‘It was love at first sight’: SC couple celebrates 70th anniversary during pandemic

While Dennie and Flossie Riley didn’t expect to spend their anniversary sheltered away at home due to the pandemic, they still found a way to make the day special.

Beaufort woman wins big with lottery ticket bought after voting

  Honda of South Carolina donates over 100 blankets to MUSC Health Florence

N.C. state trooper locates missing person from S.C. during traffic enforcement duty, reunites with family

  ‘Lost souls’ take over Theatre of the Republic for Halloween haunted house

  Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina gives away backpacks to children in the community

  Donations sought for ‘Spooktacular Supply Drive’ to benefit local kids in need

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  First United Methodist Church in Myrtle Beach working with Help4Kids

Rare white sea turtle found on Kiawah Island

Horry County welcomes new K-9 to the team

Deputies visit Camp Robeson, show off pink patrol cars for ‘Cancer Awareness Pink Out Day’

St. Pauls man will ‘pay off a lot of stuff’ with his share of $986K Cash 5 jackpot

  This is Carolina: ‘I love him to death’: Trash collector befriends 4-year-old along route

"It was like, BAM!' Georgetown man learns he has winning lottery ticket

A Georgetown man was having dinner when he said a lottery win prompted him to put down his fork.

Two Myrtle Beach firefighters return home following overseas deployment

Families of two Myrtle Beach firefighters welcomed their loved ones home over the weekend following a deployment that lasted over a year.

  'Friday Night Bytes’: Florence School District One introduces Esports program

Students of Florence School District 1 will no longer have to wait until after school to enjoy video games.

  Marion County Sheriff Office’s therapy dog brings comfort to community, deputies, kittens

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has a special K-9 who plays an important role.

  Robeson County schools hold voter registration drives at high schools; stresses importance of voting

‘Back the Blue!’: Resident picks up tab for North Myrtle Beach officer’s food

‘It’s the simple things’: Loris Police return stolen rocking chair to elderly woman

Panthers McCaffrey, Tepper drop in Zoom class unexpectedly, surprise teachers and students with game tickets

  This is Carolina: Florence man shows the value of a coin ahead of Pee Dee coin show

‘It was a priceless moment’: Carolina Forest boy receives token of friendship from his favorite garbage truck driver

  'You just keep growing’: Ocean Drive Elementary celebrates National Blue Ribbon recognition

The Blue Ribbon Award is the highest award a school can receive from the U.S. Department of Education.

  Pee Dee resident adapts to the pandemic, creates successful roadside hot dog stand

After struggling to find work, Noah Veon's mother pitched him the idea of opening up a hot dog stand.

Soldier who’s been deployed for 13 months surprises mom at N.C. restaurant

Pfc. Felipe Vidrios, currently serving in the U.S. Army, was deployed for 13 months in Kuwait and his mother, Candy Vazquez, had no idea he was coming home.

Colony Apartment community to receive free Wi-Fi following generous donation from Charlamagne Tha God

The first installation will support the residents of the Colony and North Pointe Apartments.

  Marion County sees surge in economic development, bringing hundreds of new jobs

Within the past month, three companies have announced they're expanding and bringing new jobs to Marion County.

Midlands woman celebrated with parade for her 100th birthday

Scott’s family decided because of the COVID-19 pandemic that they would hold a birthday parade instead of a party.

‘No mo chemo’: Family celebrates end of chemo for 6-year-old boy with parade

Doctors diagnosed Eli with leukemia shortly after his third birthday. He is now 6.

  This is Carolina: Myrtle Beach sisters rank #1 as tennis doubles team

It’s likely you’ll see a pair of sisters coaching, playing or directing any given time at the Dunes Tennis Club.

  'We’re happy to do it’: Horry County woman travels nearly 3,000 miles to help wildfire victims in Oregon

An Horry County woman is in Medford, Oregon right now, volunteering with the Red Cross to help people affected by wildfires in Oregon.

Three Horry County firefighters to help battle Oregon wildfires

Three Horry County firefighters will be deployed to Oregon to help in battling the wildfires.

Hunterville officer receives napkin with handwritten prayer on windshield

A Huntersville police officer left a Dunkin' Donuts with more than just coffee Tuesday morning. He left with a handwritten note on a napkin that he says he’s going to keep with him.

