The State Law Enforcement Division released a statement Friday identifying the people involved in a shooting a day earlier, where police shot and injured a man when officers tried to serve a search warrant and arrest warrants.
A controversial gate blocking traffic along Hunters Trail between The Legacy at Hunters Ridge and The Plantation subdivisions will be locked as of Sunday, topping off years of bickering between its residents about accessibility and speed of traffic.
The Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center moved to it’s new location on Friday. Volunteers that worked for months to prepare the new center off Hwy 57 joined in celebration of “The Hutton House” named for the late Dennis Hutton, Calabash, N.C., who was a veteran, supporter of the center, and board member.
See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and the North Myrtle Beach Jail.
It was a battle befitting a pair of Big South Conference frontrunners, going back and forth until visiting Radford scored the game's final run in the top of the ninth on a wild pitch for a 4-3 win over Coastal Carolina on Friday at Springs-Brooks Stadium.
Jordan Spieth was the heralded player entering the 47th RBC Heritage as the defending Masters champion, and showed he was worthy of the attention and large gallery that followed him Friday morning with a 9-under-par 62 that was one shot off the tournament record.
The Horry County Airport in Conway held an open house today to showcase ten newly constructed "T-Hangars" that have already been rented, and other renovations to the facility. The public was invited to tour the facilities, meet tenants and look at the airplanes on display.
Coastal Carolina alumnus and Murrells Inlet resident Zack Byrd qualified for PGA Tour Canada on Friday, shooting a final-round 6-under-par 66 to tie for ninth in a qualifying tournament in Winter Garden, Fla.
Kris Bryant absorbed the sights and smells and sounds of Wrigley Field. He cherished playing in front of 30,000 charged-up fans. He appreciated all the family members and friends who turned out for his big league debut.
While others have wondered what to do in the face of disturbing high-profile incidents, such as police shootings and other kinds of violence that create national headlines, one Myrtle Beach area community activist keeps trying to improve his neighborhood.
A CEO, Dan Price, shows what most sane people have known for awhile now, that there’s no reason for a top executive to make more than 300 times as much as the average worker. And he is cutting his own salary to prove it.