Weather officials said Thursday Tropical Storm Erika, swirling in the Caribbean near Puerto Rico, would likely strengthen to a hurricane, but Friday morning forecasters said the storm will likely stay a tropical storm, and that it could still bring heavy rain and tornadoes to the Grand Strand next week.
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A funny thing happened while the world financial markets shuddered in panic this week. A range of indicators about the U.S. economy, the world’s largest, showed a recovery that’s continuing to gain steam.
Horry County residents travel to Georgetown to protest the delays in paving International Drive in front of the Coastal Conservation League on Front Street, and in front of the office of Amy Armstrong, Executive Director of the South Carolina Environmental Law Project.