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100 CCU Students Register For Empowered Conference In 2 Hours

Friday night, over one hundred students at Coastal Carolina University registered for the Empowered Conference.  The Empowered Conference is a grass roots, county-wide conference held to Empower local Horry County residents.   Empowered Conference Among the featured speakers will be President Trump’s key adviser Corey Lewandowski.  https://www.myrtlebeachsc.com/empowered Seating is limited, but …

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Myrtle Beach Holiday Shopping

Traveling During the Holidays? 5 Reasons to Visit Myrtle Beach When people think about a vacation in Myrtle Beach, it typically involves a trip during spring break or over the summer holidays. It seems like this beach town is associated with warm days in the sun or eating ice cream …

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2018 Local Year In Review

The crushing political defeats of Mark Lazarus, Greg Duckworth, and the Tourist Tax in North Myrtle Beach would likely lead in a normal year,  however 2018 was not normal by any means.  The biggest news story of 2018 was the departure of Brad Dean, C.E.O. of the Myrtle Beach Area …

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Courts: Myrtle Beach City Government Now Legally Pursued

John Pedersen

The city of Myrtle Beach is accused of allegedly using police intimidation, city code enforcement and scare tactics before forcing a bar in the Superblock to close its doors.  Lawsuit filed. Another to be filed this month.  Are the predatory tactics used by city leaders finally catching up with them? When …

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FORMER SCDOT WOOTEN SUES FITSNEWS

Mike Wooten, former chairman of the S.C. State Department of Transportation commission is suing a Columbia, S.C. based political news website claiming the site damaged his reputation with false accusations that he was involved in scandal and corruption at the agency.  Wooten filed the libel suit in a S.C. Circuit Court …

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Holiday Travel Tips In and Around Myrtle Beach

By Donna Fitzgerald Whether you’re visiting family and friends during the holidays or just want to escape colder weather, Myrtle Beach is a popular travel destination, especially during the holiday season. Here are some holiday travel tips to consider when visiting Myrtle Beach. Watch The Weather While the weather changes …

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RUSH TO APPROVE: WOOTEN’S BEAR CLAW REZONING

Tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 13, 2018,  Horry County Council @ 6 p.m., Mike Wooten’s team will be pressing county councilmen to approve zoning changes his group wants on Highway 90’s Bear Claw Tract Scenic Preserve. A community meeting was held last Thursday concerning this request. The zoning changes will allow 1446 …

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Residents Call On Alan Wilson To Investigate Rep. Brian White

DO YOU BELIEVE WAYS AND MEANS CHAIRMAN BRIAN WHITE SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED?  TELL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE CLICK HERE DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY  By RICK BRUNDRETT of the Nerve As chairman of the S.C. House Ways and Means Committee, Rep. Brian White exerts considerable control over the multibillion-dollar state budget that affects the lives …

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