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David Hucks

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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

WBTW CBS COVERS HEROIN STORY

WBTW CBS Taylor Herlong says MyrtleBeachSC.com  article, not heroin epidemic is the controversy.   “ We were seeing, through the coroner’s office, not quite two overdoses...

Mayor Rhodes Headed Back To China

Flight plans obtained through  a freedom of information request show  "Mayor Rhodes headed back to China." Mayor Rhodes Headed Back To China - 10 Day...

Myrtle Beach Heroin Epidemic

The current Myrtle Beach Heroin Epidemic was addressed last night by the city of Myrtle Beach.   In 2015,  the Horry County Coroner's Office reported 72...

Myrtle Beach Season Ends On A High

Myrtle Beach Season Ends Myrtle Beach Must Address Ocean Pollution To Have a Successful 2017 What has historically been the last big weekend of the Myrtle Beach...

Market Common Cyclists Put Community First

Market Common Cyclists are choosing to put their health and their community first. There is a pace and a place for all riders  who come...

Chinese Myrtle Beach Investments Start Unraveling

CHINESE MYRTLE BEACH INVESTMENTS SHAKY WITH FIRST COURSE CLOSING CHINESE MYRTLE BEACH INVESTMENTS COULD COST HOMEOWNERS $10 BILLION In a sign of what most locals have...

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...

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