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Conservation League Says Quality of Life Matters In Horry

Carolina Bays

International Drive Route Along Lewis Ocean Bays Preserve Conservation League Says Quality of Life Matters Along With Growth. Retirees Agree Earlier this month the U.S. District Court in Florence upheld an Army Corps of Engineers permit that allowed some preliminary work on the 5.6-mile road from Carolina Forest to S.C. …

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Hurricane Matthew’s Second Wave – Thousands Flee

HURRICANE MATTHEW’S SECOND WAVE HAS THOUSANDS FLEEING Hurricane Matthew’s Second wave BEACH COALITION HELPS FLOOD VICTIMS Hurricane Matthew’s second wave has thousands of locals, who have never experienced a flood, fleeing their homes as waters engulf area towns.  The entire town of Nichols, S.C. is completely underwater.  These are the very towns tourists …

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Matthew Brings Severe Storm Surge – 2 Piers Washed Away

Matthew Brings Severe Storm Surge 1:30 Update  2 Piers Washed To Sea. SECTIONS OF SPRINGMAID PIER AND SURFSIDE PIER  HAVE  WASHED AWAY ACCORDING TO AUTHORITIES OF EACH. STORM MADE LANDFALL IN  McClellanville, SC at 8 a.m.  according to the National Hurricane Service.  (Just South of Myrtle Beach)   Same landing point …

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Matthew: Flooding, Storm Surge With 53 MPH Winds


Hurricane Matthew 9 a.m. Update Oceanfront Matthew:  Flooding, Storm Surge With, As Of Noon, 75 MPH Winds  (Category 1 Hurricane) 11:30 a.m. Update:  STORM MADE LANDFALL IN  McClellanville, S.C. SC at 8 a.m.  according to the National Hurricane Service.  (Just South of Myrtle Beach)   Same landing point as Hugo in …

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Myrtle Beach Impact 5 A.M. Tomorrow

Hurricane Matthew Should See Myrtle Beach Impact 5 A.M. Tomorrow UPDATE:  EFFECTIVE 11 a.m.  today MYRTLE BEACH IS OFFICIALLY UNDER A HURRICANE WARNING The Myrtle Beach Impact of weather from Hurricane Matthew will begin in force at 5 a.m. Saturday, October 8th. The storm is now in Florida with winds of …

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1.1 Million Asked To Evacuate SC Coast By Thursday

Hurricane Matthew

Governor Nikki Haley is asking 1.1 million South Carolinians  living at or vacationing in S.C. to evacuate the coast.  Charleston and Beaufort, S.C.  areas are asked to evacuate by 3 p.m. today.  The S.C. Governor  asked Georgetown, S.C. and Horry County (Myrtle Beach Area) to evacuate by 8 a.m. Thursday …

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Myrtle Beach In Matthew Cone Of Certainty

Hurricane Matthew

  Myrtle Beach In Matthew Cone Of Certainty As of 6 a.m. eastern standard time,  the national weather service confirmed:  Myrtle Beach in Matthew cone of certainty.   Myrtle Beach will get at minimum some significant weather effects from Hurricane Matthew.   Whether or not Matthew makes land in the United …

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Technology Would Inform Beach Goers

Myrtle Beach Tourists

  Technology Gives Latest Bacteria Readings A new technology would give beach goers instant bacteria readings from the most recent Department of Health and Environmental Control testings. Using their cell phones tourists and locals could  immediately determine the latest beach bacteria readings as they arrive on the beach.   The technology is …

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City Ordinance Allows Ocean Pollution Exemption

Beacon Device Could Be Placed Here

Ordinance Exempts B&C Ocean Pollution First reading by Myrtle Beach City Council on Tuesday, September 13th will give B&C ocean pollution exemptions on a city mandated requirement for beach storm water run off.   The property located on Highway 17 north between 23rd Avenue North and 30th Avenue North is owned by  B&C (Burroughs …

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Tropical Storm Hermine Includes King Tides

Tropical Storm Hermine

3 p.m. Traffic Footage – Friday The city of North Myrtle Beach put out an alert for all tourists and residents of the greater Myrtle Beach area concerning Tropical Storm Hermine. The tropical storm warning release states the following expected impacts: Potential impacts: Potential wind gusts up to 55 mph, …

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