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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

Issues mount while Mayor Bethune doubles down on “Fake News”

Blame it on Halloween season, or campaign season, or just a town in denial and decline. Yesterday Mayor Brenda Bethune went off on the...

What Standing Desk Can Give

Since the industrial revolution, the trend of modern design has been diverse: from design to functionalization, rationalization, and decoration. Design trends have had a...

Horry County Schools and City of Myrtle Beach differ on schools and missing $20 million

An auditing firm retained by Horry County and Horry County Schools sent a letter claiming the City of Myrtle Beach misused millions of...

Perjury charges filed against Supreme Court Justice’s Son-In-Law

Myrtle Beach area attorney Lane Jeffries has been sued for perjury. The Charlotte Observer first reported on this issue last March: _____________________________________ Allegations...

One week until election. Who will turn out? Change election possible

One week from today, city elections will be held county-wide.  At MyrtleBeachSC news, we specifically chose to focus on Surfside Beach during this election...

Ocean Boulevard section to be converted to foot traffic only

It's a story we first reported in January 2018.  https://myrtlebeachsc.com/margaritaville-hotel-coming-myrtle-beach/ If city leaders have their way, cruising Ocean Boulevard will soon be a thing of...

Neighbors to serve free chicken bog for conservative candidate Nov. 1st

Myrtle Beach conservative Ed Carey is running for City Council. While Carey is expected to do well in the Market Common district, he faces a...

After running off merchants, Myrtle Beach reverses itself on bar moratorium

Are commercial private property rights respected in Myrtle Beach? Residents, business owners, and one candidate for Myrtle Beach City Council say no. "Today we can say...

Surfside Beach paid parking issue tabled

Surfside Beach Town Council voted unanimously last night to table paid parking. The vote ensures that parking will remain as is until the new administration...

Facts on 3rd Avenue South LLR Complaint

A complaint was filed in October with S.C. LLR concerning $48,719.00 of work done on 3rd Ave South in Surfside Beach by BNV Builders. Here...

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