Casey Watson

Digital Content Producer

Recent Articles by Casey

Horry County’s hospitality fee, I-73 battle makes its way to Statehouse

  Horry County Council votes to cancel I-73 contract with SCDOT

  Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony held at The Market Common

  HCFR outlines steps for picking 30 new firefighters after hundreds apply

  WMBF reporter Casey Watson serves as a 'Principal for the Day’ at MBMS

Horry County School Board selects new member for vacant District 1 seat

  Thousands of veterans honored with Quilts of Valor for their sacrifices

  Future of former Freestyle Music Park becomes clearer

  Grand Strand firefighters call on community to help pass S.C. cancer bill

  Councilman blasts hospitality fee deal, says it would ‘rape the taxpayers’

  Changes to RV park could help fund more beach parking in North Myrtle Beach

  Horry County, Myrtle Beach closer to resolution in hospitality fee battle

  S.C. governor meets with county, city leaders ahead of 3rd hospitality tax mediation

  Myrtle Beach City Council candidates discuss their plans for city

  Atlantic Beach settles lawsuit against former police chief

  Group rallies to honor 41 people killed in S.C. in 2018 from domestic violence

  Police arrest 5 in connection to car thefts, break-ins across South Strand

  Big changes could be coming to RV park in North Myrtle Beach

  School leaders vote to change Scholars Academy, STEM school

  Tornado damages homes in Myrtle Beach neighborhood

  Town of Nichols uses FEMA grant to find solutions to prevent devastating floods

Horry County residents concerned tiny homes could cause big problems

  Repeat false alarm offenders could soon face serious fines in Horry County

  $3.6 million grant could add 30 firefighters to Horry County if council approves

  Signs of change seen at old Freestyle Music Park

  Highway 9 to see significant changes in near future

  Parents, students worry changes to Horry County academy could cost them thousands of dollars

  Councilmembers not seeing eye-to-eye when it comes to Horry County development

  Myrtle Beach church celebrates 100 years, plans to stay open for 100 more

  ’Where do I live?’ Horry-Georgetown County line causes confusion