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Well Regarded Pastor Confronts Mayor About Crime

Myrtle Beach is ranked the 17th highest city in America for crime by Neighborhood Scout.  However, there seems to be a disconnect between city leadership and the local residents in regards to the problems and the solutions. Such was strongly reflected in this week’s city council meeting as Tim McCray, a well …

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Horse Lovers “Show Up” To Address Beach Riding Ban

A group of Horse Enthusiasts recently banned from riding their horses on the beach inside the city limits showed up in force at yesterday’s Myrtle Beach City Council meeting. The city began enforcing a 2011 enacted code on the request of City Manager John Pedersen this past January 2016, with officers turning riders …

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Chinese To Invest $100 Million In 60 Days

“It’s the chosen few in Myrtle Beach government, seeking financing for the chosen few in Myrtle Beach business from the chosen few in China,”  said one local merchant. “But I don’t see anybody local or in the United States that’s doing anything. They talk about it, but then they’ve got …

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Panthers Make Carolinas Proud

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DENVER BRONCOS ON A WELL PLAYED GAME! Charlotte, N.C. is an  SC/NC border town, and as such, fans in Columbia, Rock Hill, Myrtle Beach and most all of S.C. consider the Panthers a “Home Team.” As such, today’s big game is a huge source of state pride. SO TELL US,  who …

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Chamber President Talks Chinese Investments on Al Jazeera Network

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber President Brad Dean recently gave an interview on the Arab owned Al Jazeera (America)  network about ongoing Chinese investments in the Myrtle Beach area market. MyrtleBeachSC.com has run several reports about the City of Myrtle Beach/B &C/Chamber of Commerce Chinese Investment plan.  We wrote just this week about how …

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Market Common Residents Avoid Ocean Boulevard

Myrtle Beach Hey Day

    “We hope by June to have a different look down there from 8th Avenue North to 3rd Ave South”  Bruce Boulineau, Director, Construction Services – City of Myrtle Beach   Market Common Residents refuse to shop downtown Ocean Boulevard restaurants, cafes and stores. Most say they avoid the area entirely. …

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