One of the biggest concerns for parents in South Carolina is paying for their child's education, which is why the South Carolina Treasurer's office created the Future scholar 5-29 College savings plan to help parents minimize potential student loan debt.
You may not have known, but at one time Carver Street in Myrtle Beach used to be a hub for music and dancing. A group of people want make sure that still exists. Between 18th and 21st Avenues North, Carver Street will be closed this weekend so that people from all walks of life can celebrate together through music at the second annual Jazz Festival.
A high school football game is supposed to be a fun event, something to look forward to. But what was supposed to be a regular Friday night lights affair for one local high school is gaining a lot of negative attention.
Since so many people's information has been compromised by the Equifax breach, there's a good chance when you go to the company's website and put in your information, you'll discover that you're also a victim.
The food truck ordinance for the city of Myrtle Beach is moving forward, but before it potentially passes, city leaders want to hear from residents. The food truck ordinance still has to go through two more readings to get the green light. If it does pass, city leaders will treat it like a trial run for a year to see how it all pans out.
While we're not seeing a direct impact from Hurricane Irma, people in Garden City are bracing themselves for the storm's fringe effects. On Atlantic Avenue in Garden City most businesses are closed, covered and sandbagged. But for those that are open, the common concern is possible power outages. Some businesses say they're stocked up on flashlights and batteries just in case the strong winds and rain knock power out.
The Bredemeier and Dentzau families are setting an example that, perhaps, we all should follow. They're helping others in need, in any way possible.You can donate to the Red Cross in a number of ways, but two families are going the extra mile. "We are collecting all household items, pet foods, baby items, clothing," Danielle Dentzau said, all for Hurricane Harvey victims.
A family whose home was destroyed in the October 2015 flooding will now wake up under a new roof. Monday, the South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office made a special delivery. They gave the first set of keys to a family still trying to recover and get their lives back on track nearly two years after that devastating flooding. The home was built thanks to the Disaster Recovery Grant.