Sea turtles nesting season begins in North Myrtle Beach

Sea turtles nesting season begins in North Myrtle Beach

By Ruben Lowman Sea turtle nesting season began in South Carolina this month and will continue until the end of October. That means we will hopefully be seeing these endangered...
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NMBHS seniors appreciate having graduation on their football field

NMBHS seniors appreciate having graduation on their football field

By Ruben Lowman North Myrtle Beach seniors have the option to participate in an in-person graduation ceremony, including a group commencement that will take place on the high school football...
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Next round of paving to begin soon

The city’s paving contractor will soon begin milling and paving operations on the following streets. They are: 24th Avenue North, 13th Avenue North, Tilghman Forest Drive (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Coral...
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City Council passes second reading of ordinance annexing property

By Pat Dowling During the Monday, May 18, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce presented an overview of its communications plan regarding economic...
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Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Remember to honor those who have served and are serving on Monday as we observe MEMORIAL DAY under the most unusual conditions ever...Faye BELLAMY so very proud of granddaughter Emma...
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McLeod Health Loris celebrates 70 years of care

McLeod Health Loris celebrates 70 years of care

This is a view of the original Loris Community Hospital and how it looked when it was built in 1950 by a local physician and a small group of concerned...
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Loris Elementary School staff misses their students

By Annie Rigby Loris Elementary School teachers and staff have not seen their students in person since, Friday, March 13. With Gov. Henry McMaster’s executive order to close all South...
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Loris High School students honored with Cruise on Main Street

LHS Students were honored with a Cruise on Main on Friday, May 15, from 8-11 p.m. with DJ Kyle Gore kicking up the music streamed into the speakers through town....
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LHS senior is Citadel bound

LHS senior is Citadel bound

By Annie Rigby Ethan Lewis is set to graduate with the Loris High School Class of 2020 on Tuesday, June 2, and will have the summer to prepare to fulfill...
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Gerald is scholarship winner

Gerald is scholarship winner

HTC is proud to announce that Colby Gerald, a senior at Loris High School, is The Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) Roger Allen Cox Scholarship winner. Colby has been accepted...
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Center offers free food program

Center offers free food program

HTC partnered with a local produce company to deliver more than 400 pounds of fruits and vegetables to the Kingston Lake Education and Business Center in Loris on Thursday morning....
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Town Talk…

Honor those who have served and are serving on Monday as we observe MEMORIAL DAY this year during a very difficult time...Home in Loris is such a welcome sight for...
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Recent Articles

May, 2020

  • 21 May

    Next round of paving to begin soon

    The city’s paving contractor will soon begin milling and paving operations on the following streets. They are: 24th Avenue North, 13th Avenue North, Tilghman Forest Drive (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Coral Sands Drive (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Coral Reef Drive (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Swan Lake Drive (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Sand Dollar Court (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), Sea Horse Court (Tilghman Forest Subdivision), 2nd Avenue North, Rosemary Lane (Tilghman Woods Subdivision), Jerdon Circle (Tilghman Woods Subdivision), Live Oak Court (Tilghman Woods Subdivision), Dogwood Place (Tilghman Woods Subdivision), North Oak Drive, South Oak Drive, 2nd Avenue South, 5th Avenue South, 9th Avenue South and Belle …

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  • 21 May

    City Council passes second reading of ordinance annexing property

    By Pat Dowling During the Monday, May 18, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce presented an overview of its communications plan regarding economic recovery in North Myrtle Beach as it involves residents and visitors. Access the report at www.NMB.us under Press Releases on the homepage or via this link: http://www.nmb.us/files/pdf/uploads/pressPublic/866-5%2018%202020%20Update%20on%20NMB%20Chamber%20Recovery%20Plans%20(2).pdf. Longevity awards were provided to five city employees. The awards are provided in five-year increments to employees who consistently offer excellent customer service. The award winners are Clerk of Court/Municipal Judge Kerry Smith (30 years of service), Business License Inspector Melissa Babson (25), …

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  • 21 May

    Chatterbox

    Remember to honor those who have served and are serving on Monday as we observe MEMORIAL DAY under the most unusual conditions ever…Faye BELLAMY so very proud of granddaughter Emma ending the school year for her third grade students with a drive-by treat from the ice cream truck last Saturday ending at the First Baptist Church of North Myrtle Beach…Frances PELLETIER off to spend a few months up north and then will return to the beach for a few months during “snowbird“ season…A lot of local BUSINESSES back open after weeks of closure and some not back in the groove …

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  • 21 May

    Loris Elementary School staff misses their students

    By Annie Rigby Loris Elementary School teachers and staff have not seen their students in person since, Friday, March 13. With Gov. Henry McMaster’s executive order to close all South Carolina schools beginning Monday, March 16, teachers have missed interacting with their students. Paiton Harrelson stated that the Ride Thru Town was a joint effort beginning with the first grade teachers and expanding to all grades from child development to fifth grade staff participating in the ride. On Friday, May 15, some of the LES PTO members joined in the LES teachers caravan making a 50 plus parade of vehicles …

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  • 21 May

    Loris High School students honored with Cruise on Main Street

    LHS Students were honored with a Cruise on Main on Friday, May 15, from 8-11 p.m. with DJ Kyle Gore kicking up the music streamed into the speakers through town. Kaitlyn Courtney, Loris Bog-Off Festival Teen, the Loris Chamber of Commerce and the City of Loris coordinated the cruise giving the 2020 graduating seniors a night to remember since they missed their prom, sports, senior night and the events seniors hold dear to their hearts as they finish their 13th year of studies at the Loris schools.

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  • 21 May

    LHS senior is Citadel bound

    By Annie Rigby Ethan Lewis is set to graduate with the Loris High School Class of 2020 on Tuesday, June 2, and will have the summer to prepare to fulfill his dreams. Lt. Col. Jim McLean, J.R.O.T.C. Senior Army Instructor, recognized the accomplishments of Cadet First Lieutenant Ethan A. Lewis. He said, “Loris High School Army J.R.O.T.C. is proud to announce that Cadet Lewis has been awarded the Military Officers Association of America Scholarship.”  Cadet Lewis has been in the Army J.R.O.T.C. program throughout his high school career serving primarily in leadership positions. McLean said, “During his first three years …

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  • 21 May

    Gerald is scholarship winner

    HTC is proud to announce that Colby Gerald, a senior at Loris High School, is The Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) Roger Allen Cox Scholarship winner. Colby has been accepted to attend Southern Wesleyan University, where he plans to study music education. The $500 FRS Roger Allen Cox scholarship award is named for the late Mr. Cox, former Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Atlantic Telephone Membership Cooperative in Shallotte, N.C., and is intended to honor Mr. Cox’s passion and endless drive to help ensure that rural Americans have equal access to quality technology and education. HTC supports the …

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  • 21 May

    Center offers free food program

    HTC partnered with a local produce company to deliver more than 400 pounds of fruits and vegetables to the Kingston Lake Education and Business Center in Loris on Thursday morning. As the local economy begins to reopen, HTC recognizes many neighbors and small businesses need backing now more than ever. To support the Kingston Lake Education and Business Center in its mission to help feed seniors and families in Loris and throughout Horry County, HTC delivered fresh food from Stevens Farms Produce. The delivery included tomatoes, squash, peaches and other locally grown produce. The Kingston Lake Education and Business Center …

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