December 22, 2016 by Sarah
November 16, 2016 by James
Residents of Horry County, which includes Myrtle Beach, approved a ballot referendum known as “RIDE III” by a large margin, according to an article in Myrtle Beach Online.
The measure will [Read more]
October 25, 2016 by Sarah
Nat and Peggy Campbell, who stay in Myrtle Beach for a month every year, went beach combing the day after Hurricane Matthew. Although they hoped to find sharks’ teeth, what they did find astonished them.
Aquarist Brady Stoever at Ripley’s Aquarium took a [Read more]
September 17, 2016 by Mark
On September 10, Magnolia, a loggerhead sea turtle weighing 200lb, was able to return to the sea.
She had been at [Read more]
August 20, 2016 by Max
Students enrolled in the International Culinary Institute at Horry georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach may soon be [Read more]
July 19, 2016 by Max
An upcoming hearing will determine if a local park owner will be able to sell memorabilia items without constantly needing to [Read more]
June 27, 2016 by James
Shark Wake Park, the first continuous wakeboarding park in Florida, opened June 17, 2016, in Myrtle Beach, according to an article in Myrtle Beach Online. Greg Norman Jr. founded the park, which is located in [Read more]
May 28, 2016 by Mark
Executive HeliJet, which current operates at the Myrtle Beach International Airport as well as the North Myrtle Beach Airport, has [Read more]
April 12, 2016 by Lisa
A new memorial was unveiled in Myrtle Beach at Warbird Park on April 8.
The memorial honors the members of [Read more]
March 29, 2016 by Lisa
Racepath Community Centre has found a parcel of land just a few doors from the current location, where he wants to build a new, larger center with space for parking.
The venue, located just off Grissom Parkway and U.S. 501 in Myrtle Beach, offers summer camps and after-school care on weekdays. All children in the community are eligible, with many coming from low-income families who are unable to afford childcare. The summer camps provide field trips, educational activities, snacks, and two hot meals to the participants.
The programs have been run for 37 years by the Reverend William Gause, who says the center has been blessed to have many supporters, but its needs overshadow its small budget, especially as he has actively been looking for a larger space. The current center is housed in a single-wide trailer.
He says the owners of the new property are willing to sell, but Racepath now needs to raise the money. Gause plans to hold fundraisers soon, and wants to have the new center open every day, adding computer classes, health classes, and senior activities to its current programs. Even if the center does not move, Gause is determined to open a food bank to help the needy.
Reverend Gause could start his fundraising efforts by working with a postcard printing company to devise a card for residents, describing the center’s plans and asking for support.