Hundreds gathered, socially distanced and masked, to watch Horry-Georgetown Technical College's class of 2020 walk the stage and hear a message from South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center Tuesday afternoon.
The 2020 Post and Courier Myrtle Beach & Georgetown Times voter guide looked to capture what key issues candidates would ideally like to accomplish if elected.
Horry County Schools Board of Education will only have one contested seat on the ballot, though other candidates are running unopposed.
The Andrews High School varsity football team has been forced to cancel its Friday game at Waccamaw due to a positive COVID-19 test with a player that has put the entire team and coaching staff into quarantine.
With the U.S. having the worst single-day rise in cases since COVID-19 began and the community of North Myrtle Beach reeling from a potential superspreader event along Main Street, all eyes were on the North Myrtle Beach High football game Friday night.
Horry County is the state leader in approved mass events by the Department of Commerce, but what happens after the rubber stamp? Who is left to monitor whether the events are following protocols? That answer is a bit more convoluted.
Myrtle Beach film producer Ralph McCloud has released an inspirational psychological thriller that was shot on the Grand Strand.
Socastee High School senior Dawson Bell created artwork that was selected to be displayed in the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. for a year.
Candidates are vying for four contested seats on the Georgetown County School District Board of Education as Election Day is nearly two weeks away.
Alyssa Dayvault’s day of reckoning would not be delayed, even if she chose to remain on the lam, something she ended by turning herself in, more than 24 hours after being convicted of two murders.
After one and a half days of jury selection, the retrial of Gary Wayne Bennett, charged in connection with the May 23, 2000 death of Eva Marie Martin, began Tuesday afternoon with opening statements and testimony from the state’s first four called witnesses.
Judge William H. Seals, Jr. decided to rule with Horry County regarding its county plan on Tuesday night, with Myrtle Beach receiving the lion’s share of funds.
CONWAY — Horry County Schools Board of Education voted in favor of permanently implementing hybrid instruction until it is safe for students to return to schools in person five days per week.
The retrial of Gary Wayne Bennett, charged in connection with the 2000 death of Eva Marie Martin, will begin tomorrow in a Horry County courtroom.
Horry County Schools released an extensive timeline of the what occurred last week — which has led to both football teams now being in mandatory quarantine.
The entire St. James High School junior varsity football team has been placed in quarantine after two individuals tested positive for COVID-19.
CONWAY — Alyssa Dayvault, the North Myrtle Beach woman convicted Thursday on two charges of child homicide by child abuse, turned herself in to North Myrtle Beach authorities Friday afternoon, according to the Horry County Sheriff's Office.
As teachers and parents continue to reach out to elected leaders about their concerns with Horry County Schools continuing with brick-and-mortar instruction despite the county experiencing a significant rise in COVID-19 cases, the distance between the two ideologies continues to rise — and quickly.
Though Georgetown County is still considered high spread for the coronavirus, Georgetown County School District will remain in the hybrid phase of instruction.
A second man has died as a result of an early morning shooting at Allen’s Food Market, while the Myrtle Beach Police Department announced one arrest had been made late Thursday night.
Horry County Schools students will continue going to school two days week though the county remains a high spread for the coronavirus.
The jury in the Alyssa Dayvault multi-homicide trial reached a verdict Thursday afternoon, but the decision was not made public because Dayvault is still nowhere to be found, according to the 15th Circuit Solicitor's Office.
A member on the Board of Voter Registration and Elections for Georgetown County is suing a fellow board member for $2 million, according to a lawsuit filed Oct. 5.
MYRTLE BEACH — A woman, hand over her heart, couldn’t stop waving her American flag to every car that passed by while she waited for the hearse to make its way down U.S. 501 in Conway on Friday afternoon.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Alyssa Dayvault after she failed to show for the start of her trial Monday, according to the 15th Circuit Solicitor's Office.
Tensions are growing between school district leaders from both Horry and Georgetown counties and the teachers and families they represent, with COVID-19 protocols at the heart of the issue — creating trust issues for many as both districts chose to not immediately follow their own back-to-school plans with the recent rise of the coronavirus in both counties.
As more transparency is demanded by parents and teachers, both Horry and Georgetown counties are taking different approaches to providing data about active COVID-19 cases in schools.
Another week of Friday Night Lights — and some schools seemingly learned some lessons from Week 2 and showed improvement in dealing with health protocols surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
MYRTLE BEACH — One person is dead and several others are injured after an early Monday morning shooting in the 1000 block of Highway 501 and Canal Street, according to the Myrtle Beach Police Department.
CONWAY — Severe weather — with early indications of a potential tornado — touched down near north Conway on Sunday afternoon, causing damage to a home at 2914 Oak St.
A 27-year-old male from Murrells Inlet died as a result of injuries sustained in a single boating accident Saturday afternoon on the Intracoastal Waterway, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Patty Bellamy.
Horry County is enduring a sustained rise in COVID-19 cases, with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reporting 116 confirmed cases on Saturday — the highest single-day total since July 24.
A woman, hand over her heart, couldn’t stop waving her American flag to every car that passed by while she waited for the hearse to make its way down U.S. 501 in Conway on Friday afternoon.
Bhagavan “Doc” Antle, owner of Myrtle Beach Safari and founder of The Institute for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S.), has been indicted on animal cruelty and wildlife trafficking in Virginia, the state’s attorney general announced on Friday.
Horry County Schools’ facility committee recently discussed preliminary plans to spend more than $275 million on new schools and other projects to address growth in the county.
MYRTLE BEACH — With 89 additional confirmed cases in Horry County announced by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Thursday — the highest number of daily cases reported in 70 days — the county has moved into “high recent disease activity,” according to DHEC.
More than 200 people joined together for a somber candlelight vigil at the St. James Catholic Church on Wednesday night to honor the life of the late Jacob Hancher, the Myrtle Beach Police Department officer who died in the line of duty on Saturday night.
For the first time in 69 days — and for only the third time in 75 days — the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported more than 80 new COVID-19 cases in Horry County, with 86 confirmed cases announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Alyssa Dayvault, the North Myrtle Beach woman accused of giving birth to two newborn babies on separate occasions and disposing of them in the trash, is scheduled to go on trial the week of October 12.
For the fourth consecutive day, Horry County saw a rise in confirmed COVID-19 cases, with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reporting 62 new cases on Tuesday afternoon.
Horry County Schools unveiled a new COVID-19 dashboard during Monday's board of education meeting. The district also announced plans to spend millions on plexiglass installments across all schools.
For the first time in more than 30 days, Horry County exceeded 60 new daily COVID-19 positive cases, with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reporting 61 confirmed cases on Monday afternoon.