Home / News (page 30)

News

Chamber Puppet Gets 31% Score On Environment

Greg Duckworth is the incumbent in District 104.  District 104 encompasses the North Myrtle Beach area.  Rep. Duckworth has voted in lock step with the MYRTLE Beach Chamber of Commerce, however. His logic has been that the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber is strong on tourism. If tourism is the key …

Read More »

Journalist Sues Horry County Over FOIA

Local Investigative Journalist Paul Gable, of the GrandStrandDaily.com, is suing Horry County.  Gable is a well known and highly regarded local journalist who has actively covered the lawsuit case between Horry County Treasurer, Angie Jones, and Horry County. Jones chose to drop that case this past Spring. On May 3rd,  …

Read More »

Teachers, Fireman, Policeman Campaign For Gardner

The Peanut Warehouse held the Horry County Stampede this past Saturday. Firemen, County Policemen, and Horry County teachers showed up in support of life-long local, Johnny Gardner. Gardner is running for Horry County Council Chairman.  His opponent is Mark Lazarus.  The election will be held June 12th throughout Horry County. …

Read More »

DISTRICT 2’s BILL HOWARD

SPONSORED CONTENT Bill Howard is a life-long Horry County resident and businessman.  The father of five children and grandfather of nine, Howard is running for re-election in District 2. Horry County District 2 includes the City of Myrtle Beach north from 38th Avenue North, Briarcliffe Acres, Carolina Forest borded by Augusta Plantation …

Read More »

William Bailey Connects At Tidewater

Bailey at Tidewater

Candidate for House District 104, William Bailey, spoke to the concerns and interests of the residents at Tidewater this week. House District 104 is up for election on June 12th.  The district includes the city of North Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas of Longs, Little River, and the northern …

Read More »

The Democratic Choice June 12th Is Phil Noble

Noble Endorsement

Horry and Georgetown County Democrats have several options for Governor this June 12th, but after careful evaluation, MyrtleBeachSC believes there is really only one true choice for fixing the stronghold issues that have plagued our state for generations – and may be able to win. That choice is Phil Noble. …

Read More »