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Conway movie theater closing doors after 12 years

A Conway movie theater is rolling it’s final credits. The Rivertown Stadium 12, a 12-screen, nearly 2,000-seat theater, opened in 2007 announced via Facebook the facility is closed and looking for new ownership.

Adorable puppy newest member of SC police department’s team

Beard-growing competition coming to The Boathouse, open to men and women

Community coming together to help area Coast Guard, other federal employees impacted by shutdown

League hopes to work with Myrtle Beach city officials to solve hockey rink headaches

City of Hartsville honors once forgotten African American cemetery

Paying more at the pump? Potential bill would add tax to fund new beaches

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  Protesters speak out against proposed new development at Indian Wells Golf Course

Parade-goers plan to brave the cold for this year’s annual MLK parade along Ocean Boulevard

Myrtle Beach mosque donates food, water to furloughed TSA agents

Crowds of people participate in the Myrtle Beach Women’s March

Myrtle Beach gov’t teaming up with SCDNR to host coyote forum

Buyer beware: Myrtle Beach woman gets creative to promote sidewalk sales

Cheers! Largest U.S. wine and beer retailer coming to Myrtle Beach

Wine and beer connoisseurs get ready because a new business is preparing to open its doors in the Grand Strand.

Navy mom surprises 7-year-old son at his NC elementary school

A 7-year-old boy got quite the surprise at school on Wednesday, courtesy of his military mom.

  City of Florence to hold groundbreaking ceremonies for two new community centers

A project more than 20 years in the making is finally coming together in Florence County. Tuesday afternoon, the city of Florence will celebrate the construction of two new community centers at Dr. Iola Jones Park and Maple Park with groundbreaking ceremonies.

Grand Strand restaurant feeds federal employees impacted by government shutdown

While many are feeling the effects of the government shutdown, including locally, one Grand Strand restaurant is giving back to federal employees.

Former Ft. Bragg soldier who received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star wins $200K in lottery

This is Carolina: Chanticleer spirit is found in its shuttles with every ‘good morning’

Myrtle Beach social media star catches attention of Harlem Globetrotters

Local businesses hope new indoor market will revitalize Inlet Square Mall

Seal-mania continues along Grand Strand shores

Restaurant franchise co-owned by NFL QB coming to Myrtle Beach

  Phase one of Charlie’s Place construction underway

Charlie’s Place could be completely redone as soon as the end of this year, and that kind of news is sitting well with those who grew up and still visit the neighborhood.

Myrtle Beach leaders look to revamp food truck ordinance in 2019

Changes to the Myrtle Beach food truck ordinance could soon go before city council, this comes more than a year after Myrtle Beach approved a pilot program allowing food trucks to operate within select city limits.

New HOA law in effect in South Carolina

A new Homeowners Association law is now in effect throughout South Carolina.

Registration open for North Myrtle Beach Ocean Rescue Junior Lifeguard Program

Registration is open for the City’s January 24-March 14 Ocean Rescue Junior Lifeguard program. All classes are at the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center.

Law enforcement gearing up for New Year’s Eve celebrations in Myrtle Beach

It’s New Year’s Eve, which means many people will be going out tonight to ring in 2019.

Family, friends, HCSO remembers fallen officer on 17th anniversary

Seventeen years seems like a long time, but it’s a period of time that the Gerald family remembers everday of because they’re missing their loved one.Lt. Randy Gerald was shot and killed 17 years ago on Dec. 29, 2001. He was driving home from his shift at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, still in u

  Historic Pee Dee district garners national attention

The historic Jamestown District in Florence County has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

North Myrtle Beach first responders grant a dream come true for 6-year-old heart transplant recipient

The North Myrtle Beach Department of Public Safety turned on their lights and sirens and made a lap around the city on Thursday, but for a good reason.

Special delivery made to Grand Strand Medical Center over the holidays

Santa made an extra special delivery at Grand Strand Medical Center this Christmas.

