Rotary Club makes financial gift at gala

Rotary Club makes financial gift at gala

The 9th Annual Wigs for Cancer Gala, hosted by Marlisa Small, was held last Saturday at the Hilton on Beach Club Drive in Myrtle Beach.  Five hundred people were in...
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Purses with Purpose charity event is set

Purses with Purpose charity event is set

GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club will once again host an evening to benefit local charities on Thursday, April 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the Marina Inn Grande Dunes.  The...
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Martin is employee of month

Martin is employee of month

During the Monday, Feb. 17, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Parks & Recreation General Concessions Manager Steven Martin was named Employee of the Month for February for his contributions...
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Great detective work leads to resolution of a 1996 homicide case in the city

Great detective work leads to resolution of a 1996 homicide case in the city

On June 2, 1996, 23-year-old Shawn Marie Neal was found deceased in a condominium at 3217 South Ocean Boulevard in North Myrtle Beach. An indepth investigation was undertaken by the...
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Chatterbox

Lenton YATES sending “hello” to a very, very longtime customer of Hoskins on opening day last Thursday...Charlene and Dan LYNAM taking a long weekend trip to celebrate their very special...
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Chiefs boys, girls varsity basketball teams in state playoff games this week

The North Myrtle Beach boys and girls basketball teams both won their final region games last week and start 6AAAA playoffs this week. Both teams travelled to Marlboro County for...
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Chiefs wrestlers beat Beaufort to get to Lower State game but lose to Hartsville to end season

Chiefs wrestlers beat Beaufort to get to Lower State game but lose to Hartsville to end season

By John Smithson The North Myrtle Beach High School wrestling team beat visiting Beaufort last Monday 42-31 to earn a berth in the Lower State Championship match but then lost...
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Chiefs baseball coach Alderson gets ready for another 6AAAA season

Chiefs baseball coach Alderson gets ready for another 6AAAA season

North Myrtle BeachHigh School varsity baseball coach Brian Alderson is spending his February afternoons after classes at the Chiefs baseball field, going through the paces with his players before the...
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Town Talk…

DMA Sales, LLC is pleased to announce that Maria Treece has been promoted to the newly created senior position of chief process integration officer where she previously served in the...
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Waine had plans for  a big celebration

Waine had plans for a big celebration

A long time Loris resident, Lucille Waine, known to many as Miss Lucille, had plans to celebrate her upcoming marriage to Dr. Bernerd Marsh on Thursday, Feb. 13. She was...
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Cocke resigns recreation position with heavy heart

Cocke resigns recreation position with heavy heart

Tom Cocke, Loris Recreation Director, submitted his resignation on Tuesday. Feb. 11. The city council voted to accept the resignation which is effective on Tuesday, March 24. After nearly two...
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Prince is following in father’s footsteps

Prince is following in father’s footsteps

Rome Prince, son of current Horry County Councilman W. Paul Prince, is following in his father’s footsteps as he will file to run for the seat for District 9 on...
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February, 2020

  • 23 February

    Rotary Club makes financial gift at gala

    The 9th Annual Wigs for Cancer Gala, hosted by Marlisa Small, was held last Saturday at the Hilton on Beach Club Drive in Myrtle Beach.  Five hundred people were in attendance.  The proceeds from the event are used to assist people with cancer to have professional wigs to improve their mental and physical outlook on life while undergoing treatment for cancer. Marlisa is also a member of the Rotary Club of Little River Sunset Edition and to help start the evening, Craig Hill and Paula Yanis of the Rotary Club made a financial contribution to Marlisa on behalf of all …

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  • 23 February

    Purses with Purpose charity event is set

    GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club will once again host an evening to benefit local charities on Thursday, April 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the Marina Inn Grande Dunes.  The club is excited to have Martin Heat and Air returning as this year’s title sponsor.  Martin Heat and Air installs and services heating and air conditioning systems throughout Horry County. “This is our eighth year and time flies when you’re doing Purses! This is real girl power working in conjunction with community support. It’s amazing to think that considering all previous seven years, we have probably raised between $325,000 and …

