HARTSVILLE, SC (WMBF) - The Hartsville African American Cemetery Committee held a historical marker dedication ceremony for the Marion Avenue Cemetery Monday morning.Dozens of people, including South Carolina Speaker of the House, Jay Lucas, and Representative Robert Williams gathered at the histo
A proposed bill will let you decide if you want to pay more at the pump in order to help improve our beaches. Senator Greg Henry proposed a bill that would let counties vote if they want a $.1 per gallon tax on gas to go towards beach renourishment projects."The voters would have to vote to tax the
Dozens of protestors gathered along the Garden City Connector in front of the Indian Wells Golf Club Monday afternoon to speak out against a rezoning request that would allow for more than 500 new homes to be built in the area.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A group of Horry County Schools teachers will join a group of teachers lobbying South Carolina lawmakers for higher pay. SC for Ed, a statewide group comprised of 20,000 teachers, will leave their classrooms, wear red clothes and ask lawmakers for major reforms to the stat
LITTLE RIVER, SC (WMBF) - One person is receiving medical treatment Sunday after an apartment fire in Little River. According to Kelly Moore with Horry County crews were called to the 800 block of Egret Circle around _______.
FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - Though the NFL season only has one game remaining, Florence football fans won’t have to wait too much longer for gridiron action. The Carolina Havoc announced it’s 2019 season schedule Monday. The team will play 10 games total, six of them at home in the Florence Center. The
As the partial government shutdown reaches the thirty day mark, communities across the Grand Strand are banding together to support strained government employees. Sunday, representatives from the Grand Strand Islamic Society donated home-cooked meals, and non-perishable foods to TSA agents working a
While the third annual Women’s March returned to Washington D.C. on Saturday, hundreds of people gathered in Myrtle Beach at Chapin Park to do the same. This year's theme is the "Women's Wave" and "Truth to Power." Women of all ages and men gathered together with signs over at Chapin Park to call fo
FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) -- Florence County Sherrif’s Deputies have a suspect in custody Sunday after a Saturday night shooting left one badly hurt. Deputies say they responded to a shooting around 11:00 p.m. Saturday on Candy Lane in Florence County. FCSO said in a release they believe the shooting was
- Authorities are still putting all the puzzle pieces together Saturday afternoon after a body was found near the Hemingway area of Williamsburg County. According to Williamsburg County Coroner an investigation is still underway on Highway 41 near Hemingway. Coroner Harrison McKnight says he receiv
Many in Johnson County, a suburban area south of Indianapolis that was once an industrial center, believe it’s linked to toxic chemicals dumped by the factories that used to be the economic engine of the region.
Citing an increase in sightings over the past few weeks, Myrtle Beach officials are teaming up with SCDNR’s Wildlife Resource Team for a public forum. According to a post on Myrtle Beach City Government’s Facebook page, the forum will provide additional information about the animals and provide det
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Horry County Police are asking for the public’s help Saturday in the search for an elderly man gone missing. Joseph Cambra, 73. was last seen at his home in the Carolina Forest area on Monday, January 14. According to HCPD, Cambra left his home in a blue 2018 Hyundai Elant
It’s a scorned lover’s worst nightmare, a bargain sale of one’s prized possessions. That fear came to fruition Saturday for one man after a Myrtle Beach woman posted signs in the River Oaks area urging customers to ‘Take my ex’s stuff!’