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Man Shot On Broadway Street Myrtle Beach

Broadway Street

Myrtle Beach police are investigating a shooting on Broadway Street that happened this morning. Myrtle Beach police went to the 300 block of Broadway Street about 11 a.m. for a report of a person with a gunshot wound, according to Cpl. Thomas Vest. The person was transmitted to Grand Strand …

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Myrtle Beach Face Mask Ordinance Extended

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The City of Myrtle Beach put out a press release today concerning the extension of Face Mask requirements through Oct. 30, 2020. FROM THE CITY OF MYRTLE BEACH To: Myrtle Beach Media From: Public Information DepartmentDate: September 30, 2020 Re: Media Notes: Face Mask Requirement Extended Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda …

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As City Government Continues Debt Path, Employee Morale Hits Bottom

Summer 2020 City of Myrtle Beach tourism was down 42% per numbers provided by Coastal Carolina’s Brittain Resort Center For Tourism. Numbers like these ultimately affect the tax revenues collected by the City of Myrtle Beach. Currently, the City of Myrtle Beach carries a $200,000 million debt load. This debt …

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What A Lindsey Graham Win Means For The Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett

In tonight’s first televised presidential debate, former Vice President Joe Biden is sure to throw a punch concerning President Trump’s pick of Amy Coney Barrett as America’s next Supreme Court Justice. Barrett is a devout Catholic. Expect Biden to use Democrat talking points on how Barrett and Trump will set …

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Weapons Bill Killed Because of Constitutional Carry Amendment

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S.C. Representative Jonathon Hill took to Facebook yesterday explaining how Senate Bill S-293, filed by S.C. Senator Richard Cash, was held up by the S.C. General Assembly this week. Senate Bill S-293 was written: TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION 23-31-232 SO AS TO PROVIDE …

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Top Horry County DSS Attorney Arrested 1st Degree CDV

Kelly Ann Galley

Luke Rankin escaped the political hangman’s noose by going “full on CDV” against his opponent last June. The problem with his approach was his political opponent was never once (in his entire life) charged with CDV (Criminal Domestic Violence). Last week, Kelly Ann Galley, 48, of Myrtle Beach, S.C. was. …

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