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4:25 am on Friday January 4, 2013

How should Horry County spend $1.8 million in grant money?

TheDigitelMYR WMBF News has reported that Horry County is seeking feedback from residents regarding a $1.8 million dollar Community Development Block Grant. The Community Development Block Grant is a, "flexible program that provides communities with...
4:56 am on Friday October 26, 2012

Future Kings Road Boat Landing (Update: work begins)

Update October 26th, 2012: The ground breaking ceremony for the new boat landing.   The new boat landing will have a 28-foot wide, two-lane concrete boat ramp on the Intracoastal Waterway and will feature a 200 linear foot floating dock along the...
6:05 am on Friday June 22, 2012

Locals compete in Mission Small Business

Chase financial and Living Social have teamed up to give $250,000 to 12 small businesses and dozens of locals have signed up to compete with thousands of national businesses for a piece of that grant money pie. Time is running out to apply for this...
7:00 am on Thursday March 29, 2012

Grant money spent on t-shirts to promote a smoke-free lifestyle

photo by flickr user Call it Crazy Please note that this is not a photo of the Surfside Beach t-shirt. We do not have a graphical representation of or any information about the design. The residents of Surfside Beach were thrilled to get an $8000...
4:22 am on Monday October 31, 2011

Millions lost in grants as students fail to complete 2-year degrees

Flickr user jeco Two year colleges: Enrollment is way up, but not all is well.  A report kicks off with this: "Community colleges also are essential to having the United States regain its position as the nation with the highest concentration of...
5:40 am on Tuesday February 9, 2010

With grant money gone, The Footlight Players need your help

Image by The Footlight PlayersWe've recently found out that The Footlight Players have lost very important grant money, and it's threatening their existence. This group has been in Charleston for 78 years, and they are reaching out to the community...
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