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Little River Blue Crab Festival this weekend

Blue Crab Festival

Make sure to attend the Little River Blue Crab festival this weekend. Located at the Historic Little River Waterfront, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival is one of the largest festivals in the Southeast with many visitors planning their vacation around this landmark event. The festival features live beach music, …

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Mitchell drops MBACC lawsuit

Karon Mitchell dropped her lawsuit filed against the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) this week without prejudice. The lawsuit claimed MBACC used “insider”, crony companies to purchase advertising. Those advertising purchases were paid using tax payer funded dollars. Mitchell dropped the lawsuit without prejudice, meaning she can re-file …

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SC Senate Passes Energy Freedom Act

Conservatives for clean energy

(Columbia, SC) – Conservatives for Clean Energy (CCE) South Carolina issued the following statement highlighting the passage of the South Carolina Energy Freedom Act. This landmark clean energy bill will provide more energy choice, increase competition within the state energy market and expand rooftop solar energy by removing the existing 2% …

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How Charlotte fixed its downtown government issues

In March 2018, the Wall Street Journal reported: The under-40 set took majority control of the Charlotte, N.C. City Council last fall with new priorities for one of America’s fastest-growing cities. One was to live-stream meetings. Another was banishing the term millennial. “We made a conscious effort to abandon the …

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NMB Farmers Market opens Monday, May 6th

The North Myrtle Beach Farmers Market opens Monday, May 6 at 925 1st Avenue South, between the North Myrtle Beach Library and City Hall.  The Market will be open 10:00 .a.m. – 3:00 p.m. each Monday through October 28. The Market offers vegetables, fruits, baked goods, flowers, plants, seafood, artisan crafts, jams …

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