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A Myrtle Beach man was arrested Monday on four counts of sexual exploitation of minors, according to South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson. Investigators rec…... [Read More]
DESTINATION VACATION: Broadway at the Beach offers a wide array of shopping, restaurants and things to do in the heart of Myrtle Beach. [Read More]
Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you'll find many beach-goers putting their toes in the sand and surfing in the waters of Myrtle Beach. [Read More]
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If you find yourself in Myrtle Beach, you may be looking for a sit-down restaurant, a snack shop or something fun to do after a... [Read More]
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A Pembroke man pleaded guilty Monday to a 1999 aggravated assault in Myrtle Beach, according to the 15th Circuit Solicitor's Office. Steven Wayne Oxendine, 5…... [Read More]
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According to the National Weather Service, an EF-0 Tornado made it's way through Garden City Monday night. The tornado touched down in the 800 block... [Read More]
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers surveyed the severe dune and beach erosion caused by Hurricane Isaias here. Damage can be seen along the city's... [Read More]
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A man and woman have been charged in a Myrtle Beach shooting that left one person injured in June. According to Corporal Tom Vest with... [Read More]
The South Carolina Aquarium will release six Kemp's Ridley sea turtles Wednesday morning, marking its 300th release of rehabilitated turtles. ... [Read More]
Welcome to the new Post and Courier Myrtle Beach, where we are combining the rich history of the Georgetown Times with a new commitment to... [Read More]
As the Post and Courier Myrtle Beach officially launches today, here's a quick look at the seven journalists who will be providing first-class coverage moving... [Read More]
A U.S. district court judge has sided with the city of Myrtle Beach on two claims made against it in a lawsuit surrounding the Atlantic... [Read More]
Local coaches give their thoughts on the upcoming Aug. 10 SCHSL that will decide if fall and spring seasons are flipped. [Read More]
With the coronavirus leading to a shutdown of foreign worker programs and closing training pools, lifeguard agencies across the Grand Strand struggled to get qualified... [Read More]
Hundreds of teachers across Horry and Georgetown counties were thrust into virtual learning due to COVID-19, finding numerous obstacles that included being unable to reach... [Read More]
A Myrtle Beach official is saying the seductive unemployment insurance benefits has kept workers from taking jobs, and it's too early to tell how the... [Read More]
The flooding caused by Isaias at Myrtle Beach was the 3rd highest in the last 40 years – only eclipsed by Hugo and Matthew. Also... [Read More]
Public health officials in the Roanoke Valley say it's no longer necessary for anyone who visits Myrtle Beach to self-quarantine when they return. [Read More]
A district court judge is siding with Myrtle Beach over certain claims in a Bikefest lawsuit filed by the NAACP. The lawsuit, filed in 2018... [Read More]
As tropical storm Isaias turned into a Hurricane Monday night, it brought heavy, wind, and waves to North Myrtle Beach causing extensive damage. The storm... [Read More]
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