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KEY VOTE LOOMING: 70% Of City Of Myrtle Beach Tourists Do Not Return

Tonight Horry County Council will vote on whether the county should use $350 million in Hospitality Tax dollars to fund I-73 from the county...

ATTEMPTED MURDER: Shooting At Ocean Reef Resort Sends One To Hospital

The Myrtle Beach Police Department said officers responded to a report of gunshots at the Ocean Reef Resort, located at 7100 North Ocean Boulevard,...

Tom Rice “Sort Of” Denies Wife’s Email Comparing Trump To Hitler

Cornered by a local reporter yesterday, U.S. 7th Congressional Incumbent Tom Rice attempted to deny his wife's email comparing former President Donald Trump to...

Attempted Murder: Shooting At Oceanfront Coffee House In Downtown Myrtle Beach

A Florence, S.C. man, Jamario Stevenson, 23, faces four criminal charges: attempted murder, unlawful carrying of a pistol, unlawful possession of a handgun and...

City Of Myrtle Beach Murders Are Up 4 To 1 Summer 2021

A Freedom of Information Act request by WBTW News shows that murders are up so far in 2021. The year still has two...

Mayor Bethune Makes Bizarre Statement on Employee Benefits. Extends Obamacare Enrollment Deadline

In a bizarre statement to retired and soon to retire Myrtle Beach City Employees, Mayor Brenda Bethune said today, “Just because you don’t hear...

Dillon & Horry County Residents Say No To I-73. Will Horry County Council Pull A Fast One?

The Dillon City Council voted on Monday night, October 11, 2021 to not support the current plans of completing I-73, which would connect Highway...

As A Life-Long Myrtle Beach Business Owner, Ho Takes Firm Stance Against Downtown Crime

Myrtle Beach Mayoral Candidate Gene Ho told a packed Market Common audience last night, "On day one, not when I take office, on day...

Dillon County Says “Stop I-73”

Today, the Dillon County Republican party made an online plea to Stop I-73. The county says the road will decimate Dillon's economy. THE...

Packed Market Common Arena Connects With Candidates For Myrtle Beach Mayor

A packed house of local residents in Market Common clearly connected with the candidates present debating the key unaddressed challenges facing the City...

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