Amy Prock, the interim police chief of the Myrtle Beach Police Department, will be sworn in as the permanent chief of police on Monday. City spokesman Mark Kruea confirmed that Prock, a 20-year veteran of the department, will be sworn in at 4 p.m. on July 3 at the Ted Collins Law Enforcement Center.
The Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Corporation has been working since the early 2000s to clean up what's known as the South Mixed Use area, between Eighth Avenue North and about First Avenue North.
Coastal Carolina University Dean of Students Travis Overton said the school takes a hard stance on alcohol use on campus, which could be one reason why a recent report found CCU leads U.S. colleges in the number of alcohol arrests and disciplinary actions per ten thousand students.
North Myrtle Beach now has four parking lots where people have to pay to park, but soon, people with property in the city could be able to park in those lots by the beach without paying for it each time.