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Man Falls To His Death From Camelot Hotel

Camelot Hotel

  Copycat suicide location A 69-year-old Conway, S.C. man jumped to his death on April 13th  at 1 p.m. from the balcony of Camelot By The Sea Hotel. This after two teenaged girls fell from this same hotel just over one week prior. Records obtained by MyrtleBeachSC.com show that the Camelot …

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County Councilman Considers Casinos In Myrtle Beach

Casino Grandma

    The Charleston Post &  Courier reported yesterday Horry County Councilman Mark Lazarus’ statements on building casinos in Myrtle Beach:  “I think it’s something worth looking at,” Lazarus said.   The National Association of Realtors found “the impact of casinos on neighboring property values is unambiguously negative.” This is …

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Town Mourns Teens Who Fell To Their Deaths

Camelot Hotel

Amber Franco – Honor Student – Facebook     As humans,  we design devices with precise purpose and high function.   We take pride and glory  as we love and celebrate what we have created.  Even more so it is with God.  Amber and Daniela were created with great purpose. …

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Bruce Boulineau Promoted To Assistant City Manager

Bruce Boulineau

  FORMER CITY CONSTRUCTION DIRECTOR PROMOTED TO ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER   Bruce Boulineau to step in as Assistant City Manager effective April 14   In an email to city staff,  City Manager John Pedersen announced the promotion of current city construction director Bruce Boulineau to Assistant City Manager.   Ron …

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Councilman Randal Wallace Campaigns

Randal Wallace

  Councilman Randal Wallace campaigned in front of a small group of 26 locals yesterday at Myrtle Beach’s  Flapjacks Restaurant.   Myrtle Beach City Councilman Randal Wallace kicked off the Fall 2017  election cycle yesterday speaking to a small group of locals.  Mr. Wallace has served Myrtle Beach for over …

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Reports Reveal Myrtle Beach Debt Problems

Dune Repair Needed

Myrtle Beach City Government Carries High Debt And A $188 Million Annual Operating Budget. City Attorney, Tom Ellenburgh stated,”If they (the media) want to pitch a fit, let them.” Chief Financial Officer, Mike Shelton, informed the Mayor and Myrtle Beach City Council yesterday that the city of Myrtle Beach is …

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