Sina Gebre-Ab, WBTW News 13

Sina Gebre-Ab

WBTW News 13

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Past articles by Sina:

North Myrtle Beach funds new marketing campaign to help businesses recoup losses from storm

Its been almost a month since Hurricane Florence hit the Grand Strand but local businesses are still feeling the impact of the storm. → Read More

Georgetown steel mill re-opens after almost three years

The Georgetown steel mill is officially open and operating, after being shuttered for almost three years. → Read More

North Myrtle Beach police see increase in underage drinking

Many students are celebrating graduation across the Grand Strand this week, and that's landing some teens in jail. → Read More

37th Little River Blue Crab Festival draws thousands despite rain

Thousands of people gathered by the Little River Historic Waterfront for the World Famous Blue Crab Festival. → Read More

Conway Ford helps Blue Star Mothers collect times for care packages

The rainy weather didn't stop community members from supporting troops overseas. → Read More

Community members hold gala to help preserve Ingram Dunes

Community members are doing their part to preserve the historic Ingram Dunes in North Myrtle Beach. → Read More

Conway police cracking down on speeding in downtown area

Drivers may want to watch their speed the next time they're driving through Downtown Conway. → Read More

Volunteer firefighter with cerebral palsy receives special surprise from bikers

A volunteer firefighter who's touched the hearts of many in the Grand Strand received a special surprise on Sunday. → Read More

Softball tournament raises money for women recovering from addiction

Community members competed in a softball tournament to raise money for local women struggling with addiction. → Read More

Little Free Library opens on Racepath Avenue in Conway

Children in one Conway neighborhood won't have to go far to find a book to read. → Read More

Horry County Sheriff's Office applying for grant to hire more victims advocates

The Horry County Sheriff's Office will apply for a grant to hire more victims advocates. → Read More

Scotty's Beach Bar helps raise money for veterans in need

Community members gathered for a beach bash to support local veterans in need. → Read More

Myrtle Beach Mayor, City Council walk for American Heart Association

The Mayor of Myrtle Beach invited the community to walk through the city with her to promote heart health on Sunday. → Read More

Wheel to Surf helps people with disabilities ride the waves

A local nonprofit made it possible for people who are wheelchair bound to ride the waves, through adaptive surfing. → Read More

Hundreds gather for annual community blessing in Murrells Inlet

Hundreds of people gathered by the water to celebrate Murrells Inlet and a blessing of the community. → Read More

J. Reuben Long allows inmates to take GED test inside the jail

J. Reuben Long Detention Center now allows inmates to earn their GED while serving time. → Read More

Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show opening day draws almost 70,000

After days of preparation, the Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show officially begun on Saturday. → Read More

Vendors, crowd fill Dick Pond Road for Socastee Heritage Festival

Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the Socastee community and its history on Saturday. → Read More

Hundreds compete in 10th annual Dragon Boat Festival

Thousands of people gathered to watch dragon boats race down the lake in Market Common in support of Ground Zero. → Read More

Dogs do yoga with owners to help abandoned animals in Puerto Rico

Dogs learned to embrace their inner zen, with their owners, to help animals in need of a home. → Read More