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Joan Stephens walked for her daughter.
FLORENCE | The Carolina Forest offense watched nearly helplessly as Ailym Ford did what he’s done to so many others in the past.
Wayne Wardien watched the water climb to his front steps during the great flood of 2015.
Governor Henry McMaster will be joined by state and federal officials and nonprofit organizations for Team South Carolina Day Monday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Conway Recreation Center, 1515 Mill Pond Road.
The North Myrtle Beach High girls cross country team won the Region 6-4A title on its home course Tuesday, while the Myrtle Beach boys team was runner-up at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex.
Mickey Wilson vaguely remembers Scott Earley approaching him in April of 2009 and telling the then-assistant two things.
Horry County residents have until Wednesday to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance, according to a press release from the state employment and workforce department.
An idea to control flooding on the Waccamaw River might have worked nearly a century ago, but I don’t see how it can be implemented in today’s environmentally-friendly climate.
The activity committee held another happy hour at Longbeard’s Restaurant and 40 residents of The Farm enjoyed the evening, meeting with neighbors and eating the food.
Our heartfelt prayers are with everyone, especially those in the Florida panhandle who suffered devastation from Hurricane Michael.
As I work on my column, I have just come back from giving blood at the local Red Cross center next to Kroger. It only takes about a half hour of your time to give a pint of blood, and you can give every eight weeks. With all the bad weather, donations are down, and they are in need of all ki…
The Waterford yard of the month committee is pleased to announce George and Ginger Serey’s yard, at 4980 Westwind Drive, as the award-winning yard for August. The Sereys have lived in the community for five and a half years and hail from Minnesota. Ginger is a retired nurse, and George is re…