Carolina Forest topic page
7:34 am on Tuesday April 29, 2014
This should make that area even more of a dream to drive through... via MyHorryNews Plans for a major shopping center in the Carolina Forest area have been submitted to Horry County Planning and Zoning, according to public records and a developer...
9:59 am on Tuesday January 14, 2014
Monday night, the Horry County Board of Education worked towards resolving the issue of overcrowding in classrooms especially in Carolina Forest. One option that has been considered for the last several months is realigning school districts, however...
10:36 am on Thursday December 26, 2013
Update: Dember 27th, 2013: The reward money has now been raised to $20,000. Some of the most recent articles relating to Heather Elvis' case are, "Volunteers, police continue search for Heather Elvis in Socastee" and "Cue Center for Missing Persons...
8:03 am on Friday November 15, 2013
Windsor Green residents who lost their condos to fire are on track to be in their new homes by Christmas. Reconstruction is ahead of schedule on the 26 buildings that burned down in the March 16th fire. In all, 110 condo units were destroyed and...
9:40 am on Friday November 1, 2013
If the Horry County School District Board approves the changes voted through by the Attendance Line Committee this week, more than 3,000 children in Conway, Loris, Carolina Forest and North Myrtle Beach will be affected. Residents in some Carolina...
10:20 am on Saturday September 21, 2013
A plan is in place to extend International Drive a little more than five miles between highway 90 and River Oaks Drive in Carolina Forest. A delay on a 707 project caused a delay in this extension. Head to the source at WBTW.com
9:57 am on Monday August 26, 2013
It’s all about getting down and dirty – muddy actually – for a very good cause. The Third Annual Dirty Myrtle Mud Run – Fall Edition is set for Saturday, Aug. 31 at 9 a.m. in Waterbridge. The run will help support SOS Health Care Autism.
12:17 am on Wednesday July 3, 2013
Some residents of Haystack Way in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach blame the dramatic flooding in their neighborhood on beavers living in drainage pipes. View Larger Map
4:26 am on Friday March 29, 2013
When you need everything, where do you start? How do you start all over? That's a question the victims of the Carolina Forest Fire have been struggling to find the answer to.
6:58 pm on Wednesday March 20, 2013
On Wednesday at 7 p.m., WMBF News presented "Rebuild, Recover, Renew," an hour-long special focusing on the Carolina Forest Fire, and helped raise over $2,700 for fire victims.