Myrtle Beach could force sale of two superblock properties

Two properties on the downtown superblock could be subject to eminent domain as Myrtle Beach works to advance a library and museum complex. Photographer Jack Thompson’s gallery, at 503 Ninth Ave. North, and House Parts LLC, a home fixture store at 801 N. Kings Hwy, each could be subject to a forced sale if city council votes to authorize the move in its Tuesday meeting.

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach area

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center, the North Myrtle Beach Jail, and the Georgetown County Detention Center. These mug shots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the mug shot for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Unflappable Jackson’s 33 points propel Green Sea Floyds into state final

Once enjoying a 13-point lead, Tracy Kienast’s Green Sea Floyds squad found itself on the wrong end of a 19-0 run, allowing Region VI-A foe East Clarendon to seize control of Saturday’s Class A girls final. Under most circumstances, coaches tend to fret and players panic. Instead, the Trojans’ star player took over.

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Green Sea Floyds girls headed to state title game

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Rabbi Avi Perets discusses safety after temple targeted by alleged white supremacist

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Group gathers for last Saturday of free beach access parking on Golden Mile