Summer is coming to an end and that’s a good sign for golfers in Myrtle Beach. With the fall golf season underway and local golf courses escaping significant damage from Hurricane Dorian, they’re looking forward to this upcoming season.
A beach renourishment project is set to begin on the beaches along Pawleys Island on Oct 1. Now, town leaders say due to the impacts they’re seeing from Hurricane Dorian, the project will probably start sooner than later.
If you’ve ever been somewhere during a hurricane, it’s likely the Waffle House stayed open. It’s been a part of the the company’s history since Hurricane Hugo hit Charleston in 1989 and they’ve been working to remain open everyday since.