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About The Sun News Address | 914 Frontage Road E., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 843-626-8555 or 1-800-568-1800 Founded The weekly Myrtle Beach News was founded in 1936. In 1961, the Myrtle Beach Sun (founded in 1950) bought the News and formed The Sun News. The State-Record Company of Columbia bought The Sun News in 1973 and it became a Monday-Saturday paper. In 1977 The Sun News added a Sunday paper and began printing seven days a week. Knight Ridder purchased The State-Record Company, including The Sun News, in December 1986. The McClatchy Co. bought Knight Ridder and The Sun News in June 2006. www.MyrtleBeachOnline.com

Founded: The weekly Myrtle Beach News was founded in 1936. In 1961, the Myrtle Beach Sun (founded in 1950) bought the Myrtle Beach News and formed The Sun News newspaper. The State-Record Company of Columbia bought The Sun News in 1973 and it became a Monday-Saturday newspaper. In 1977, The Sun News added a Sunday paper and began printing seven days a week. Knight-Ridder purchased The State-Record Company, including The Sun News, in December 1986. The McClatchy Co. bought Knight Ridder and The Sun News in June 2006. Circulation: 50,937 daily; 59,945 Sunday http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com

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12/27/2019
Mugshots, Dec. 27

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach and Georgetown County areas.

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and Georgetown jail. These mugshots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the photo for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

A year-long investigation reveals thousands of foster children end up homeless or in prison following years of bouncing ...
12/26/2019
‘We are sending more foster kids to prison than college’

A year-long investigation reveals thousands of foster children end up homeless or in prison following years of bouncing from one home to the next.

America is seeing an increase of foster children. An investigation shows system issues result in more foster kids developing PTSD, struggling to survive, using drugs and getting involved with crime and jail.

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach and Georgetown County areas.
12/26/2019
Mugshots, Dec. 26

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach and Georgetown County areas.

See who spent time behind bars at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and Georgetown jail. These mugshots are provided by law enforcement agencies and are public information. If charges are expunged or dismissed, The Sun News will remove the photo for free. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach and Georgetown County areas.
12/25/2019
Mugshots, Dec. 25

See who spent time behind bars in the Myrtle Beach and Georgetown County areas.

12/25/2019

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