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9:40 am on Wednesday October 31, 2012

Conway takes on 'Yarn-Bombing Grannies' (Update: Art on display)

Photo from Black Water Honey Blog Update October 31, 2012: To put a period on the end of this yarn bombing sentence, the art is in place in Riverfront Park in Conway and the permit is good until December 1, 2012.  Go have a look! You can get a sneak...
6:37 am on Tuesday September 18, 2012

Possible limit on number of pets coming (Update: Responsibility becomes focus)

photo by flickr user Tjflex2 Update 9/17/12:  The focus has taken a shift from limiting the number of pets to concentrating on responsible animal ownership in Conway. The Sun News reports that the council is working towards minimum care requirements...
5:26 am on Wednesday June 27, 2012

Conway Riverfest this weekend

http://conwayscchamber.com/riverfest/ Conway's longest running festival, Riverfest, is this weekend, Friday and Saturday, June 29 and 30, 2012.  There is an expanded list of events this year. On Friday, June 29, 2012 the festival will kick off at 8...
7:56 am on Monday June 18, 2012

Conway non-profit contracted for tourism campaign

photo by flickr user J_Sturg Conway Downtown Alive has received a nearly $70,000 one-year contract from the City to handle its tourism campaign, attracting area visitors to spend the day in their quaint town. The organization will be responsible for...
5:48 am on Monday March 19, 2012

City of Conway not interested in helping Carolina Forest water customers

Flickr user Matt Trudeau Even though Carolina Forest remains in unincorporated Horry County, there's a portion of residents that use City of Conway water and sewer.  The City of Conway charges "non-resident" rates to customers outside the city...
4:45 am on Tuesday September 27, 2011

City of Conway appreciates and supports local vendors, contractors

TheDigitel MYR Conway City Council is giving priority to businesses in the city limits that place bids on contract work. Even though Conway isn't obligated to take the lowest bid on a project, a new ordinance weights bids in the favor of companies...
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