The family of missing Aynor teen, Zachary Malinowski’s, says two years without their son is more than enough.The family is more determined than ever though, to find the son they miss so much. "I love him, and I miss him more and more each day,” said mother Melissa Marcus. “All I can ask is for someone to please come forward and help us." On Saturday those closest to Zachary met at that same park where he was last seen two years ago. Their …
Police were responding to a report of a woman trying to run over a man with her car.
Brigitte Nolan, 48, pulls up to patrol car and tells officer a man broke into her house and stole her phone.
Police discover Nolan was the woman who allegedly was trying to run over the man and is placed under arrest for DUI.
More than 275 people attended discussion at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church
Officials say human trafficking happens in Myrtle Beach area, too
First trial under new state law scheduled to begin this fall
Human trafficking is often referred to as modern-day slavery, some might think it’s something that only happens abroad. But United States citizens, including South Carolina citizens, are also among those trafficked. It’s even found its way to the Grand Strand which is why there was a forum on human trafficking in the area Saturday. Belin Memorial United Methodist Church was host to a symposium on human trafficking. &nb…
Lugoff has added a new Community Program to be constructed in September The ground-breaking ceremony took place Saturday in Lugoff at the Kershaw County West Sports Complex. Please distribute the attached photos from the ground-breaking ceremony today in Lugoff for the new fully ADA Community Playground to be constructed in September 2015 off US 1 at Whitehead Road in Lugoff at the Kershaw County West Sports Complex.
The Florence County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a two and a half month old baby died in Florence.Coroner Keith von Lutcken said, the baby died early Saturday morning and the death seemed suspicious.Lutcken said an autopsy will be performed Sunday morning.We will provide updates as they become available. Copyright 2015 WMBF News. All rights reserved
Officers are on the hunt for a suspect after a man was shot and killed on Collins Street in Myrtle Beach Monday night, according to the Myrtle Beach Police Department.Patrol Sergeant Michael Hull said officers were called for the shooting around 9:30 p.m. Monday. The shooting happened on the street, and the Horry County Coroner’s Office confirmed the victim was a 23-year-old male.
Jack Walker retired abruptly after serving as planning director for 31 years
Vision led to The Market Common, oceanfront high-rise resorts
City officials have narrowed the applicants to three finalists to be the new planning director
In honor of the recent National Dog Day, meet Wasabi
15-pound pup is part cocker spaniel and part bichon frise
Wasabi recently joined the Bestler family after loss of 12-year-old corgi and another puppy