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  • 23 February

    Martin is employee of month

    During the Monday, Feb. 17, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Parks & Recreation General Concessions Manager Steven Martin was named Employee of the Month for February for his contributions to the success of the 2019 Great Christmas Light Show at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex. Martin planned, set up and operated mobile point-of-sale tablets used at The Great Christmas Light Show. This enabled staff to presell tickets to cars waiting in line before the gates opened. On some nights, he and staff processed up to 208 vehicles in advance of gates opening, enabling guests to drive …

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  • 23 February

    Great detective work leads to resolution of a 1996 homicide case in the city

    On June 2, 1996, 23-year-old Shawn Marie Neal was found deceased in a condominium at 3217 South Ocean Boulevard in North Myrtle Beach. An indepth investigation was undertaken by the North Myrtle Beach Department of Public Safety (NMBDPS) with assistance from the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED). Despite the investigators’ best efforts, the case went “cold” and remained unsolved. In November 2017, relying on advances in investigative technology that include DNA collection and cataloging, NMBDPS investigators reopened the Neal investigation. Their goal was to bring closure to the victim’s family members and to serve justice. NMBDPS investigators conducted a thorough …

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  • 23 February

    Chatterbox

    Lenton YATES sending “hello” to a very, very longtime customer of Hoskins on opening day last Thursday…Charlene and Dan LYNAM taking a long weekend trip to celebrate their very special anniversary…Charlie DIETRICK off to Florida to check out the living and events there…Dolly McDERMOTT is ready for you to become a sponsor of the upcoming Purses with Purpose charity event…Jeri McCUMBEE is again serving as chairperson of the Purses with Purpose community fundraiser…Get well wishes and a lot of love being sent to Jan JONES who is nursing a broken wrist…Everyone is so proud of Lillian FREEMAN and her many …

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  • 23 February

    Chiefs boys, girls varsity basketball teams in state playoff games this week

    The North Myrtle Beach boys and girls basketball teams both won their final region games last week and start 6AAAA playoffs this week. Both teams travelled to Marlboro County for their last region games of the season. The girls squad that beat Marlboro County 58-45 on Jan. 24 slipped by the Lady Bulldogs by a 63-58 score.  Jenna Berger led the scoring for the Lady Chiefs with 25 points. Daveona Hatchell had 21 points and 13 rebounds and Jordan Berger added 8 points. Jasmine Norman led Marlboro County with 17 points. Coach Brooke Smith was happy with the win. “Marlboro …

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  • 23 February

    Chiefs wrestlers beat Beaufort to get to Lower State game but lose to Hartsville to end season

    By John Smithson The North Myrtle Beach High School wrestling team beat visiting Beaufort last Monday 42-31 to earn a berth in the Lower State Championship match but then lost to Hartsville on Wednesday by a 42-29 score. The match against Beaufort got off to a good start for the Chiefs as their 220-pound wrestler Clay Butler pinned Degin Lowery in :59. Malachi Black (285) then took only 47 seconds to pin Terrence Wilson and the Chiefs had a 12-0 lead. As the lower weight wrestlers continued, Beaufort’s Gary Bayne (106) won a major decision over Jackson Smith with a …

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  • 23 February

    Chiefs baseball coach Alderson gets ready for another 6AAAA season

    North Myrtle BeachHigh School varsity baseball coach Brian Alderson is spending his February afternoons after classes at the Chiefs baseball field, going through the paces with his players before the start of the season on March 10. Alderson begins his sixth year as head coach with a goal of getting further in 6AAAA play. “We were 21-8 last year but finished the year losing the district championship game for the third year in a row. We are trying to get over that hump. We had to go to Hilton Head last year and we had to beat them twice. We …

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