As workers built a patio behind a home in North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday, they stumbled upon an unexploded piece of ordnance, according to a tweet from the City of North Myrtle Beach. It was blown up later Tuesday evening.
The biggest factor was a decrease in the cheer and dance teams that came to the beach. According to graph provided by the department, about $26 million was lost just from changes to cheer and dance in 2017. Here, Myrtle Beach All Stars Cheerleadin
Myrtle Beach High School students were allowed to walk into the hallways of the school, where students and school officials read off the names of victims and rang handbells. They also observed a moment of silence.
Spencer Sousa recently finished construction of his third tiny house. The Conway native started building the small houses on trailers as a freshman in high school. He has just finished his third and largest home at about 350 square feet.