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Myrtle Beach City Leaders apologize to Julian Betton

Julian Betton

“Blessed are the peacemakers,    for they will be called children of God“ Myrtle Beach City leaders, including Mayor Brenda Bethune and City Manager John Pedersen met privately with Julian Betton this Sunday morning, Pentacost Sunday. Betton is now paralyzed after being shot during a botched joint task, City of Myrtle Beach/Horry …

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City of Myrtle Beach among top brand failures 2020

Scores of big name brands filed for bankruptcy in the Spring of 2020. Among those are Bordon Dairy, Nieman Marcus, Hertz Car Rental, Dean and Deluca Grocers, J Crew, McClatchy News, and Pier 1 Imports. All of the big name failures, mentioned above, can point directly to the Coronavirus as …

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District 9 will elect a new Horry County Councilman

Today marks 14 days until the June 9th primaries. District 9 will be a key battleground district in the Horry County Council elections. Long-standing incumbent Paul Prince chose not to run for re-election. Voters have an opportunity for fresh, resident-minded ideas introduced to local government, if they choose to elect …

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Local reports hotel shooting Sunday night 12:25 a.m.

Hotel Shooting

Long-standing Myrtle Beach resident F. Glen Jolet Jr. is reporting a 12:25 a.m. shooting at the Landmark Hotel located at 1501 S Ocean Blvd, in the City of Myrtle Beach. One person has died from their injuries following the shooting, Myrtle Beach police spokesperson Cpl. Vest said. Ocean Blvd. Sunday …

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Shooting in City of Myrtle Beach – Memorial Weekend


Several people were injured late Saturday night, May 23rd, as a result of a shooting on Ocean Blvd, according to Cpl. Tom Vest with Myrtle Beach Police. Police were called just after 12:30 a.m. to the area of 12th Ave. N for reports of a shooting, Vest said. Police on …

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