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Taking Names and Presenting Facts

The article posted by David L. Hucks yesterday on MyrtleBeachSC.com exposing the name of the owners of a local motel,  which was the focus of an investigation and a subsequent drug bust, has brought a lot of attention regarding the writers intention. Reader participation has brought a slew of interesting …

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UNSPEAKABLE: Hotel Group Makes News

The Brittain Resort group makes up a collection of 11 property managed resorts along the Grand Strand. Its owner, Matthew Brittain, manages these condos for condo owners living in other states who chose to purchase a rental in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Locals believe, as Brittain Resort Hotels goes, so goes …

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People Empowering People – Meet Tom Swatzel

Welcome to our first installation of the weekly series of People Empowering People. As you have read over the past few months, our misssion is Empowering YOU, our community of readers and leaders. We will be interviewing the movers and shakers across our area and asking them questions of what …

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DRC LEADER BUYS ANOTHER DOWNTOWN PROPERTY

Lot Purchased At Chester And 8th. Noam Pyade Latest Purchased Property On January 21st, Downtown Redevelopment Board member Noam Pyade continued his ongoing purchases of distressed and harassed downtown properties. As we first reported last August, Mr. Pyade quietly began purchasing properties in DRC designated prime Myrtle Beach areas in …

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SCDOT TO HOLD MEETING IN LORIS

SCDOT

US Highway 701 North of Loris Widening Project Horry County, South Carolina Public Information Meeting Tuesday, February 12, 2019 5-7 PM at Loris Elementary School 901 SC-9 Business in Loris, SC Meeting: The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), in conjunction with Horry County, will hold a Public Information Meeting …

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After Reversing Itself: Surfside Beach Council Fights Legal Fees

The Honorable Larry B. Hyman, Jr.  ruled in Conway court today that the City of Surfside Beach will need to appear in court to legally challenge outstanding legal fees the city incurred after passing an ordinance which, if not reversed, would have cost all Surfside Beach residents their flood insurance …

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