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Past articles by Zach:

Postal Way extension within weeks of opening in Carolina Forest

The commute through Carolina Forest is about to get a major upgrade. → Read More

Myrtle Beach property taxes set to increase as part of $292 million proposed budget

With the fiscal year set to begin July 1st, the Myrtle Beach city council is voting on a budget nearing the $300 million range. That budget would cover more downtown development and add more public safety positions to keep people safe, but also cost taxpayers a little extra. → Read More

Myrtle Beach parking fees could go up to $3 per hour in downtown

Finding a parking spot on a sunny summer day in myrtle beach may soon only be half the battle. Myrtle Beach city council is considering raising the cost at meters and city-owned parking lots. → Read More

Enterprise Road bridge repair work on track to be completed by late June

The Socastee community has spent the last five months divided, but the two sides may be reunited soon. → Read More

Gas prices hit record highs as Myrtle Beach Spring Bike Rally revs up

Thousands of bikers are set to fill the Grand Strand for the final weekend of the Spring Bike Rally. → Read More

Taking off for new heights: EdVenture Children’s Museum set to open new Myrtle Beach location

The museum aims to take a fun approach to give kids a glimpse into their futures. → Read More

Ocean Rescue gears up for some season after recording 6,000 safety interactions last year

From saving lives to giving out simple directions, Myrtle Beach Fire Department’s Ocean Rescue team helped 6,000 people last year. As it prepares for another round of it this summer, the crews are loading an extra piece of gear into the trucks. → Read More

35-mile ‘Rail Trail’ in the works to connect Myrtle Beach to Aynor

Horry County doesn’t have a dedicated pot of money for trails. It’ll take people speaking up and saying this is something they want to start budgeting for this plan to actually happen. → Read More

Downtown Myrtle Beach businesses voice support for new improvement tax

A new tax could be on the way for downtown businesses in Myrtle Beach, but it could pay off for those businesses in the long run. → Read More

‘It’s scary’: Neighbors living in Perry Place community fight plan for new homes

Neighbors living in one Horry County neighborhood are coming together to speak out against a project that could impact their quality of life. A plan to bring more than two dozen new homes to the Perry Place community has folks who live there worried what it could mean for the flooding issues that already exist. → Read More

New traffic light, exit lanes coming to entrance of Carolina Forest High School

After years of public outcry, changes are coming for one of Carolina Forest’s most infamous intersections. → Read More

Myrtle Beach pursues grant for new emergency mass communication system

Myrtle Beach city leaders are working on a new way to alert you to not only major emergencies but also to minor dilemmas, like boil water advisories. → Read More

Convenience store zoning issues proves to be ‘inconvenient’ for expanding health care in Conway

Health Care Partners of South Carolina is ready to expand health care options into downtown Conway, but one store is standing in the way. → Read More

Solar power to fuel Bucksville’s economy, give HGTC students hands-on experience

The Horry County Council approved plans for a new solar farm along Highway 701 Tuesday night. → Read More

Conway leaders look at offering unprecedented incentives to attract hotels

Providing more places for your loved ones to stay while they are in town, Conway city leaders want to see more hotels open up in the River City. → Read More

Florence Police take emotional damage into consideration for those who witness violence

Florence Police are renewing their commitment to mental health after two children were present during a fatal gunfight Tuesday. → Read More

One year after North Myrtle Beach crackdown, Horry County considers firework-free zones

North Myrtle Beach Police have stopped holding back when it comes to fireworks violations. → Read More

‘Roll out the landing gear’: MYR expansion underway

Myrtle Beach International is “Now Boarding” the future. → Read More

Horry County Fire Rescue graduates largest class of firefighters, EMTs in state history

The department saw 74,000 calls in 2021, more than any other year before it. → Read More

After more than a year of debate, new homes could be on the way for Gardner Lacy Road

The view when driving along part of Gardner Lacy Road may turn from trees to houses soon. → Read More