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29 min ago | Myrtle Beach Online
950 State Highway 747, Loris, wild game supper, 5-6 p.m., in the fellowship hall.
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1 hr ago | Myrtle Beach Online
People stroll the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk as the sun sets, Monday evening. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade will add another award to its list Tuesday, when it will be named the 2013 Escape to the Southeast Travel Attraction of the Year Shining Example winner.
3 hrs ago | WMBF
Sheriff's deputies often cross county lines to search for a suspect, but it's uncommon for the sheriff himself to head to town and look for someone.
7 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
As the Myrtle Beach area prepares for the beginning of it's busy tourist season, international students will begin to arrive to work along the Grand Strand for the summer.
11 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
When asked about Cantona's arrest, police confirmed "a man in his mid-40s was arrested on suspicion of common assault.
16 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
The scene of a fatal accident in Socastee Tuesday morning involving a silver pickup and white sports car.
18 hrs ago | WMBF
MYRTLE BEACH, SC The Grand Stand is getting its first Walmart Neighborhood Market Place, which will only sell items typically found in grocery stores.
There will be one less place in Myrtle Beach where a sexually oriented business would be allowed if City Council passes second reading of an ordinance that adopts new zoning rules and updates definitions of terms in the law.
The registration period for the third annual Myrtle Beach Never Forgets Memorial Golf Outing has opened.
The Myrtle Beach Zipline has to delay opening until after March 18 because they have not yet been inspected for safety.
Myrtle Beach-based Direct Air's founders took more than $30 million from the charter air carrier's escrow account through a series of fraudulent and improper bank transactions, according to a bankruptcy trustee's report, but it appears all of the money went to pay the financially struggling carrier's bills.
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Ona Witt a volunteer with, VITA shares a laugh as she prepares income taxes for Jim and Jean Messick of Murrells Inlet, Tuesday afternoon at the Surfside Beach Library.
I have been fielding questions about "coffee houses" for a good while now. In fact, it's been since the Living Room shuttered its doors, because it was one of my regular haunts.
The after-school program in Georgetown and Horry counties needs tutors for children in kindergarten through Grade 5. To volunteer or learn more about Freedom Readers, including an upcoming fundraiser, contact board chairwoman Carolyn Ellis at 843-357-2064 or interim executive director Sunny Fry at 843-421-4589.
"I, the Writer: A Collection of Mickey Spillane Memorabilia," opens, going through April 20, and with special related events on four successive Wednesdays, starting on this day with "My Life with Mickey," lecture and book signing with Jane Spillane, his widow.
Over 50 employers and colleges are scheduled to appear on the Horry Georgetown Technical College campuses on March 11th to 13th from 10am to 2pm for the 2014 Job Fair events.