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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at MyrtleBeachSC.com

Woman Sexually Assaulted On Beach At Boardwalk

A Woman Was Raped In Myrtle Beach On The Beach At The Boardwalk After parking her car on First Avenue South at 3:30 a.m.,  a...

County Residents Boycott Myrtle Beach

      Horry County residents have now put up a Facebook page boycotting the  City of Myrtle Beach. Over 1,000 locals have  joined the Facebook page in...

As City Plans Events, Residents Weigh Free Parking Lawsuit

A private/public concern called the DRC,  Downtown Redevelopment Corporation,  has taken the leadership role in planning future downtown Myrtle Beach events.   Yet,  even while...

Summer Tourism Slows Dramatically

Few Tourists On The Beach August 8th.  Summer Tourism Slows RECENT JELLYFISH STINGS STATED AS POSSIBLE REASONS FOR SLOW WEEK   Myrtle Beach city beaches were down...

Video Journalist Myrtle Beach Area Needed

Video Journalist Myrtle Beach Area Needed Job Title: Video Journalist (Reporter) – MyrtleBeachSC.com Requisition Number: 178419MBSC Location: United States - Myrtle Beach, SC Area of Interest: Video/Programming, Video News Production, News Position Types:...

Pardon Our Interruption: MyrtleBeachSC.com Cyber Attacked

If you regularly follow MyrtleBeachSC.com,  you will note that our ability to report was completely shut down several times in 2016. MYRTLEBEACHSC.COM WORKS FOR OUR READERS IN...

Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Found Not Certified

A lifeguard contracted with Lacks Beach Service asleep at his post in July Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Suspended Myrtle Beach has been invaded by hordes of  Jellyfish just...

The Coming I 73 Head On Collision

Chamber of Commerce Puts All Out Media Blitz for I 73 The City of North Myrtle Beach voted yesterday to recommend the construction of I...

Jellyfish Invasion Indicates Unhealthy Waters: Beaches Requested Closed

Lifeguards request Myrtle Beach Closed temporarily from Jellyfish Invasion Jellyfish Stings Widely Reported UPDATE TO ALL: THE SWIMMING BAN HAS NOW BEEN EXTENDED THROUGHOUT TODAY (AUG 1st)...

City of North Myrtle Beach Disapproves Of Tourist Tax

NMB Continues To Offer Most Preferred Area Beaches Among Tourists   NORTH MYRTLE BEACH PUTS TOURISTS'  NEEDS AND BRAND QUALITY FIRST City of North Myrtle Beach Disapproves...

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