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Destination North Myrtle Beach Asks For Resident Input Into 10 Year Plan

Destination North Myrtle Beach is asking residents to provide input for a 10 year plan. The goal of this plan is to work with...

Blue Crab Festival Celebrating 40 Years May 14th

The Little River Blue Crab Festival will be held May 14th and 15th. MyrtleBeachSC News attends and covers the event annually. Located at the...

Rain Likely For NMB Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

The North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade is a parade that celebrates the Irish culture and heritage. The parade is organized by the...

North Myrtle Beach Tourist Lillian Carte caught this great footage of Dolphins playing just offshore.

North Myrtle Beach tourist Lillian Carter captured this outstanding video of a dolphin playing offshore of our coast. The video was uploaded to Facebook on...

Page Merger Makes MyrtleBeachSC News Largest Media Fan Page In Myrtle Beach DMA

After a recent business trip to Dallas, Texas, MyrtleBeachSC News Publisher, David Hucks, decided to merge it's two similar Facebook pages. Both pages were...

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HIRING POLICE OFFICERS

The North Myrtle Beach Police Department is currently taking applications for Police Officers. The starting salary is $43,200. North Myrtle Beach is rated one of...

FACEMASKS REQUIRED IN NORTH MYRTLE BEACH CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

In a statement to media released to the press today, the City of North of Myrtle Beach announced Face-masks will now be required in...

How to Add Value to your Home

Adding value to your home is a wise investment. Whether you are looking to sell now, or simply live a more luxurious life, while...

Probation Agency Names Horry Woman As Support Staff Person of the Year

The South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) announced its annual Employee Award Winners in November. The recipient of the 2021...

NMB Passes Resolution For $1.7 Million To I-73, But Restrictions Make Funding Unlikely

North Myrtle Beach City Council members adopted a resolution stating their intent to contribute $1.7 million annually for an as-yet-to-be-determined number of years toward the...

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