Rolling In and Rebuilding the Matt Hughes Skatepark

Twenty years ago in Myrtle Beach, skateboarders shredded across parking lots, grinded car stoppers and curbs, and slid along the city streets. Local businesses were vocal with complaints, and in 1997, Mayor Mark McBride met with a group of local skaters to discuss the state of skateboarding in the city.

Man tells police he was holding onto heroin, crack, firearm for his cousin

Myrtle Beach police seized 11 grams of narcotics and a loaded handgun from a man in a vehicle that officers say caught their attention when it passed them “emanating an odor of marijuana.” But the man told police most of the drugs, including marijuana, heroin and crack cocaine, and the gun belonged to someone else. Officers followed the black Chrysler 200 and stopped the car at the corner of Futrell Drive and Spivey Avenue shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday.

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Evolution of a Game: Arnold Palmer

In 2012, Bill Pennington talks to Arnold Palmer and his grandson Sam Saunders about golf club technology.
New York Times
Evolution of a Game: Arnold Palmer 2:44

Evolution of a Game: Arnold Palmer

SC mothers speak against gun violence after losing sons 1:03

SC mothers speak against gun violence after losing sons

Rory McIlroy talks about winning the FedExCup 2:43

Rory McIlroy talks about winning the FedExCup

Coastal Carolina claims 41-21 win over Furman 1:01

Coastal Carolina claims 41-21 win over Furman