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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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Mayor Seeks I-73 Funding In China

Local WBTW Channel 13 News has just reported that the Mayor and County Councilman Mark Lazarus are in the middle of a 16 day trip to China.  While the T.V. station stated it had no records which indicated what the agenda would be for that trip,  locals have reported to our …

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Transitions – Glenn Frey

It was shocking to hear the news today that Eagles front man Glenn Frey had died.   He was one of the great voices of all things baby boomers. 2015 was a year of endings  for America.  With the early 2016 deaths of both David Bowie and Glenn Frey,  the “me” generation is …

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40 Ton Rare Right Whale Sighted

  In the last week,  just off our coast,  a rare right whale has been sighted near Folly Beach, S.C. These 40 ton right whales historically winter in the warmer waters here,  give birth and then head back north navigating treacherous shipping lanes. Folly Beach, which is just two hours south …

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2016 Myrtle Beach Will Scan Every License Plate Entering City

The City of Myrtle Beach plans to install stationary license plate readers to record the plates of cars entering and exiting the city at eight major gateways  by Memorial Day weekend.  Myrtle Beach police say they need the plate readers to help them battle crime. Some area tourists we spoke …

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