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Top 20 Myrtle Beach Stories 2016

Ocean Bacteria Illness

Mass Murders and Beach Bacteria Were Among the Top 20 Myrtle Beach Stories 2016 Happy 2017.  Let’s hope Myrtle Beach fairs better this year.  In 2016,  Myrtle Beach stories included a viral 78-year-old woman murdered at a popular shopping mall and beach water pollution that caused 63 reported illnesses in …

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Shootings Continue City-Wide Over Christmas

Christmas in Myrtle Beach

  Gun violence continues city-wide over Christmas as November and December become high profile months of public shootings E.U. Study shows direct relationship between high crime on the streets and political corruption. Three more people were shot the morning of Christmas Eve at 3rd Avenue Sports Bar & Grill in …

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Chamber Used $60K In Tourism Tax Dollars To Pay Money Launderer

Jim Merrill Brad Dean Money Laundering

John Crangle Says More Arrests Likely Online records show the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber used $60K in tourism tax dollars to pay money launderer accused by Solicitor Pascoe. S.C. Representative Jim Merrill was indicted this past week on 30 counts of ethics violations by S.C. Special Prosecutor David Pascoe. Pascoe …

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20 Thousand Condo Owners Discuss Organizing

Myrtle Beach Condo Owners

Condo owners told us their chief concerns with Myrtle Beach city government centered around having no say in critical issues that affected their condo rentals and future property values. Key issues in 2016 included:  Beach bacteria pollution,  5 oceanfront drownings in Myrtle Beach in 2016 – some under the watch …

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Local Leader Attacked By Travel Writer

Chamber of Commerce Fake News

Local Leader Attacked By Travel Writer After speaking out last week against Mayor John Rhodes and Myrtle Beach city council  concerning the rights of tourists and Myrtle Beach residents,  S.C. leader Skip Hoagland has been stalked and attacked by a travel writer.  John Buchanan is the founder and editor of TravelzineMiami. …

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United States Lifesaving Association Says Myrtle Beach Unreliable

Mikease McFarland

  United States Lifesaving Association Says Myrtle Beach Unreliable This past September 2016, the leading national lifeguard advisory group in America informed  Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes and Myrtle Beach  City Council that its system of guarding Myrtle Beach city beaches is an “unreliable means of protecting swimmers.” The letter, …

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