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Watercooler Wednesday at Buoys on the Boulevard


WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave, Seth, David ( and Paul are ON-SITE at “Buoy’s” in North Myrtle. The restaurant tried to open on Monday but was shut down by State Law Enforcement Division for violating the Governor’s Executive Order. We’re discussing the hypocrisy of Henry McMaster…just days earlier he was at a …

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Area beaches open up for tourists

Surfside Beach

On Tuesday, Horry County, Georgetown County, North Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach governments voted to allow short-term rentals beginning this Friday, May 1st. Myrtle Beach City Council is expected to hold an emergency meeting about short-term rentals on Thursday. With the beaches in Pawleys Island, Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach …

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Our readers speak. Time to re-open S.C.

Melissa Martin, Ph.D

Melissa Martin, Self-syndicated columnist                                                             Wheelersburg, Ohio Dear Editor: ### Is it time to reopen the beaches and oceans? Humans are missing beaches. No matter what country or what coastline, people love ocean waves and sunny days. What mysteries abound in salty waters? What induces the desire to stroll along in …

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Study: Myrtle Beach economy hardest hit in nation

Myrtle Beach

Ecommerce website Volusion ranks the City of Myrtle Beach the number one midsized metro cities in America in a report of cities with the most impacted workforces during coronavirus. Retail, leisure, and hospitality accounts for 42.7% of all workers in Myrtle Beach. Writes volusion: Overall, the share of workers in …

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How Alan Clemmons botched beach opening in Myrtle Beach

Alan Clemmons

“Perhaps checking in with the City Manager or Mayor of his district would have been a wise first move.“ Representative Alan Clemmons represents Myrtle Beach District 107. The South end of Myrtle Beach is a neglected, run down area along the coast of S.C. On April 17, Rep. Clemmons sent a …

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