I was in a big-box store the other day and noticed for the first time that it was selling personal drones – the latest high-tech innovation that I will never enjoy. The main uses for personal drones seem to be photography and videos – and that raises questions for those who worry about such niceties as civil liberties.
Looking back, it’s difficult to recall the community angst that accompanied the closing of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base in 1993. However, it’s great to see that we’ve pretty much figured out what to do with it.
Mandatory evacuations always seem to make a lot of sense for anyone living in coastal South Carolina, but the same cannot be said for a more populated area like Houston, which is still dealing with the horrific effects of Hurricane Harvey.
One can only wonder at the stories that will be told after our own “Eclipse of the Century,” which will be seen by millions of Americans on Monday as it courses across the entirety of the United States.
A group of 15 amateur golfers, several of them in the S.C. Golf Hall of Fame, recently selected their favorite 18 golf holes in South Carolina, but the list is missing the iconic No. 13 at the Dunes Club, a sneaky mean par 5 that winds around Lake Singleton.
Iowa State coach Steve Prohm and guards Donovan Jackson and Nick Weiler-Babb discuss winning the Puerto Rico Tip-Off at Myrtle Beach and their experience in the Myrtle Beach area during the tournament.
Iowa State discusses its Puerto Rico Tip-Off experience
Timelapse: Carolina Forest Boulevard
Ramon Sessions returns to Racepath, talks crime solutions in Myrtle Beach
Take a look at the new University Fire Rescue Station 23 in Conway