More Videos

Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School 1:30

Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School

Have you seen this missing woman? 0:29

Have you seen this missing woman?

Patients talk addiction and how it's affected their lives 1:29

Patients talk addiction and how it's affected their lives

Front Street Deli | Where the Locals Eat 1:50

Front Street Deli | Where the Locals Eat

Myrtle Beach police responded to shooting along Ocean Boulevard 0:20

Myrtle Beach police responded to shooting along Ocean Boulevard

FBI underage sex trafficking crackdown leads to recovery of 84
minors 1:12

FBI underage sex trafficking crackdown leads to recovery of 84 minors

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston 7:26

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston

Conway star, coach react to All-America honor 0:45

Conway star, coach react to All-America honor

Former Clemson, NFL player Sapp gets to be principal for a day in MB 1:35

Former Clemson, NFL player Sapp gets to be principal for a day in MB

During Hurricane Irma, Delta flight takes off from Puerto Rico 0:28

During Hurricane Irma, Delta flight takes off from Puerto Rico

  • Remembering the Springmaid Pier

    People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes.

People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com
People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com

Those who loved Springmaid Pier now want a piece of it

October 09, 2016 6:47 PM

More Videos

Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School 1:30

Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School

Have you seen this missing woman? 0:29

Have you seen this missing woman?

Patients talk addiction and how it's affected their lives 1:29

Patients talk addiction and how it's affected their lives

Front Street Deli | Where the Locals Eat 1:50

Front Street Deli | Where the Locals Eat

Myrtle Beach police responded to shooting along Ocean Boulevard 0:20

Myrtle Beach police responded to shooting along Ocean Boulevard

FBI underage sex trafficking crackdown leads to recovery of 84
minors 1:12

FBI underage sex trafficking crackdown leads to recovery of 84 minors

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston 7:26

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston

Conway star, coach react to All-America honor 0:45

Conway star, coach react to All-America honor

Former Clemson, NFL player Sapp gets to be principal for a day in MB 1:35

Former Clemson, NFL player Sapp gets to be principal for a day in MB

During Hurricane Irma, Delta flight takes off from Puerto Rico 0:28

During Hurricane Irma, Delta flight takes off from Puerto Rico

  • Milo the Robot Debut at Socastee Elementary School

    Socastee Elementary School debuts "Milo," a humanoid robot that is part of the Robots4Austism pilot program. The program, sponsored by the SC Department of Education hopes to use technology to help teach students on the autism spectrum increased social skills. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.