Holiday closings

07/02/2014 12:00 AM

07/01/2014 4:38 PM

The following agencies will be closed on Friday the Fourth of July for Independence Day

TOWN HALLS, S.C.

AndrewsAynorBriarcliffe AcresConwayGeorgetown LorisMyrtle BeachNorth Myrtle BeachSurfside Beach

TOWN HALLS, N.C.

Brunswick CountyCalabashCarolina ShoresHolden Beach Ocean Isle BeachSunset Beach

GOVERNMENT OFFICES

Brunswick County Georgetown County Horry County

POSTAL SERVICES

All branches

BANKS

Anderson Brothers BankBBTBank of AmericaBNC BankCarolina BankCarolina Trust Federal Credit UnionCoastal Carolina National BankConway National BankCrescom BankFirst Citizens BankFirst Federal Savings and LoanFirst Palmetto BankHorry County State BankNBSCPalmetto Heritage Bank and TrustPNC BankPeople’s Community BankSandhills BankSouth Atlantic BankSC Bank and TrustTD BankTidelandsWells Fargo

LIBRARIES

Brunswick Southport, N.C. | closed Friday and Saturday; Harper Library closed Thursday and FridayChapinGeorgetown County branchesHorry County

UTILITIES

Conway WaterGrand Strand Water and SewerHorry ElectricLittle River WaterSantee CooperS.C. Electric and GasHTC | Coastal Grand mall open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; all other locations closed

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES

Coastal Carolina UniversityHorry Georgetown Technical CollegeMiller-Motte College

OTHER SERVICES

Coast RTA | administrative offices will be closedHorry County Council on AgingHorry County Disabilities and Special NeedsJ. Bryan Floyd Community CenterNorth Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center South Carolina Department of Motor VehiclesWaccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc. and its programs, Head Start, Early Head Start, Weatherization, and Community Services for Horry, Georgetown, and Williamsburg counties

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