One man is still recovering Saturday after shooting on Wallace Street in Marion. According to Marion Police Chief Tony Flowers a suspect shot the man in the leg around 7:00 pm Saturday. Flowers says the man was rushed to McLeod Hospital and his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
After nearly three straight days of rain showers, Mother Nature isn’t making things much easier on those rebuilding after the flooding from Hurricane Florence.Residents in Conway and Socastee said they get an unsettling feeling when they hear about thunder storms or possible flooding, and rightfull
North Myrtle Beach officials took time Saturday to stamp out any rumors circulating on social media of “thousands of dead birds” lining the coasts. In a statement issued by Spokesperson pat Dowling, officials reiterated that the number of birds found dead on the beach is much closer to two or three.
A stand-off between Florence City Police and an armed suspect ended without injury Saturday. According to Lt. Mike Brandt with the FPD, the suspect and officers exchanged fire near the Family Dollar on Lucas Street, before the man fled and barricaded himself inside the store.
Continuing it’s partnership with area schools, deputies with Horry County Sheriff’s office will offer a unique form of encouragement to students finishing Fall semester. Called “High Five Friday” deputies Jamie Smith and Grainger Hendrick, along with PIO Brooke Holden surprised students at Aynor El
A community is in mourning Saturday after a Lumberton Police officer was struck and killed by a car in the early morning hours. According to Lumberton City officials the male officer, who’s identity has not yet been revealed, was responding to an accident on I-95 near Exit 22 around 6:20 a.m. on Sa
Local leaders along the coast say they think the Department of Health and Environmental Control’s swim advisory maps are misleading, now many are hoping to work with the DHEC on new maps.“By the way the maps read, it looks like the entire beach is closed,” said North Myrtle Beach Mayor Marilyn Hat
Uncooked chicken thawing next to dirty dishes, grease buildup in several places, plus another option if you don’t want to cook a Christmas Dinner. Also, we have two perfect scores this week on Restaurant Scorecard.
The City of Myrtle Beach is looking into establishing historic districts in the downtown area for business and neighborhoods, and could also come with the potential for discounts on development and redevelopment.