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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

Thousands of Easter Baskets handed out by local group

Gary Bingham is making a difference this Easter. Bingham owns Myrtle Beach's Bargain Warehouse. The Bargain Warehouse, received huge shipments of Easter candy and...

Local Restaurant Partners with Food Distributor to Support Children and Families in Need During COVID-19 Pandemic

GARDEN CITY, S.C. — Greg’s Cabana Bar & Grill (gregscabana.com), in cooperation with Sysco Foods of Columbia, has partnered with Help 4 Kids &...

“Stay or Work” mandate: 22 vehicles entered, guns stolen

Police respond to Mt. Pleasant looting The streets of Myrtle Beach are desolate. However, more upscale neighborhoods in Carolina Forest, Longs, North Myrtle...

MUSC cuts salaries, lays off 900 staff members because of Coronavirus

During the Coronavirus pandemic, healthy South Carolinians are choosing to avoid any contact with area hospitals. As a result, the MUSC health...

Governor McMaster mandates “Stay at Home” order

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced today he is issuing a statewide "Stay at Home" order in response to COVID-19. The order stipulates South Carolinians...

S.C. Governor closes all non essential businesses

In an effort to flatten the curve regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, S.C. Governor Henry McMaster closed all non essential S.C. businesses today. Those businesses...

Governor McMaster closes all S.C. Beaches

In response to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Governor Henry McMaster closed public access to all S.C. beaches today. “As a result...

Challengers promise to focus on their districts

Filings for elections in the June 9th primary ended today at 12 noon. During this cycle, three candidates are stating their intentions...

Visitors must leave by Sunday, no new business until May 1

The City of Myrtle Beach passed an emergency ordinance ordering all accommodation businesses in the city, including hotels, motels, Homeaway rentals, Airbnb and...

New Yorkers flee city

Coronavirus deaths continue to climb in New York City, which is quickly becoming one of the worst-hit places on earth. Yesterday, 88 more...

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