Firefighter battling cancer receives thoughtful Christmas gift

It’s what the holidays are all about, giving selflessly for the benefit of others.For one Myrtle Beach firefighter, the spirit of Christmas came early when Monika Newman stopped by the department’s administration building last Friday.

‘It’s pretty neat:' Seal sightings on SC’s shores continue to mesmerize

For the fourth time in a week, a seal has come out of the ocean and onto Myrtle Beach’s shores.

This Is Carolina: Myrtle Beach firefighters have holiday surprise for the ‘Cookie Monster’

Like a lot of little boys, Keegan Ruggeiri loves fire trucks and he wants to be a firefighter.

Grand Strand shoppers trying to beat the Christmas clock

In the final hours before Christmas, shoppers are scurrying about trying to get gifts to wrap and put under the tree.

10-year-old girl’s Christmas wish is to give back to homeless community

It’s the season of giving and 10-year old Madison Kirkwood, who attends River Oaks Elementary School, is using this special time to give back to those in need. She says seeing smiles on everyone’s faces is enough to fill her Christmas wish list this year.

Store owner honors fallen Florence officers with window display

This holiday season, businesses in downtown Florence decked their store fronts with Christmas decorations, but one business stood out.

Year in Review: Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show delights thousands

The skies over Myrtle Beach became the stage for the spectacular Wings Over Myrtle Beach, the area’s first air show in 20 years.

People of the Grand Strand: St. Nick is right at home during his yearly holiday stop in Myrtle Beach

That fondness for making children happy, now going on two millennia, is evident on St. Nick’s face during his annual stop to meet with the youngsters of the Grand Strand.

Volunteers preparing to feed thousands along the Grand Strand this Christmas

Volunteers at Saint John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church along the U.S. 17 Bypass in Myrtle Beach have been preparing meals all week long to feed thousands of people this Christmas.

Woman shocked after receiving unexpected holiday surprise

The woman thought she had to give up on the Christmas gift idea for her husband after she was owed money and work, but then a local business called her with a surprise.

Seal washes ashore in Myrtle Beach for second time in three days

For the second time in three days a seal is making home along the Myrtle Beach coasts. Myrtle Beach Police are monitoring a seal washed ashore outside the Island Vista Resort in Myrtle Beach.

Conway organization capitalizing off holiday spending

It’s Friday night in Conway and things are busier than usual. Holiday shoppers are out late. They’ve got the green light to do so.. thanks to a non-profit organization.Conway Downtown Alive is designed to generate economic development and promote the town.“We love Conway on Christmas,” says Eddie

Officers take kids on a shopping spree during Shop with a Cop event

Christmas came early for kids in Marion County as the sheriff’s office held their 3rd annual Shop with a Cop.

  Christmas in the Carolinas: River City Christmas store brings cheer all year long

A gem in downtown Conway brings holiday cheer to the area all year round.

Family pays $12K in layaways in honor of SC Walmart employee

A number of people are going to have a very Merry Christmas thanks to the generosity of one local family who wanted to honor a beloved Surfside Beach Walmart employee.

Horry County Fire Rescue will host Cookies with Santa

Horry County Fire Rescue is helping you get in the Christmas spirit by baking cookies for Santa.

Seal that made a splash on SC’s shore returns to the ocean

A seal that spent more than 12 hours laying on the sand near 30th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach has returned home.

Year in Review: Hurricane Florence flood impacts across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee

One of the biggest stories and weather headlines we covered in 2018 is Hurricane Florence.

Protesters gather to speak against new puppy store

Dozens of protestors gathered Wednesday morning near Surfside Beach to speak out against a new puppy store set to open soon.

Behind the scenes look at Nights of a Thousand Candles

Nights of a Thousand Candles is one of those “must see events” here along the Grand Strand.

Hanukkah: The meaning behind the festival of lights

There’s a healthy Jewish population in the area as well, and this time of year they celebrate Hanukkah, the festival of lights that dates back thousands of years.

Conway firefighters recognized after freeing child from washing machine, paying for a new one

Some Conway firefighters’ heroism and generosity is being rewarded.

