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Summer Tourism Slows Dramatically

Few Tourists On The Beach August 8th.  Summer Tourism Slows RECENT JELLYFISH STINGS STATED AS POSSIBLE REASONS FOR SLOW WEEK   Myrtle Beach city beaches were down today  over the past few weeks as summer tourism slows by half.  Video taken just south of the Crown Reef resort showed only …

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Video Journalist Myrtle Beach Area Needed

Video Journalist Myrtle Beach Area Needed Job Title: Video Journalist (Reporter) – MyrtleBeachSC.com Requisition Number: 178419MBSC Location: United States – Myrtle Beach, SC Area of Interest: Video/Programming, Video News Production, News Position Types: Full Time/Part Time/or Freelance SUMMARY The reporter’s role in the newsroom is to take an idea and turn it in to …

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Pardon Our Interruption: MyrtleBeachSC.com Cyber Attacked

Corporate News

If you regularly follow MyrtleBeachSC.com,  you will note that our ability to report was completely shut down several times in 2016. MYRTLEBEACHSC.COM WORKS FOR OUR READERS IN HOLDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE Our services were interrupted for the 8th time by cyber attacks last week. In This Last July Round of attacks against …

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Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Found Not Certified

Myrtle Beach Lifeguards

A lifeguard contracted with Lacks Beach Service asleep at his post in July Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Suspended Myrtle Beach has been invaded by hordes of  Jellyfish just this week.  Over 100 stings from Jellyfish have sent visiting children to Myrtle Beach lifeguard stands for treatment in the past 3 days. Myrtle Beach’s Sun …

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The Coming I 73 Head On Collision

I 73

Chamber of Commerce Puts All Out Media Blitz for I 73 The City of North Myrtle Beach voted yesterday to recommend the construction of I 73.   The city of Myrtle Beach had already cast such a vote earlier this year. With a Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce highly organized …

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Jellyfish Invasion Indicates Unhealthy Waters: Beaches Requested Closed

Jellyfish Invasion

Lifeguards request Myrtle Beach Closed temporarily from Jellyfish Invasion Jellyfish Stings Widely Reported UPDATE TO ALL: THE SWIMMING BAN HAS NOW BEEN EXTENDED THROUGHOUT TODAY (AUG 1st) UNTIL 8 p.m. Yesterday,  lifeguards requested beaches in  Myrtle Beach closed  temporarily because of high numbers of jellyfish stings experienced by swimmers.  Lifeguards in …

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