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Past articles by Jessica:

Family, friends to say a final farewell for victim of I-95 road rage shooting

A community will gather Friday night to pay their final respects to the victim of a road rage shooting along Interstate 95 in Robeson County. → Read More

Ribbon cutting scheduled for new Myrtle Beach Boardwalk mural

A new mural along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk continues to come to life. → Read More

Work underway on new mural along Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

A splash of color is coming to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk! → Read More

Chief: Crime in Myrtle Beach sees double-digit decrease for third straight year

Crime in Myrtle Beach continued its downward trend in 2020. → Read More

S.C. ‘days or weeks away’ from making COVID-19 vaccine available to those 65+, interim DHEC director says

The acting director of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control said Tuesday the state will soon be able to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to those aged 65 and older. → Read More

Myrtle Beach leaders look to postpone festival planned for January due to COVID-19

Myrtle Beach City leaders want to put a festival scheduled for later this month on hold. → Read More

Florence County election officials vote to outsource mailing of absentee ballots

The Florence County Election Commission will outsource the mailing of absentee ballots to area residents, election officials said. → Read More

DSS offering temporary certifications to meet childcare needs during e-learning

When many students start the school year working from home, some could go without adult supervision. The Department of Social Services developed a way to help those families. → Read More

HCS continues to finalize teaching assignments, district officials say

Despite continued uncertainty over how the 2020-2021 school year will begin, Horry County teachers returned to work Thursday for the first Teacher Work and Staff Development Day. → Read More

Couple cited after refusing to wear masks at Surfside Beach restaurant

Two people were cited for violating Gov. Henry McMaster’s executive order requiring face masks inside all South Carolina restaurants. → Read More

Plans for new Horry County recreation centers hit another hurdle

The future of two new recreation centers in Horry County are at risk due to financial strains associated with COVID-19, according to a county document. → Read More

One person killed in crash on Highway 905 involving dump truck, authorities say

One person was killed in a crash Friday morning on Highway 905, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol. → Read More

Horry County approves ordinance to roll out opening plan without extending localized state of emergency

The Horry County Council passed an ordinance to allow the county administrator to roll out an opening plan without extending a state of emergency for the county. → Read More

Damage reported after severe storms move through Grand Strand, Pee Dee

There are several reports of both trees and power lines down across the region as severe weather marches across the area. → Read More

HCFR urges public not to visit stations to inquire about COVID-19 testing

Horry County Fire Rescue is reminding the public about the resources available over the phone to field COVID - 19 questions. → Read More

One Myrtle Beach community adopts over 150 angels in Angel Tree program

Giving is a holiday tradition for one Myrtle Beach community. → Read More

Forever Family: Teen running out of time to find his ‘Forever Family’

Nearly 100 children in South Carolina's foster care system are between the age of 10 and 17 and are at risk of aging out of the system. → Read More

Forever Family: Brothers separated in foster care hope to live under one roof

Two energetic brothers, separated in South Carolina’s foster care system, are looking for a chance to live under the same roof with their forever family. → Read More

Caroline True Crime: One dies in crime spree through the Carolinas

On Aug. 15, 2018, a crime spree started in Horry County, at a place many visit every day, and extended into North Carolina. → Read More

Pro-Trump hats worn by students blurred in high school yearbook

Jeremy Gebhart’s photo was blurred out of his high school yearbook. The school district said it was a mistake. → Read More