Easter Coloring Contest

Let’s have some fun! Send us an email to nmbtimes@sc.rr.com and let us know which picture you would like for us to send you to color for our contest. We...
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Tidelands Health issues an urgent appeal for volunteer community sewing help

Tidelands Health issues an urgent appeal for volunteer community sewing help

As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 coronavirus threat, Tidelands Health is issuing an urgent appeal to community residents who can sew. The health system has several thousand...
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Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Jean BOSEMAN such an intelligent lady who cares about the welfare of others...Sarah BROWN sending nice message to newspaper to “keep up the great work” and the team thanks you...Dr....
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City buildings closed to public, services continue

City buildings closed to public, services continue

By Pat Dowling On Monday, March 23, all City of North Myrtle Beach buildings closed to entry by the public until further notice. However, all city employees report to work...
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South Carolina schools closed until further notice

Loris Elementary School posted the information on the sign in front of the school to let everyone know that all South Carolina schools are closed until further notice. On Tuesday...
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Loris IGA

The Loris IGA parking lot was almost empty on Tuesday evening. Lots of stores and businesses in Loris are serving a lot less customers and many are shortening their hours...
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Help needed with N95 respirators

Help needed with N95 respirators

As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 coronavirus threat, Tidelands Health is issuing an urgent appeal to community residents who can sew. The health system has several thousand...
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Restaurants are heeding to the governor’s mandate

Restaurants are heeding to the governor’s mandate

By Annie Rigby The executive order to close schools has disrupted the baseball, softball, tennis, soccer and track practices and games for Loris High School. The Loris Recreation Sports Complex...
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Carolina Food Service of Loris opens to the public

Carolina Food Service of Loris opens to the public

By Annie Rigby Carolina Food Service (CFS) of Loris is a local and privately owned wholesale business that successfully serves customers in North and South Carolina. Though they are a...
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Churches getting creative giving Sunday service to congregations

Churches getting creative giving Sunday service to congregations

By Annie Rigby On Sunday, March 22, the doors to local churches were closed for all services. Loris First Presbyterian Church (LFPC) and Loris First Baptist Church (FBC) streamlined their...
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Director explains how nature enhances life

Director explains how nature enhances life

The March meeting of The Loris Garden Club hosted by Ruth Ann Jones and Betty Livingston was held at Playcard Environmental Education Center.  Members enjoyed refreshments and fellowship at tables...
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March, 2020

  • 26 March

    Easter Coloring Contest

    Let’s have some fun! Send us an email to nmbtimes@sc.rr.com and let us know which picture you would like for us to send you to color for our contest. We will have a drop box outside the North Myrtle Beach Times office at 203 Hwy. 17 North for you to drop your pictures with your name, address, age and phone number so we can contact you if you win! You can also email back your completed pictures or pick up a copy from the office. We will publish the winners in the April 9, 2020, edition. Please have your pictures …

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  • 26 March

    Chatterbox

    Jean BOSEMAN such an intelligent lady who cares about the welfare of others…Sarah BROWN sending nice message to newspaper to “keep up the great work” and the team thanks you…Dr. Mike MILLS effectively explaining how to be safer in today’s coronavirus pandemic…Angie KRALL sending message to take care and stay well from Thomas Realty…Emma WILLIAMS, Scarlet, Madison and Kimmy taking one day at a time in Parma, Ohio, until we get through these scary times for everyone…Susan PLATT having so many great ideas to share for the area…Cleo and Dick STEELE will soon be moving back to Ohio to be …

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  • 26 March

    City buildings closed to public, services continue

    By Pat Dowling On Monday, March 23, all City of North Myrtle Beach buildings closed to entry by the public until further notice. However, all city employees report to work as usual and all city services continue according to their regular schedules. Police, Fire/Rescue, Sanitation, Water and Sewer and all other city services are provided as usual, the only difference being that all city buildings are closed to entry by the public. Many of our daily customers can conduct business with the city online. These online options are available to you: Renew business licenses and pay hospitality taxes at https://northmyrtlebeach.progressivecloud.net/webrenewals/. …

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  • 26 March

    South Carolina schools closed until further notice

    Loris Elementary School posted the information on the sign in front of the school to let everyone know that all South Carolina schools are closed until further notice. On Tuesday South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and Superintendant of Education Molly Spearman announced that the closure of all South Carolina schools will be extended until at least April 30.

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  • 26 March

    Loris IGA

    The Loris IGA parking lot was almost empty on Tuesday evening. Lots of stores and businesses in Loris are serving a lot less customers and many are shortening their hours because of the fears of the coronavirus which has emptied many of the shelves of certain items.

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  • 26 March

    Help needed with N95 respirators

    As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 coronavirus threat, Tidelands Health is issuing an urgent appeal to community residents who can sew. The health system has several thousand new, never-used N95 respirators in its warehouse. The respirators were acquired during a previous public health emergency but never used. While the N95 respirators themselves are in new condition, the elastic straps have become brittle over time. Before the respirators can be made available to clinical staff, the straps need to be replaced. “We are reaching out to our community and asking for your help,” said Pam Maxwell, the health …

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  • 26 March

    Restaurants are heeding to the governor’s mandate

    By Annie Rigby The executive order to close schools has disrupted the baseball, softball, tennis, soccer and track practices and games for Loris High School. The Loris Recreation Sports Complex is also following the order; they have postponed practice for softball and baseball. LHS baseball coach Tim Graham has asked the varsity baseball team to go to the batting cages, keep in shape and continue to work on their skills. Monday, March 16,  Jermaine Johnson, a senior, said, “This is my senior year and it is going by so quickly.” He stated he goes to the batting cages alone to …

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  • 26 March

    Carolina Food Service of Loris opens to the public

    By Annie Rigby Carolina Food Service (CFS) of Loris is a local and privately owned wholesale business that successfully serves customers in North and South Carolina. Though they are a wholesale distribution company supplying products and brands to the food service industry (restaurants, cafes and bars) they opened their doors to the public on Monday, March 23. Juan Serrato, president and partner of CFS, said, “Our distribution area runs from Charleston S.C. to Jacksonville, N.C. and up into the Raleigh, N.C. area.” The business set up is intended to supply restaurants; however, he met with Loris Mayor Todd Harrelson on …

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