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McGinnis Wins District 56 – .0075 percent of the population voted

On a cold January 2nd day, candidate Tim McGinnis won the Horry County District 56  election with approximately 300 votes. This is perhaps the lowest...

Key Influencer – Carolina Forest

 CAROLINA FOREST RESIDENTS PROVE THE POWER OF ONLINE INFLUENCERS The Sun News reports that positive changes in Myrtle Beach oceanfront access parking for county residents...

FEDERAL JUDGE DEMANDS COUNTY PRODUCE ALLEGATIONS — — USED TO CLOSE POPULAR ATTRACTION

In our follow up to yesterday's article concerning businesses under attack by Myrtle Beach area politicians, a Federal Judge is now ordering Horry County to...

SC AND HORRY COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN FREE FALL

Horry County Attorney Arrigo Carroti recently reversed Horry County's position on 112 allegations the county used in 2015 to force a popular attraction, Skydive...

MBACC BRAD DEAN INFLUENCES GOVERNOR ON NEW HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER

Robert Meyerowitz of the Nerve lays out the influence Brad Dean had on newly selected highway commissioner.   Decision to replace Mike Wooten was made in...

State Corruption Probe Continues Says Judge

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber C.E.O Brad Dean and his political allies were dealt a blow this a.m. when Judge Knox McMahon ruled special prosecutor David...

Indicted Representative Helped Local Leaders Stay In Office

The Post and Courier Reported this week: State Rep. Rick Quinn used his public office as a multimillion-dollar money funnel that enriched his family’s...

Gas Tax Passed – Wooten Remains

Mike Wooten’s term expired 11 weeks ago, yet there he is Reader's Note:  Mike Wooten Finally Steps Down As Highway Commissioner By ROBERT MEYEROWITZ By a vote...

Berkeley County Threatens To Repeal Chamber Ad Tax – Chamber Under Federal Investigation

As Reported By Brenda Rindge [email protected] Berkeley County Council on Monday gave away more than $500,000 in tax money to groups promoting bass tournaments, a Catfish...

Health Department Reports Prove 2017 Myrtle Beach Swim Advisory

Tourist Illnesses Expected Again 2017 Repeated and numerous testing samples from the Summer 2016 Department of Health and Environmental control prove consistent ongoing high bacteria...

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