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Armed & Dangerous North Myrtle Beach Suspect Taken Into Custody

July 21, NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – An armed & dangerous suspect is now in custody after an early morning officer-involved shooting. William Joshua Alston was...

Brian Sweeney And Attorney Val Guest Compete In June 28th Runoff

The Burgess area, Surfside Beach District 106 House seat is headed to a June 28th runoff. Brian Sweeney is a Freedom Caucus minded conservative. ...

How to Get Involved in Politics: Civic Engagement Tips for Every Citizen

Politics can be a confusing and complex topic, especially for first-time voters. However, it is essential to become civically engaged if you want to...

Lazarus and Developers Work To Unseat Current Council Chairman Over CFA Changes

City of Myrtle Beach resident, Mark Lazarus is making it known that he has full intentions of running against Horry County Council Chairman Johnny...

S.C. Senator Hugh Leatherman Dies

South Carolina's most powerful state politician has died. State Sen. Hugh Leatherman died Friday at the age of 90. Leatherman died at his home in Florence,...

Shooting On 76th In Myrtle Beach Injures One

Myrtle Beach Police are investigating after one person was injured in a shooting Monday morning. Officers responded to the shooting around 11:20 a.m. in the...

New Report: S.C. Leads The Nation In Bad Roads

Despite a 12 cents per gallon gas tax passed by the S.C. legislature in 2017, S.C. leads the nation in bad roads...

Rankin – Hembree – Leatherman Kill Constitutional Carry

Horry County Senator Luke Rankin led the charge in killing a bill that would guarantee Horry County residents their constitutional right to carry. North Myrtle...

Arrigo Carotti & Dennis DiSabato Have Explaining To Do On County’s Legal Fees

Horry County residents were stunned last night when Councilman Dennis DiSabato abruptly asked for an adjournment of council session before key items were to...

Mayor Brenda Bethune Extends Covid Emergency Declaration Until May 31st

Most Grand Strand cities dropped their emergency mandates months ago. However, Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune is extending the city’s COVID-19 civil emergency declaration through...

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