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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

Grande Dunes Residents Want A Quiet Neighborhood

"He has completely sold out and does not work for any of us.  John Rhodes has no chance of getting re-elected if my vote counts,"...

Myrtle Beach And SC Governments Go Rogue

While Fortune Magazine just rated S.C. Governor Nikki Haley as number 17 on the list of the World's 50 Greatest Leaders,  other politicians in...

The Most Important Day In History

History weighs itself well on important marking days.   Many hold up July 4, 1776 as a watershed day in history,  rightfully so.  ...

SC Health Department “WIPES CLEAN” OCEAN WATER MONITORING MAP

Today,  for the second time in less than one month,  the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control,  changed the state's water quality...

Myrtle Beach Ocean Water Quality – Treating and Filtering Storm Water

The solution is as simple as filtering and treating our stormwater runoff ongoing.... We believe tourists want to know  it is safe for their children...

Consumer Protection Agency Protects Tourists On Elevated Bacteria Beach Concerns

Dangers of bacteria in untreated,  unfiltered storm water.   DHEC has placed 14 permanent signs "Swimming Not Advised" (caution signs)  along a 9.9 mile stretch of...

City finally speaks: SAYS PUBLISHED INFORMATION IS MISLEADING AND OBVIOUSLY WRONG

Long-Term Swimming Advisory Long-term swimming advisory signs are posted at this location. Swimming is not advised within 200 feet on either side of the sign...

Myrtle Beach Chamber Misleads Tourists About Bacteria Levels In Ocean

Tourists and residents alike began messaging and emailing our news team today concerning the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.  They informed us that the Myrtle Beach...

WHILE OFFICIALS REMAIN SILENT ON “NO SWIM” ADVISORY – DHEC SPEAKS

After hearing from the State DHEC office on Monday morning, we reached out to our City Manager John Pedersen, Mayor John Rhodes, and all of...

Health Department Changes “No Swim Advisory” To Long Term Advisory

DHEC ADVISORY MAP -- -- -- USED TO EXPLAIN (now)  8 DRAINAGE AREAS IN A TEN MILE SECTION OF THE CITY OF MYRTLE BEACH...

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