Conway City Council forms special committee to oversee building an all inclusive playground

A new playground is in the works in Conway that council members believe is a very unique addition to the area.

Conway couple lights up the night with elaborate Christmas display

A Conway couple is dazzling Christmas light enthusiasts with their elaborate display in front of their home.

Myrtle Beach officers make holidays brighter for some elderly residents

Officers with the Myrtle Beach Police Department spread holiday cheer to some elderly residents this weekend.

Rain adding another obstacle for those rebuilding after Florence

After nearly three straight days of rain showers, Mother Nature isn’t making things much easier on those rebuilding after the flooding from Hurricane Florence.Residents in Conway and Socastee said they get an unsettling feeling when they hear about thunder storms or possible flooding, and rightfull

North Myrtle Beach High students give Christmas joy to 194 elementary students

While many high school students spent their Friday night out enjoying the weekend, some in North Myrtle Beach found themselves at Walmart being selfless.

HCSO’s ‘High-five Friday’ encourages students to finish semester strong

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 hoping to work with DHEC on new maps

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

  Sandy Hook victim’s father remembers daughter in Surfside Beach

The father of a victim of the Sandy Hook mass shooting paid tribute to his late daughter Friday in Surfside Beach.

Bennettsville receives $435,000 grant to clean up neighborhood

The city of Bennettsville received a $435,000 Community Development Block Grant from to the South Carolina Department of Commerce to demolish abandon and dilapidated homes in the Shady Rest community.

Myrtle Beach is looking to establishing historic districts

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.

Coastal Carolina University President DeCenzo to retire in 2021

An announcement has been made by Coastal Carolina University that President David A. DeCenzo intends to retire in 2021.

Football players from across the state help 44 Horry County school students go Christmas shopping

Some of the best stories in sports are the ones that take place off the field.

Emotional support animal draws questions from neighbors in Longs

The Fair Housing Act allows individuals who use assistance animals to apply for accommodation from landlord or local authorities.

Coastal Alliance discusses dune height, beach renourishment during Wednesday meeting

Coastal community leaders met Wednesday to discuss projects they’d like to see come to life, heightening dunes and flood prevention being some of them.

Local group holds meeting to discuss seismic testing and offshore drilling

A local group known as Stop Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic, or SODA, met Wednesday at the Waccamaw library in the Litchfield area to discuss seismic testing and offshore drilling.

This is Carolina: ‘Things like this come and make you stronger:’ Family perseveres after home floods twice

There are thousands of families out there still getting their footing, not just after Hurricane Florence but Matthew too.

Myrtle Beach Police to start digital neighborhood watch

On Tuesday, Myrtle Beach Police presented plans to start a digital neighborhood watch using the RING neighbors app. This new app is free to the department, city, and public.

It’s Your Money: Myrtle Beach paid more than $100,000 for tree maintenance in 2018

Myrtle Beach paid more than $100,000 to Parkman Tree Service for trimming and removing trees in 2018.

Myrtle Beach council one step closer to allowing for a sky-high experience

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.

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The Myrtle Beach Train Depot was transformed Monday night into a wizarding world where muggles need not apply!

Nearly 100 Christmas trees donated to flood victims

It’s been nearly three months since Hurricane Florence made landfall, displacing many families throughout Horry County this holiday season.

Local member of Armed Forces returning home for the holidays

It was a homecoming celebration for one local soldier and his family as he returned home just in time for Christmas.

Boxing legend making a difference along the Grand Strand

James “Bonecrusher” Smith was the first boxer to take Mike Tyson 12 rounds and a 1986 heavyweight champ.

Construction for new Boys and Girls Club continues

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.

Imagine 2040 plan moves forward to County Council

This year, hundreds of residents and community leaders have been working together on a plan for Horry County’s future.

Fundraiser to benefit area veterans during holiday season

Local veterans are getting some help to buy groceries this holiday season thanks to a fundraiser held last month.

Credit unions make donation in honor of ‘Florence7’

The Credit Unions of the Carolinas donated $20,075 to the seven officers involved in the Oct. 3 Vintage Place shooting.