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Myrtle Beach Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for a dangerous hoax known as “swatting,” which occurred Monday night on Green Bay Trail. In this case, a man called police claiming he had shot his wife and was going to kill other people in the home. The report prompted numerous police officers, SWAT and
Jason Rodriguez A benefit for Jay Rodriguez will be held Saturday from 2-7 p.m. at Danny Lee’s Place in Socastee to help raise funds for bills and expenses incurred after a minor injury suffered by the Myrtle Beach local last year turned tragic. The former Sun News reporter and editor, also known in the community for his weekend passion as
Elected officials from Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach are hosting the Horry County Legislative Dinner at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Columbia to discuss issues before the state legislature this session. The city leaders are also participating in the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s Legislative Action Day on Tuesday. Monday night, the Myrtle Beach City Council held a special workshop
Editorial by Audrey Hudson, editor A federal judge last week issued several different ruling in a case brought by the Coastal Conservation League against numerous federal agencies that issued a permit necessary for construction of Interstate 73 to Myrtle Beach. You can read the rulings of U.S. District Judge Bruce H. Hendricks here. The rulings allow the case to move
By State Rep. Russell Fry The 123rd General Assembly convened in earnest last week in Columbia and I am excited and optimistic about this year! I work hard every single day for the South Strand and am continually humbled by the faith you put in me. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. Overview of the week: We have