Fire crews responded to a warehouse blaze in Garden City Beach Monday afternoon. Authorities said the official cause has not been released yet, but was likely an accidental fire that started in a warehouse unit where workers were repairing boating equipment that contained gasoline.
An Horry County woman is in court this week challenging a murder charge in the shooting death of her husband under the state’s Stand Your Ground law. Prosecutors say that law doesn’t apply to those living in the same residence.
A pair of new tournaments that have incorporated female players into the events surrounding the 18-year National Father & Son Team Classic have been slow to gain popularity, but organizers are sticking with plans to make them a permanent part of the annual Father-Son event.
Bernie Silverman has been a bus rider for 25 years and a Coast RTA board member since 2008. On Tuesday, he takes his final trip to Myrtle Beach as the board chairman. He'll stay on the board for a while, but he won't be at the head of the table. Silverman said his accomplishments include making sure each bus has a destination sign and having a display of bus information at the Myrtle Beach transfer station off Mr. Joe White Avenue.
Norman the Scooter Dog makes an appearance at North Myrtle Beach's Petco for Natural Balance Pet Foods. The French sheepdog has been on numerous television shows and holds a Guinness World Record for being fastest on his scooter.
Barbara Crady Whitley hosts cooking classes for children Crady's Eclectic Cuisine in Conway, S.C., where the youth made and decorated sugar cookies. Classes are ongoing with the next on Quick Breads to be held Tuesday, July 28th from 4-5:30pm and cost $40 per child.
If you are looking for a travel guide to good eating along the coast of North Carolina, consider “Chefs of the Coast: Restaurants and Recipes from the North Carolina Coast” by John E. Batchelor. This book is the third in a series on eating in the Tarheel State – mountain region, Piedmont and now the coast.
Have you ever seen and read such vitriol as in the past couple of weeks? Holy cow! I couldn’t suppress a chuckle at the truth of a cartoon I saw, showing a recent, current “feed” of what was trending on Facebook: