Local

February 5, 2013 5:00 PM

Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Feb. 6

George Graves, a Vietnam War veteran, will sign copies of his book “A Soldier’s Journey” on two days through Thursday. Details at 237-9929, or reach the cafe at 232-8387.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Police chase truck the wrong way on I-95 in Florence County area 0:51

Police chase truck the wrong way on I-95 in Florence County area

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

Patients talk addiction and how it's affected their lives

Mother and boyfriend arrested in disappearance of missing 11-month-old baby 1:02

Mother and boyfriend arrested in disappearance of missing 11-month-old baby

Conway police ask for public's help to find bank robbery, homicide suspect 1:38

Conway police ask for public's help to find bank robbery, homicide suspect

Coastal Carolina reacts to tough loss to Western Illinois 1:01

Coastal Carolina reacts to tough loss to Western Illinois

Check out some of the Grand Strand's hardest hit areas from Hurricane Irma Monday 1:25

Check out some of the Grand Strand's hardest hit areas from Hurricane Irma Monday

Police suspect foul play in disappearance of 11-month-old baby 0:46

Police suspect foul play in disappearance of 11-month-old baby

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

During Hurricane Irma, Delta flight takes off from Puerto Rico

Flooded roads near Pawleys Island 0:15

Flooded roads near Pawleys Island

Josh Kendall: The good news, bad news from USC's 3-1 start 2:15

Josh Kendall: The good news, bad news from USC's 3-1 start

  • Couple accused of homicide in missing baby case appear in court

    Ladasha Harriett, 19, and her 22-year-old boyfriend, Daquan Simmons are charged with homicide by child abuse in the case of Harriett's 11-month-old child who was reported missing since July. The two appeared for a bond hearing Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, via video conference in a Myrtle Beach court. Judge Glenn Ohanesian was unable to set bond due to the classification of the charge filed against them. Bond will be decided by a circuit court on a later date.