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Is Myrtle Beach ready for change?

" Hiring Benchmark Consulting and creating opportunity zones are two admissions by the city, itself, that some changes are needed. The question remains...

LAWSUIT: Henrietta Golding cheated bank and clients

A high profile and highly acclaimed malpractice attorney has filed charges against Henrietta Golding, formerly of the McNair Law Firm. A...

Myrtle Beach Slips While North Myrtle Beach Soars

Editorial - Mande Wilkes While taxes in the City of Myrtle Beach climb ever higher, neighboring North Myrtle Beach just approved a tax decrease.  Whereas the City...

John Pedersen & city sued for ‘Public smear campaign’

The former Ibiza Club and Natalie’s Bar & Grill have joined in the seemingly unending legal fights against the city of...

Two Coastal Cities On Tilt

Tuesday, March 26th witnessed two coastal towns, Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach, equally in full tilt. Myrtle Beach City Council authorized the city of...

Myrtle Beach continues to run Horry County

With today's city council vote, one of the least transparent cities in America continues its forty year run controlling Horry County. Horry...

Carotti worked to influence SLED investigation

Publisher's Opinion Emails between Horry County Attorney Arrigo Carotti and State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) agents last January run the gamet from "1970's Deep...

County Council To Weigh Future Of Eldridge & I- 73

On Monday at 6 p.m. Horry County Council will hold a special session to discuss the future of the SCDOT/I-73 contract. The agenda also...

Mande Wilkes considers District 107 seat

On Wednesday, Fitsnews of Columbia informed local residents about Alan Clemmons' pursuit of a new job as Myrtle Beach City Attorney. ...

Residents pressured by local reps and city to pay for I-73

Last December, in a last minute blitz as he left office, County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus worked a grand compromise among other...

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