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
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
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.
Myrtle Beach City Council voted to pass an ordinance to temporarily allow a hot air balloon ride downtown. The city had to vote on the ordinance because the city’s current law only allows temporary special events to last between three and five days.
Construction for the new Boys and Girls Club is moving along on the corner of Carver Street, Mr. Joe White Avenue and Dunbar Street. The club’s CEO is hoping it will be complete and ready to go by next school year.
It was the coldest Thanksgiving on record for New York City’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, but that didn’t stop a soon-to-be-full-time Grand Strand resident from checking an item off his bucket list.
It’s one of Thanksgiving’s greatest holiday traditions, possibly only second to turkey, and ahead of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade WMBF News got the chance to speak with one of this year’s main acts.
Myrtle Beach Invitational organizers had a second chance at a first impression. Hosting a relocated Puerto Rico Tip-Off in 2017, CCU, ESPN Events and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) staff say this years tourney benefited from a strong foundation.
Businesses in Murrells Inlet celebrated the annual Oyster Roast Saturday and Sunday, but despite being in the peak of oyster harvest season, shellfish are becoming harder to find along this once flourishing coastline.“I grew up here in the 60’s and you could rake in a bushel of clams or oysters wit
Just one week after the City of Myrtle Beach passed an ordinance allowing breweries to operate in different areas of the city, New South Brewery, celebrates 20-years of business in the Grand Strand this weekend.Two decades of local beer brewing have been going at New South in Myrtle Beach. Owner an
St. John’s Elementary in Darlington celebrated 200 years of education this week. Friday morning, they wrapped up a week-long commemoration with hundreds of students and staff marching around the historic school grounds led by the Darlington High School Band.
Communities around the United States will come together on November 11 to celebrate Veterans Day. Although it falls on a Sunday the official observance will fall on tomorrow, Monday, November 12. Observances around the Grand Strand look to honor all those who served our country.
Still looking for a pumpkin to carve before Halloween? A church in Conway has plenty for sale and the pumpkin patch is all in an effort to help flood victims.The First United Methodist Church, located on 5th Avenue, is donating proceeds from this year’s pumpkin patch to those impacted by flooding.
Runners will compete in the Myrtle Beach mini-marathon Sunday, October 21. The race will impact surrounding roads for several hours in the downtown Myrtle Beach area. Below is all you need to know about the race and which areas to avoid.
Our community continues to come together after the shooting tragedy in Florence Wednesday night that resulted in one death of a Florence Police officer and another six officers injured.On Saturday night, the Florence Soccer Association honored our men and women in blue during a pre-game ceremony.
The city of Loris is standing together and talking about gun violence in their community.Just this April a drive by shooting claimed the life of 20-year-old Charles Durant and injured his girlfriend Winter Parker who organized this weekends march.
Many people in our area are dealing with the impacts Florence left behind with its devastating floodwaters.It’s been nearly three weeks since we’ve showed you what people in the Lee’s Landing community have been dealing with. The waters have receded quite a bit, but people are still dealing with up