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City Of Myrtle Beach Employee Turnover Three Times The National Average

The City of Myrtle Beach leads the nation in employee turnover. According to sources inside Human Resources with city government, employee turnover...

Myrtle Beach Police Officer Lifts Skirt Of Victim, Takes Non-Consensual Photos

 A lawsuit filed Feb. 5, 2021 states two Myrtle Beach police officers responded to an apartment complex on Hawthorne Lane to investigate a criminal...

North Myrtle Beach Votes For City Council Tomorrow

North Myrtle Beach will have a special election tomorrow to fill a council seat left vacant by former Councilman Bob Cavanaugh. There will be...

SC Legislators Working On Highway 9 Four Lane To I-95

S.C. State Representative William Bailey informed Governor Henry McMaster that he is in discussions with members of the General Assembly about a plan to...

Senator Rankin & Associates Sued For Dirtiest Campaign In S.C. History

S.C. Senator Luke Rankin, Horry County Councilman Tyler Servant, Trafalgar Group Political Consultant Robert Cahaly, MyHorryNews' Christian Buschult, The South Carolina Industry Project PAC,...

Horry County Solid Waste Votes 3% COLA Raise For Staff

At last night's Horry County Solid Waste Authority Board meeting, Jan Bitting asked the board to consider giving employees a 3% cost of...

North Myrtle Beach City Council Election Is This Tuesday

Ten Candidates are competing for the March 2nd North Myrtle Beach City Council Special Election. Listed below in alphabetical order are the North Myrtle...

State Director of the South Carolina DDSN Removed From Job

Problems continue with the bureaucrats at the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs. On Thursday, Mary Poole, the state director was suddenly removed...

Heartbeat Bill Becomes Law

Today, S.C. Governor Henry McMaster signed the Heartbeat Bill into law. Wrote S.C. Representative Steward Jones, "This was a monumental win in the war to...

This Week State Legislators Appointed A Suspect Judge

The state system continued to fail S.C. residents again this week in Columbia. South Carolina is one of two states in the U.S....

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