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Keith VanWinkle Announces As 2017 City Council Candidate

Myrtle Beach local Keith VanWinkle announced his intentions to run for Myrtle Beach City Council on July 10, 2017.  The event was held at 10 a.m. at Nance Plaza on what has historically been one of the busiest weeks of Myrtle Beach Summer peak season. Postings on social media yesterday, however, …

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Mark McBride Announces Run For 2017 Myrtle Beach Mayoral Race

Leveraging the latest in 2017 technology,  former Myrtle Beach Mayor Mark McBride announced his intentions to run for mayor this November on Facebook Live last night.  In his fifty one second announcement, McBride stated, “There are three issues in this election: public safety, public safety, and public safety.” CRIME AND …

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Hotel Guest Brutally Beaten And Robbed July 4th

Beach Walk Motel

On the morning of July 4th in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Ismail Omar Dickerson, 39, along with one unidentified male and one unidentified female beat and robbed a guest at the Beach Walk Motel on 1701 South Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, S.C. The victim told police he heard a …

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Friends Of Chamber Employ Social Media Strategy

Brad Dean

With over $32 million in un-audited tax welfare at stake,  friends of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce are employing a new social media strategy. Facing elections this November,  and with many of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber’s favored incumbents at risk,  friends of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber …

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Myrtle Beach Crime Makes Wall Street Journal

Tidal Wave

Shootings on the boardwalk,  in the area of downtown Myrtle Beach, have made the local news now for more than 2 years ongoing,  with the former police chief retiring in May under duress. Today,  Cameron McWhirter of the Wall Street Journal highlighted the issues for the entire nation. This just …

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