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Kristin Nelson

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Recent articles by Kristin:

Surge in COVID-19 cases forces Grand Strand municipalities to make changes to services

The recent uptick in COVID-19 cases across the Grand Strand has forced county and city offices to make changes to their services. → Read More

Proposal to bring axe-throwing business to Myrtle Beach moves forward

The first axe-throwing business in the city of Myrtle Beach could become a reality soon. → Read More

Former Horry County deputy coroner accused of murder answers wrongful death suit

A former deputy coroner accused in the murder of a missing man has answered a wrongful death lawsuit that has been filed against him. → Read More

Documents: Solicitor seeks to temporarily close Loris area nightclub following 3 murders at location

Documents have been filed in an attempt to temporarily close a “makeshift” nightclub where authorities said three murders took place. → Read More

Myrtle Beach police investigate third robbery in two days; no arrests made

The Myrtle Beach Police Department is investigating its third robbery in just two days in the city limits. → Read More

WATCH: Humpback whale spotted in North Myrtle Beach slapping tail against water

One woman had a unique sighting in North Myrtle Beach on Christmas Eve, and no it wasn’t Santa’s sleigh. → Read More

Student stabbed another student with scissors during fight at Robeson Co. high school, officials say

A disagreement between two students at a Robeson County high school escalated into a stabbing on campus, according to the school district. → Read More

Myrtle Beach City Council unanimously passes resolution to commit millions to I-73

The Myrtle Beach City Council has taken an important step in support of bringing I-73 to the Grand Strand. → Read More

Coral Sands motel owner files appeal against city of Myrtle Beach’s demolition order

The owner of an embattled Myrtle Beach motel is fighting to keep it from being knocked down. → Read More

Lead defendant pleads guilty in major federal drug trafficking investigation in Myrtle Beach

A major player in a suspected drug trafficking ring that operated out of Myrtle Beach and Kingstree has pleaded guilty in the case. → Read More

Two firefighters in Robeson County charged with DWI while responding to fire

Two firefighters in Robeson County are accused of driving while intoxicated as they were responding to a fire. → Read More

Myrtle Beach police charge owner of dog in deadly attack that killed Pomeranian, another dog

One person has been arrested and warrants have been taken out on another in connection to a deadly dog attack in Myrtle Beach. → Read More

‘Why would he take a gun to school?’: Parents concerned after student brings gun to Lumberton elementary school

The school district said the 8-year-old was on the playground at Knuckles Elementary School and showed another student the gun. → Read More

8-year-old brings gun to Lumberton elementary school, school district confirms

An investigation is underway after a second-grade student brought a gun onto an elementary school campus, according to the Public Schools of Robeson County. → Read More

Former Horry County councilman takes top spot for ‘Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award’

A former Horry County councilman was recognized on Monday for all that he has done for the city of Loris. → Read More

Former altar boy files lawsuit claiming sexual abuse involving Myrtle Beach priest

A lawsuit has been filed against the Diocese of Charleston claiming that it failed to “police their priests.” → Read More

Angel Tree

For the 42nd year, the Salvation Army has launched its Angel Tree program to make sure families in need have a great holiday season. → Read More

State board suspends educator certificate for HCS teacher accused in deadly DUI crash

The South Carolina State Board of Education has suspended a Horry County teacher’s educator certificate after he was accused of causing a deadly crash while under the influence. → Read More

Salvation Army Angel Tree program: How it works

The Salvation Army’s “Hope Marches On” campaign is in full swing and wants to help families in need during the holiday season. → Read More

Gas analysts predict slight drop in prices at S.C. pumps after weeks of increases

AAA reports that the average gas price in the Palmetto State is at $3.18/gallon. → Read More