Kidney donor found for Green Twp police officer battling genetic disease

Officer Troy Biggs was diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease (PKD) about three years ago

Local law enforcement members participate in 55-mile hike to bring awareness to suicide prevention

Members of the local law enforcement community have embarked on a three-day hike to bring awareness to suicide prevention among their peers.

  This is Carolina: Myrtle Beach firefighters join in stair climb to remember 9/11

Myrtle Beach firefighters were joined by members of the community Friday to remember the victims and first responders of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

  Darlington Mayor Curtis Boyd leads run to remember 9/11 victims

On Friday, Darlington Mayor Curtis Boyd and others took to the streets of Darlington for a memorial run to remember the victims of Sept. 11.

Pool manufacturer establishes operations in Marion County; will create 200 new jobs

A pool manufacturing company will now call Marion County home and is expected to create hundreds of jobs for the area.

  House of Hope breaks ground on tiny home neighborhood to help homeless families

House of Hope of the Pee Dee broke ground Thursday morning on their tiny home neighborhood, H.O.P.E Village.

4-year-old Concord girl rings victory bell after spending months in hospital for cancer treatment

A 4-year-old Concord girl is home after spending 140 days in the hospital for cancer treatments.

  'It’s just a blessing’: Boys & Girls Club unveils new Myrtle Beach facility

Nearly two and a half years after breaking ground the Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand unveiled their new facility.

Darlington Raceway, NASCAR donate teddy bears to children at Tidelands Health

NASCAR representatives made a special delivery Wednesday to children receiving treatment at Tidelands Health.

Myrtle Beach firefighters return to work after assisting in Laura recovery efforts

Four members of the Myrtle Beach Fire Department are back on the job after deploying to Louisiana to assist in recovery efforts following Hurricane Laura.

  8-year-old afraid of law enforcement forms unexpected friendship with Kershaw County deputy

Williamson said was determined to change that fear and with the help of one Kershaw County deputy, she did just that.

  This is Carolina: Drivers reminisce on last race at Myrtle Beach Speedway

Once known as the ’Rambi Raceway,’ the Myrtle Beach Speedway’s chapter has come to a close after more than six decades. The track held its last official race, the Sun Fun 101, on Aug. 15.

Pawleys Island church donates massage chairs to Tidelands Health team

Employees at Tidelands Health has a new way to relax a little while remaining on the front lines of the coronavirus battle.

  100th birthday celebration held for Montgomery WWII veteran

A special celebration was held for a local World War II veteran Wednesday.

Neighbors help West Columbia man with Down Syndrome celebrate 34th birthday

Neighbors and friends came together Tuesday to help him celebrate his 34th birthday with a drive-thru birthday party.

CMPD officer helps homeless woman with service dogs off streets

Gonzalez is a senior citizen, who up until a few months ago, she was homeless and living in the woods with her three service dogs.

Horry County officer given ‘donation to rehydrate’ while working traffic check

Members of the community wanted one Horry County officer to stay hydrated while on the job, even providing the means to do so.

‘If I can do something for somebody, I’m going to’: Wilmington man says he will use $250K lottery win to help people

Dennis Nagle recently won a $250,000 scratch-off lottery prize but he’s not really interested in using the money to make a big purchase like a new car or house. Instead, he says he wants to use the money to help those in his community.

Myrtle Beach woman receives prestigious Red Cross award after saving another woman’s life

A Myrtle Beach woman sprang into action to save another woman’s life and on Wednesday she was honored for her heroic act.

Best bro, best friend, best man: Minnesota brothers’ sweet moment goes viral

Will says there was never a doubt in his mind that Henry would be his best man.

12-year-old cancer survivor getting new smile

The family of a 12-year-old girl created a GoFundMe to get her a new smile.

  This is Carolina: Surprise money in jar is ‘cherry on top’ for baker beating cancer

Carlos Rivera's work family and customers have stepped up to help him pay for his medical bills.

Richmond EMT is one of the newest American Girl Dolls

When American Girl, the maker of American Girl Dolls, announced its “Heroes With Heart” contest to honor frontline workers, one girl knew exactly who to nominate.

