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Black history in America is something that should be discussed and studied more than just one month a year, according to Fannie Brown, co-founder of the Grand Strand Cultural Arts Foundation.
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Members of Myrtle Beach's Downtown Redevelopment Corp. will spend the next several months working to answer that question by polling area business owners, residents, City Council members and tourists to determine where the group should focus its energy.
Dog groomer Adriane Pope stands with J.J., her poodle that she groomed in a Disney movie theme for a creative grooming competition driane Pope has been getting a great deal of attention for the unique works of art that she creates on her white standard poodles.
Braydon Taylor holds his nose as he goes down the waterside at the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center while attending their Spring Break Splash for Kids program.
The granddaddy of golf courses in Myrtle Beach may soon see some changes to its surrounding area.
The Parkinson Association of the Carolinas has 60 support groups in the two states.
Last week, the network announced that the host of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" will succeed Letterman on "Late Show" next year.
Newsday reports Dina Lohan also pleaded guilty to speeding during her court appearance Tuesday on Long Island.
After having been away for far too long, the sights and sounds of these creatures, with their often brilliant plumages and constant activity, enhance the sensation of spring's annual renewal of life.
The former football star and current co-host with Kelly Ripa of "Live With Kelly and Michael" got a red-carpet welcome from the "GMA" team.
Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology students work on their entry in the Marshmallow Challenge during last year's Engineering Day at Horry-Georgetown Technical College in Conway.
FLORENCE, SC Dr. Hubert Setzler III, Francis Marion University assistant professor of management, and FMU alum Corey Andrews, M.B.A., co-wrote the case study, "Trouble in Sherwood: Who is right Locksley or Nottingham?", that will be published in Southeast Case Research Journal, Issue 11, Fall 2014.
World War II veterans Hazel Adams and Iris Dian return from the Honor Flight Grand Strand/Myrtle Beach in October 2011.
Police spokesman Roland Ekkers said the girl, who has not been identified for privacy reasons, turned herself in to Rotterdam police in the company of a parent Monday and is now being interrogated.
One victim in a Friday night shooting in Brunswick County has been updated to fair condition, while the second victim remains in critical condition.
But I couldn't let the announcement that Kevin Siers, editorial cartoonist at The Charlotte Observer, a fellow McClatchy News Co., news organization, had won the Pulitzer Prize go without remark.