-7 win over homestanding West Columbia in an opening-round American Legion Baseball state playoff series Monday night at Brookland Cayce High School.
The Aynor Dixie Boys (13-14) swept undefeated through district competition this past week to earn a berth in the state tournament.
Conway High School is not selling advertisements for sports calendars, spirit items or promotional materials at this time. Anyone who is representing Conway High School should have proof that they are with the school or the athletic department. If you are contacted by anyone claiming to repr…
The Xtra Inch, in partnership with Select Health of South Carolina’s First Choice Medicaid health plan, will present the First Choice Fit Marcus Lattimore youth football camp Aug. 13 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Carolina Forest High School. The camp is for boys and girls ages 5-17. There will also …
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew Fishers of Men Chapter at St. Paul’s Church will sponsor its fourth annual Don Boucher Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday at the Hackler Golf Course at Coastal Carolina University.
Morgan Cook has many cherished friendships, but one of her most enjoyable relationships is the special bond she shares with a four-legged friend named Ginger.
A 5K wellness run, complete with blood-pressure checks and freshly made smoothies, is the inaugural event celebrating the 50th anniversary of Horry Georgetown Technical College. The race will be held April 9 beginning at 9 a.m. at 950 Crabtree Lane on the HGTC Grand Strand campus near The Ma…
Matt Cox capitalized on the misfortune of pole sitter Tommy Lemons to grab victory in the first of two 40-lap Late Model features at Myrtle Beach Speedway on Sunday.
Myrtle Beach Pelican baseball fans can receive a voucher redeemable for a tree ticket by donating blood Wednesday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. at Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach.
Competitors in the Student Angler League Tournament Trail (SALTT) had a final chance to move up in the season standings, as well as rack up prizes and awards during the last of the season’s four trail events Saturday in Georgetown.
University of South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp will be the featured speaker at the Horry and Georgetown County Gamecock Club Spring Meeting on May 10 at Crown Reef Resort, 2913 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach. Muschamp will be available for autographs beginning at 5 p.m.