‘Small token of appreciation’: Marion Food Lion unveils parking spaces designated for veterans

A Food Lion in Marion wants to make it easier for veterans to find a parking spot when coming into their store.

Young boy with heart condition presented ‘Junior Officer’ badge by HCPD

Local authorities made a special visit to a young boy earlier this week.

Family drives hours to see girl’s first day of kindergarten

A photo of little Kinsley Wright’s loved ones peering through a window to see her start her first day of kindergarten shows their dedication, but it fails to reveal the distances they’ll go out of passion for family.

  This is Carolina: Horry Co. woman making a difference for deaf community across the country

Two friends formed an unlikely friendship because, at first, they didn’t speak the same language.

Horry County police welcome newest, furriest member to its team

The Horry County Police Department has welcomed a new four-legged friend to its team.

  Solider returns home to Myrtle Beach after deployment in Afghanistan

SPC Todd Caswell spent over 300 days on deployment in Afghanistan.

  ‘Angel of Hope’ statue remains untouched in S.C. dunes after Hurricane Isaias

Hurricane Isaias battered the dunes in Cherry Grove on Monday night, but there is one spot where it looks like the storm never happened.

Deputy delivers bike to boy who had his stolen in Chesterfield County, S.C.

On Aug. 5, Deputy Gainey loaded up a bike in his patrol car that his son no longer needed and delivered it to Sy’Ncire Lockhart.

  S.C. Aquarium releases its 300th rehabilitated sea turtle back into the ocean

The South Carolina Aquarium will release six Kemp’s ridley sea turtles Wednesday morning, marking its 300th release of rehabilitated turtles.

  13-year-old boy saves money, donates over 300 backpacks to community

On Tuesday, Jaylin Clyburn held his second backpack and school supply drive. He also had one on Saturday. Jaylin says he wanted to make sure every kid’s hand was filled with a backpack.

  5-year-old S.C. hero honored for saving dad during medical emergency

5-year-old Jaxon Goodman was given an Honorary Commendation for Bravery from Sheriff Max Dorsey.

  Conway storage facility makes sure charities are stocked up for those in need during pandemic

A Conway storage facility has come up with a unique way of giving back during the coronavirus pandemic.

  This is Carolina: Aspiring Navy SEAL helping veterans and others in need

He’s only in fourth grade, but one young man is ready to serve.

Dunkin’ makes special delivery to nurses, doctors at Conway Medical Center

Dunkin’ made a special delivery to local healthcare workers this week!

N.C. trooper buys brand new tires for family broken down on busy highway

North Carolina State Highway Patrol Trooper Colby Pridgen was helping the family who were broke down along a busy highway in Johnston County.

  VIDEO: Black bear enjoys breakfast in Carolina Forest backyard

It wasn’t honey, but it sufficed.

S.C. man surprises girlfriend after cancer milestone with question of a lifetime

Monday not only marked the end of her sixth chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer, but it was also the first day of the rest of their lives together, vowing to conquer cancer and all of life’s challenges in the midst of a global pandemic.

Hundreds celebrate NC man’s 107th birthday with drive-thru parade

A North Carolina man, who lived through COVID-19, just celebrated his 107th birthday with a surprise parade from his community.

  Soldier returns home to Myrtle Beach, meets newborn daughter for the first time

A soldier received a warm welcome home Friday afternoon at Myrtle Beach International Airport, but there was one particular person he really wanted to see.

Krispy Kreme bringing back fan-favorite Reese’s Doughnuts

The chain said only one of the doughnuts will earn a permanent spot on the menu.

Retired Myrtle Beach police lieutenant wishes daughter ‘Happy Birthday’ while overseas

A retired Myrtle Beach police lieutenant wanted to make sure to send his daughter a special message on her birthday while he is overseas.

Myrtle Beach Fire Department donates autism awareness shirt proceeds to nonprofit

The department's donation to SOS Care is going toward Project Lifesaver.

Brookgreen Gardens welcomes new ‘garden to table’ restaurant

Brookgreen Gardens visitors will have a new place to go to for lunch, and many of the items on the menu will come right from the very gardens they walk through.

Chesterfield officer, pastor stop to help 2 men change flat tire

A Chesterfield police officer and pastor both stopped to help out two men who had a flat tire along Hull Street Road on Monday afternoon.