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Myrtle Beach locals say NO to John Krajc re-election

Should Myrtle Beach City Councilman John Krajc and Debbie Conner end up in a run-off, Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune must make a choice. Cross...

Myrtle Beach Downtown Alliance announces change in leadership

A press release put out by the Myrtle Beach Downtown Alliance today announced the departure of Amy Barrett. Myrtle Beach, SC – March 2,...

Old Presbyterian Church redevelopment effort based on ROAR themed attraction

The First Presbyterian Church has long since moved onto Bob Grissom Parkway, leaving the Highway 17 location abandoned. The church building stands vacant since...

“Woke” Myrtle Beach considers vague hate crime rule

Myrtle Beach City Government is considering a hate crime rule, but specifics defining what constitutes hate crimes and hate crime speech remain vague. The city's...

City of Myrtle Beach ranks top 3 SC city by LGBTQ index

In a release to local media today, the City of Myrtle Beach stated: Myrtle Beach again increased its score on the annual LGBTQ+...

Almost Every Resident In District 7 Supported Trump Before Fry

Russell Fry is the founder and president of Crescent Communications, a Myrtle Beach-based political marketing and consulting agency. In 2016, during the midst of what...

Michael Reichenbach Defeats Jay Jordan In S.C. Senate Race

Florence Republican Mike Reichenbach defeated House Representative Jay Jordan tonight in the State District 31 Senate Republican primary race according to final, unofficial results. The...

MBPD Investigates Suspicious Fire At Montego Inn

Myrtle Beach police are asking for help identifying a person who may be able to identify the perpetrator of a suspicious fire at the...

Mayor Who Wants Dirty Myrtle Tag Discontinued, Distributes The Beer.

The Sun News published an article this week titled: Myrtle Beach doesn’t want to be ‘Dirty Myrtle’ anymore. Is anyone listening? In the article, Myrtle...

With Columbia’s Election, Myrtle Beach Becomes 2nd Most Liberal City In S.C.

Historically, Charleston leads the state in liberal politics. Traditionally, the 10 year trend has been: Charleston (most liberal)Columbia, S.C. (very liberal)Myrtle Beach ...

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