It may just be loose change, but parking meters are helping to show how tourism is booming along South Carolina’s most popular beach as the COVID-19 pandemic eases.
The City of Myrtle Beach passed some new beach rules for everyone this summer. Under the new rules, it is now illegal to dig a hole deeper than two feet on the beach, and no holes can be left unfilled.
For 57 years, a Myrtle Beach man says there’s been a hole in his heart, a place for the son he only held twice before he was given up for adoption. All these years later, that hole has been filled as the father and son found each other.
Fire crews in South Carolina have rescued a red tail hawk that was caught in netting at a driving range. The Myrtle Beach Fire Department says the hawk was 40 feet (12m) up at Top Golf on Saturday night.
The official start of tourist season in South Carolina is only a few months away. With COVID-19 cases still taking a toll on the economy, business owners along the Grand Strand are worried about their future.
Myrtle Beach woman convicted of putting two newborn babies in a dumpster is appealing her conviction
A woman convicted of putting two newborn babies in a dumpster is hoping to have that conviction overturned.
A federal jury says Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, was motivated by race when it created a traffic plan for a motorcycle festival known as Black Bike Week. But the jurors said the city probably would have imposed the plan anyway, so it owes no damages and won’t have to change.
A South Carolina beach city is in the second week of a federal trial over whether it discriminates against thousands of Black tourists who visit each May to celebrate motorcycle culture.
The walk in honor of our veterans begins at 6 a.m. Tuesday morning
(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WPDE) — Veterans and supporters are walking 100 miles in a journey from Myrtle Beach to Charleston. The Veterans Victory Walk started at 6 o’clock Tuesday morning. Together they walk. It’s a 100-mile trek down the South Carolina coast. Each step is a step towards creating awareness. “Every single day we try to be strong. But just…
A South Carolina mother who skipped the trial where she was convicted of homicide by child abuse for throwing two of her newborns away in trash bags moments after they born will spend 40 years in prison. Alyssa Dayvault’s sentence was handed down Thursday. She turned herself in the day after her trial ended.