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Fourth of July closings

Myrtle Beach city offices, facilities, including recreation centers, will be closed.

The following City of North Myrtle Beach facilities will be closed on Thursday, July 4:

  • NMB City Hall
  • J. Bryan Floyd Community Center
  • NMB Aquatic and Fitness Center
  • Regular sanitation collection schedule will be observed on July 4.

    All Horry County government offices, except public safety operations, will be closed in observance of Independence Day.

    Surfside Beach Town Hall will be closed.

    Georgetown County offices and facilities will be closed.

    Conway City offices will be closed. There will be no trash collection on July 4.

    All state and federal government offices are closed.

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      Coroner identifies body found of Peachtree Road in Socastee

      Sunday, August 19 2018 8:42 PM EDT2018-08-20 00:42:33 GMT
      Source: Ian Klein/WMBFSource: Ian Klein/WMBF

      HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) — Horry County Police are investigating Saturday after a body was found off Peachtree Road in Socastee. According to Capt. John Harrelson with the Horry County Police Department, investigators are still working to determine the exact cause of death.  WMBF will continue to follow this developing story and will pass along more information as it becomes available. Copyright 2018 WMBF News. All rights reserved.

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      HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) — Horry County Police are investigating Saturday after a body was found off Peachtree Road in Socastee. According to Capt. John Harrelson with the Horry County Police Department, investigators are still working to determine the exact cause of death.  WMBF will continue to follow this developing story and will pass along more information as it becomes available. Copyright 2018 WMBF News. All rights reserved.

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      UPDATE: Medical emergency not burglary triggered stand-off outside Surfside home

      UPDATE: Medical emergency not burglary triggered stand-off outside Surfside home

      Sunday, August 19 2018 6:49 PM EDT2018-08-19 22:49:32 GMT
      Source: Ian Klein WMBFSource: Ian Klein WMBF

      SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — Police are responding to an unknown incident at a home near the intersection of Surfside Drive and Poplar Drive. Officials have not given an official word as to what the incident is. Details are very limited at this time. WMBF's Ian Klein is live on the scene and reports seeing multiple SWAT officers with heavy artillery drawn.  WMBF News has a crew at the scene working to find out more information. Copyright 2018 WMBF News. All righ...

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      SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — Police are responding to an unknown incident at a home near the intersection of Surfside Drive and Poplar Drive. Officials have not given an official word as to what the incident is. Details are very limited at this time. WMBF's Ian Klein is live on the scene and reports seeing multiple SWAT officers with heavy artillery drawn.  WMBF News has a crew at the scene working to find out more information. Copyright 2018 WMBF News. All righ...

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    • Sen. Hembree home recovering after brain aneurysm scare

      Sen. Hembree home recovering after brain aneurysm scare

      Sunday, August 19 2018 2:16 PM EDT2018-08-19 18:16:13 GMT
      S.C. Sen. Greg Hembree (Source: Greg Hembree for Senate website)S.C. Sen. Greg Hembree (Source: Greg Hembree for Senate website)

      MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — Sen. Greg Hembree is finally home Sunday after suffering a brain aneurysm in early July. His daughter posted Saturday on Facebook, "My parents made it home from the hospital around lunchtime today and my dad is doing well." Sen. Hembree spent eight days in a medically-induced coma according to information from his family. Since 2013, Hembree has served Horry and Dillon counties in Senate District 28. Prior to his November 2012 ele...

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      MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) — Sen. Greg Hembree is finally home Sunday after suffering a brain aneurysm in early July. His daughter posted Saturday on Facebook, "My parents made it home from the hospital around lunchtime today and my dad is doing well." Sen. Hembree spent eight days in a medically-induced coma according to information from his family. Since 2013, Hembree has served Horry and Dillon counties in Senate District 28. Prior to his November 2012 ele...

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