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As Dean Resigns, City Seeks Balance

On the day Myrtle Beach celebrated 80 years as a city,  Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce C.E.O. Brad Dean announced his resignation. While the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has played a key role in the city since the 1950’s, the era that began in 2009 witnessed the …

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Myrtle Beach Turns 80

Myrtle Beach Skywheel

Myrtle Beach – The Sun, The Fun, … a day at the beach.  On March 12th, the city by the sea turned 80. Happy Birthday Miss Myrtle! Through the years, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has been called America’s family beach.  Here is a look at her history. In the late …

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Wayne Gray Sounds Off On Burroughs And Chapin

Outspoken liberal Democrat, and former Myrtle Beach City Councilman, Wayne Gray, wrote an article circulating social media this week. Gray’s family history in Myrtle Beach extends back on his father’s side to Philip Gray, who founded Grayco and Genco in the 1950s. Locals and local leaders are curious as to …

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Market Common 3rd Annual Open House A Success

Market Common Open House

The Myrtle Beach Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium held its 3rd Annual Market Common Open house on Saturday, March 10th. The event featured music, food, vendors, entertainment, and door prizes.  The event ran from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and was highly attended by residents from all across Myrtle Beach. This annual …

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Mitchells Win

Judge Benjamin H Culbertson ruled yesterday that Jack Isaiah Rabon’s mediation settlement with Kyle and Karon Mitchell be immediately thrown out on grounds that Rabon worked with a local lawyer  to defraud the Mitchells. The Sun News reported last Fall 2017: Court documents filed in early September allege that Jack Isaiah …

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