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How safe is the Myrtle Beach area?

Setting the record straight on the Myrtle Beach area crime rankings

The Myrtle Beach area has long ranked high as a top family vacation destination, as well as a great place to relocate and retire. For those who have visited or who call the area home, this comes as no surprise.

What does come as a surprise to many is that Myrtle Beach made an internet list as one of the country’s 100 most dangerous cities.

What this online report does not include are all relevant statistical details about the Myrtle Beach area, thereby resulting in incomplete and skewed statistics.

This video is an attempt to present the data in a more comprehensive manner to better illustrate that Myrtle Beach is a safe place to vacation, live, work or retire.

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EVOLVE Series - Managing Multiple Generations in the Workplace

Join us for the latest session in our Educated Voices On Leading and Valuing Equity (EVOLVE) Series. This is a series of education sessions covering topics on diversity, equity and inclusion. The EVOLVE series is presented by our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council and sponsored by TD Bank.

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October 12, 2021

Four Ways Your Business Can be a Magnet for Great Employees

If you’re a business owner or manager in Myrtle Beach, chances are you’ve run up against the tight labor market. It’s been a painful and difficult reality in many industries; thankfully, however, there are signs of hope that things are moving in the right direction. 

S.C. Gov Henry McMaster stands at podium surrounded by people
October 5, 2021

Gov. Henry McMaster Announces Plans to Expand I-73

In press conference Monday, Gov. Henry McMaster was joined by S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Secretary Christy Hall, members of the General Assembly, and local Horry County elected officials to call for the expansion of Interstate 73 (I-73) in South Carolina. The governor’s proposed...