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Hospitality Fee Wars: City of MB hands Horry County its lunch

County Councilman Johnny Vaught called a meeting for this Saturday at 5 p.m. where he hopes to get clarity from Horry County Treasurer Angie...

Sources: Former Chairman knew Wednesday’s events in detail hours before council meeting happened

Sources having breakfast at the Myrtle Beach Snak Shak located at 5211 N Kings Hwy in the city of Myrtle Beach, SC...

Residents rally to end the drama of Myrtle Beach running our county

"Horry County residents continually face issues that include: over-development, coastal flooding, private agendas (I-73), TDF (tourist tax) monies not accounted for, local...

UNPROFESSIONAL: County Admin hiring process moved to illegal secret interviews

Working with the Beach Coalition, we will stop their supply line and cut off their funding. Despite resident efforts to get accountable government,...

Flood survivors demand county address these eight concerns

Horry County local April Thomas is a core member of United Flooded States of America. #UnitedFloodedStatesofAmerica The group believes the flooding we...

As activists divide, hiring process transparency becomes critical

On Wednesday at 1 p.m. Horry County Council will interview five candidates for the position of Horry County Administrator. It is the top...

Jon Caime gets County Admin endorsement from District 14 State Rep

Laurens County Administrator Jon Caime is one of the five remaining candidates for Horry County Administrator to be interviewed by Horry County Council this...

Leadership vs. Management: Why it matters in Admin hire

Operating a $500 million plus annual budget, leading a team of one of the largest employers in the county, and deciding what resources are...

Gardner brings accountability and transparency to Admin hiring process

The five candidates interviewing for Horry County Administrator include: S.C House Representative Alan Clemmons, Interim Horry County Administrator Steve Gosnell, Laurens County...

City Insiders – “We are not as bad as tourists say we are.”

There is an old saying in business, "Shop owners often don't see their own dirt." Business consultants say we get used to our environment and...

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