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Myrtle Beach Season Ends On A High

Myrtle Beach Summer

Myrtle Beach Season Ends Myrtle Beach Must Address Ocean Pollution To Have a Successful 2017 What has historically been the last big weekend of the Myrtle Beach season ends today Sunday,  August 14th.  The weekend turned out to be one of the busiest of the entire summer. With final 2016 numbers now coming …

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Market Common Cyclists Put Community First

Market Common Cyclists

Market Common Cyclists are choosing to put their health and their community first. There is a pace and a place for all riders  who come the Pee Dee organizers say A group of Market Common cyclists made up of residents,  Myrtle Beach residents, and even some tourists meet at Pee …

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Chinese Myrtle Beach Investments Start Unraveling

Chinese Investors Myrtle Beach

CHINESE MYRTLE BEACH INVESTMENTS SHAKY WITH FIRST COURSE CLOSING CHINESE MYRTLE BEACH INVESTMENTS COULD COST HOMEOWNERS $10 BILLION In a sign of what most locals have expected,  Chinese Myrtle Beach investments took a hit today with the news that Black Bear Golf Club has closed.  “No Trespassing” signs have been …

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Woman Sexually Assaulted On Beach At Boardwalk

Myrtle Beach

A Woman Was Raped In Myrtle Beach On The Beach At The Boardwalk After parking her car on First Avenue South at 3:30 a.m.,  a woman was raped in Myrtle Beach and robbed on the beach Tuesday.  She had intended on a moonlight walk  in front of the boardwalk near the …

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County Residents Boycott Myrtle Beach

Horry County

      Horry County residents have now put up a Facebook page boycotting the  City of Myrtle Beach. Over 1,000 locals have  joined the Facebook page in the past days.  The boycott stems from parking fees collected by the city of Myrtle Beach on behalf of a group called the …

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As City Plans Events, Residents Weigh Free Parking Lawsuit

DRC Downtown TakeOver

A private/public concern called the DRC,  Downtown Redevelopment Corporation,  has taken the leadership role in planning future downtown Myrtle Beach events.   Yet,  even while a transition to the DRC  is just getting off the ground local residents weigh free parking issues that may lead to a lawsuit against the city …

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