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SC Midwives Rally at State House Tomorrow

SC Midwives

COLUMBIA – South Carolina Licensed Midwives and their supporters will rally at the South Carolina State House 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16 to demand equal access to hospitals and higher level care for their mother and baby patients. The public is invited to attend and show …

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Wednesday Watercooler Jan 15th

Watercooler

WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave and David (MyrtleBeachSC.com) are ON-SITE in Mount Pleasant on a very dangerous, very busy road. The politicians are back in the Statehouse for the 2020 legislative session. Up for debate? New Jersey-style toll roads. Property tax hikes. And mandating charging stations for tourist’s electric cars at our …

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Watercooler Wednesday kicks off 2020

Watercooler

Watercooler Wednesday kicks off 2020 with Dave, Seth and David (MyrtleBeachSC.com) ON-SITE at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach. We’re talking about how state politicians continue to illegally funnel our money for their pet projects through the budget. We’re discussing a disturbing trend in SC of local governments passing …

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Socastee Flood family endorses Jeremy Halpin 2020

Jeremy Halpin

June 9th is a critical date for Socastee, S.C. and other Horry County precincts. Republican primary voters turn out on that date. In Horry County, winning the Republican primary is paramount. Today Jeremy Halpin announced his intentions to run for Horry County Council District 6th in the June 9th primary. …

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3 of 4 Major Downtown Restaurants Close

Larry Bond

Larry Bond was the “it” guy for all things City of Myrtle Beach approved businesses. Lauded by Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune and City Manager John Pedersen, the city considered Bond its leading role model. As of December, three of Bond’s four restaurants are now closed. Phone numbers are disconnected. …

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