Erin Edwards

Erin Edwards joined the WMBF News Team in March 2017. Erin is excited to share her passion for storytelling with the people of the Pee Dee and Grand Strand. Before heading to Myrtle Beach, Erin lived in Boston where she worked as a writer for WHDH, a job she says reinforced her decision to pursue a career as a News Reporter. Erin also worked as a freelance host for New England Sports Network’s Dirty Water TV. Erin graduated from Fisher College in Boston with a degree in Communications and Media Studies. While Attending Fisher, she was a part of Sigma Alpha Pi: The National Honors Society for Leadership and Success, and co-captain of the Cheerleading team. A native New Englander, Erin was born and raised in Litchfield County, Connecticut. After battling through brutal winters her entire life, she is eager to get to warmer weather. Erin enjoys exploring new places, spending time with family, and cheering on Boston sports teams. More than anything, she enjoys hearing from you!

Recent Articles by Erin

  MBDRC hopes to move forward with CCU theater

Myrtle Beach City Council votes allow breweries in certain areas of the city

CCU sees increase in some crimes, decrease in others

Myrtle Beach to address Withers Swash drainage basin concerns

Myrtle Beach parking ordinance put on hold

Officials say opioid use is on the rise in Horry County

Temple Emanu-El Rabbi speaks out about Pittsburgh shooting

‘We can’t … have more animal shelters than safe havens:’ Study ranks SC 6th in rate of women killed by men

Regional task force works to educate hotels on human trafficking

Thousands of homes could be added to Horry County flood map

City of Myrtle Beach steps closer to changing private parking

Myrtle Beach Police show K-9’s in action

Myrtle Beach named autism-friendly city

Rosewood neighbors devastated by flooding

‘This year we just pray we can recover,’ business down in Myrtle Beach after Florence

Free inspections offered for flooded homes in Conway

National Guardsmen from across the country here to help Florence victims

MBFD helps City of Conway prepare for flooding

Residents off of Highway 9 have been asked to evacuate

SCDNR works to make rescues on Waccamaw River