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The Myrtle Beach Post is getting a whole new look and purpose for the website and social media pages beginning this weekend. The web page will become the primary source of independent news and analysis for local residents on issues that affect the growth and prosperity of the Grand Strand and Horry County. But we won’t be your typical beach
Commentary by Audrey Hudson, editor It’s being billed as transparency in government, but when county council meets Wednesday to publicly interview candidates for the administrator job, the end result is destined to become political theater. Worse than the proverbial sausage factory, we might be privy to the slaughter. The rules announced by Horry County Chairman Johnny Gardner resemble a kangaroo
Disaster strikes when nine teams competing in the Great Food Truck Race arrive in Myrtle Beach to prepare a seafood dish. Did they forget the Old Bay seasoning? Undercook the fish? You’ll have to tune in Sunday night (tonight) at 9 p.m. on the Food Channel to find out. Also in episode one, titled “Rumble on the Boardwalk,” a chef
CONWAY — Gov. McMaster met with local officials here Friday to compare disaster readiness notes and let Horry County residents know the state is ready to lend a hand this hurricane season. Public safety officials conducted lane reversal practices Thursday on U.S. 501 and other major state highways to prepare for possible evacuations. The state is getting ready, and McMaster
Generous raises for county employees totaling $8.3 million means residents and businesses will have to fork over more money in property taxes and fees to pay for it. Horry County Council will cast their final vote on the raises included in the budget at their regular meeting Tuesday night at 6 p.m. in Conway. The proposed $533 million budget takes