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Conway officers will be directing traffic Wednesday at the intersection of U.S. 501 and Four Mile Road following a crash that damaged the stop light, Lt. Selena Small said.
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Restaurant row is seeing more closings, but some believe the plans for a new amusement park may be the fix it needs. Restaurant Row is home to dozens of different restaurants and businesses.
An Horry County police officer works with a K-9 on Tuesday as police worked to clear a homeless camp that is located in a "doughnut hole" along Grissom Parkway in the Myrtle Beach area. Horry County police have been enforcing no trespassing laws this week on property along Robert Grissom Parkway around the city limits of Myrtle Beach, Lt.
The museum announced Tuesday that the milestone had been reached, and identified the person as Karen McDaniel, of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. National September 11 Memorial and Museum President Joe Daniels said the million-visitor mark wasn't expected to be reached until into the fall.
Rolling Thunder South Carolina Chapter 3 honors fallen heros and those lost to war at Warbird Park Friday as the group holds it's annual candlelight vigil to mark POW/MIA Recognition Day. Members of Rolling Thunder SC 3 will unveil a new permanent "missing man chair" at Warbird Park during National POW/MIA Recognition Day on Friday as a reminder of all of those who still are missing in action.
Horrific details of a southern Indiana homicide were released Monday, including allegations that Joseph Oberhansley ate portions of Tammy Jo Blanton's brain, heart and lungs after stabbing her to death. Detectives were called to Blanton's home in Jeffersonville on Thursday.
Adult Education is giving away free GED practice tests to all students who visit the Conway Education Center or Myrtle Beach Family Learning Center, from September 22 through October 3. The "See for Free" program is designed to help students determine if they are ready to take and pass the official GED test. If not, the practice test will highlight which skills they need to work on to pass the test, and Horry County Schools Adult Education will offer personalized study plans, according to a news release issued by the Horry County Schools Adult and Community Education.
THURSDAY AT 6PM - At any moment, the beauty of the Grand Strand can turn into one of the most dangerous places to live. "There's nothing you can do against a big storm surge - it's going to devastate everything on the coast," warns the owner of The Gay Dolphin in Myrtle Beach.
Demetrius Lutress Harshaw, 31, is wanted for trafficking crack cocaine and heroine, according to Atlantic Beach Police Chief Tim Taylor. ATLANTIC BEACH, SC - A man wanted in connection to drug possession has surrendered to authorities.
Police responded to Broadway at the Beach early Saturday morning where a complainant stated that she had a customer at Revolutions attempting to pass a counterfeit fifty dollar bill. Antwain Jared Pratt, 21, told police that he received the bill from Georgetown Kraft Credit Union in Kingstree.
Veterans in Myrtle Beach have mixed reactions to moving the annual Memorial Day weekend parade so police can focus on security during an area biker festival. The parade is usually held the Saturday before Memorial Day.
No smoking signs are posted on more and more facilities nationwide, and it's a trend happening right here in our area as well. To help wind down the number of students who smoke, CCU will launch their first student smoke-free clinic this Tuesday September 16. "The clinic is an 8 week program, whenever we first meet in the first session we're just going to do welcome introductions and talk about the free from smoking program.
A wreck that took place this morning near the Garden City Connector on 17 Business by Cyprus Avenue resulted in one fatality. Horry County Coroner's Office has confirmed that Nancy Rawls, 87, of Myrtle Beach died in the car accident that took place this morning at 6:35.
Myrtle Beach, SC The talk of expanding The Boardwalk that stretches from 15th Avenue North to 2nd Avenue South is filling the mouths of city leaders lately. Right now the city is looking to add to the South end of The Boardwalk and extend it down to 3rd Avenue South.
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Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:51 am
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