Gabe Davis, a nine-year-old boy from Cleveland, threw out the first pitch at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball game June 22. Davis was born with a condition that affected his legs, but that's not stopping him from enjoying his favorite sport.
Spring has arrived in Myrtle Beach, and with it a brand new flock to chase the coveted Mills Cup trophy, a feat the Pelicans have accomplished twice in a row now. Check out sights and sounds from the 2017 Myrtle Beach Pelicans Media Day.
Pulte Homes surprised wounded Army veteran Staff Sgt. Shawn Whitmore and his family at Thursday's Myrtle Beach Pelicans game with the announcement that they have been selected to receive a mortgage-free home in the Pulte Homes Berkshire Forest community. The home is being built as part of PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program, which donates mortgage-free homes to wounded veterans and their families across the country. The project is in partnership with Operation FINALLY HOME.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans handed the Wilmington Blue Rocks their 11th straight loss old-school style with their first-ever 'Old School Hip Hop Night', hosted by Biz Markie, an event that brought out the MC in all of us.
Mocha the Mountain Lion lived in Socastee for 20 years after her owner, Chuck Bunnell, took ownership of her when she was young. Mocha lived to be about 19 years old before her recent death from old age. Bunnell plans to have her cremated.
Gary Wayne Bennett, convicted of murder in 2002, has been fighting his conviction, and legal parties on the case gathered Friday to discuss issues related to the case. The court ruled DNA testing will be done.