More than 275 people attended discussion at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church
Officials say human trafficking happens in Myrtle Beach area, too
First trial under new state law scheduled to begin this fall
In 1990, Tami Floyd Fogleman was pregnant with her son when she began volunteering with a relatively new outreach program in Myrtle Beach called Look Good Feel Better, a program for women undergoing cancer treatment.
Around the time South Carolina’s top prosecutor announced a plan to combat human trafficking, local authorities rescued a female victim.
The Myrtle Beach football team opened the season as the No. 1 squadprogram in Class AAA.
Forget the Big Mac attack. Now is the time of the snack attack.
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Lots of movies this fall from books, true stories
Include “Everest,” “Steve Jobs,” “A Walk in the Woods”
Blockbusters expected in “Spectre,” final “Hunger Games”