Pharmacies across the nation are dealing with a shortage of the new shingles vaccine called Shingrix. Pharmacies began offering Shingrix around early spring this year. By May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention already reported shortages.
Police are working to resolve a situation Wednesday morning involving a barricaded person in the 600 block of Lesia Lane in the Conway area, according to a tweet from the Horry County Police Department.
It was applause, smiles, and selfies as Myrtle Beach High School held a special assembly this afternoon to congratulate the Myrtle Beach Seahawks following their 4-A State Championship win against Greer at Williams Brice Stadium in Columbia.
Myrtle Beach City Council voted to pass an ordinance to temporarily allow a hot air balloon ride downtown. The city had to vote on the ordinance because the city’s current law only allows temporary special events to last between three and five days.
Construction for the new Boys and Girls Club is moving along on the corner of Carver Street, Mr. Joe White Avenue and Dunbar Street. The club’s CEO is hoping it will be complete and ready to go by next school year.
People in the market to buy a new home have a lot to consider when choosing where they want to live. One option they might consider is buying a home that was flooded from Hurricane Florence.But is it worth the risk?
A new report suggests South Carolina isn't doing as much to protect its seniors as other states. South Carolina ranks last in the nation in keeping elders safe from abuse, according to a recently released study.
Myrtle Beach and Horry County police say car break-ins and shoplifting are on the rise this holiday season. Over the last six months, November saw the greatest number of calls for incidents at Coastal Grand Mall, with 128 calls for service from November 1-26.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said there’s no set location or time for when seismic testing will take place for the five companies approved, but city leaders hope its nowhere near the coast of Myrtle Beach.
Nearly three months have passed since Hurricane Florence made landfall and changed the lives of thousands.As families continue to rebuild local churches are teaming up to help make that process a little easier.