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Town Says Good-Bye To Brad Dean

An invitation only crowd of Myrtle Beach dignitaries will meet at the Marina Inn at Grand Dunes to officially say thank you and good-bye...

Horry County Requests Surfside Beach Change Election Dates

Sandra Martin, Director of the Horry County Registration and Elections Commission, sent a formal letter to the Surfside Beach town council requesting that the...

Myrtle Beach Police Chief Investigates Private Business Owners’ Employee Outfits

An email sent from Myrtle Beach Police Chief Amy Prock to Myrtle Beach City Manager John Pedersen and Downtown Redevelopment Corporation Executive Director Lauren...

Merchants Launch Myrtle Beach Jewish Chamber Of Commerce

A group of long standing and multi-generational Myrtle Beach merchants announced last week that they are launching the Myrtle Beach Jewish Chamber of Commerce. ...

Promising Continued Height Restrictions, Scoles Wins Surfside Election

After going on local radio station, WRNN, and distancing herself from the Political Action Group, Surfside Strong,  Debbie Scoles easily won the run-off race...

Status Conference Set in Skydive Myrtle Beach Owners Lawsuits

Paul Gable of the Grand Strand Daily A status conference has been set for next month in federal tort claims lawsuits brought individually by the...

Tomorrow’s Surfside Beach Election Is Critical For City’s Future

No Surfside Beach election has seen more drama than the run-off between Tim Courtney and Debbie Scoles which will be held tomorrow.  While candidate...

CITY RESIDENTS SET UP GO FUND ME PAGE TO FIGHT CHAMBER

All involved say that the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber has no intentions of actually going into court.  Their intentions are, through ongoing filings and...

Surfside Strong’s Vision Turns Surfside Into Myrtle Beach

Surfside Strong’s backers have no areas left to exploit in Myrtle Beach.  They are hoping to move their high-rise minded efforts just South. On April...

Karon Versus Goliath

An overwhelming force, which included 15 of the most powerful people along the Grand Strand, did a "no holds barred" attack on life-long Myrtle...

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