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9:22 am on Thursday January 3, 2013

Reunion planned for Myrtle Beach Air Force Base

Photo Courtesy: Bettie Bobo Olivieri via WBTW Twenty years after the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base closed, all military and civilian personnel who served there are invited to a reunion in Myrtle Beach in April... ...The reunion already has more than...
6:29 am on Friday June 29, 2012

You're probably from Myrtle Beach if....

TheDigitelMYR"Back in my day, we had to walk to the pavilion! Up hill, both ways!"Update 6/29/12: We've decided to bump this back to the top so our newer readers can have a chance to relive the 'good 'ol days' of being from Myrtle Beach. Our...
6:46 am on Saturday December 17, 2011

WPDE celebrates 30 years with Myrtle Beach area retrospective

Flickr user Megan Despite being the young technology obsessed punks on the Myrtle Beach news block, we love Myrtle Beach history.  That's why I'll be closing my Web browser windows and keep the iPhone in my pocket on Sunday while I tune into WPDE....
5:26 am on Saturday December 10, 2011

Nursing care development coming to old Ocean View Memorial site

Did you know the first Sun Fun Festival was in 1951 and the proceeds went to building the Ocean View Memorial Hospital?  If it's on Wikipedia, it's gotta be true. Of course, the Ocean View Hospital wasn't solely built on Sun Fun money. In "Myrtle...
3:43 am on Monday November 21, 2011

A trip down Myrtle Beach memory lane with Billy Roberts (Update: DVD available)

John Fredderrick Hewitt Update November 21, 2011: Missed the event or want a keepsake? You can purchase a DVD through the City of Myrtle Beach. They cost $10 each and you can pick them up at Myrtle Beach City Hall. Update November 14, 2011: The...
3:55 am on Tuesday October 18, 2011

Cagney's hosts nostalgic Ocean Forest Party with murder mystery novelist

The Ocean Forest Hotel Locals and visitors are cordially invited to Cagney's this Wednesday, October 19th at 4:30pm, to celebrate the famous Ocean Forest Hotel. Part of the event will include a book signing with local author Troy D. Nooe and his new...
5:10 am on Thursday September 22, 2011

22 year-old Hurricane Hugo video reminds Myrtle Beach of destruction

Photo courtesy: David Crow Hurricane Hugo struck Myrtle Beach early on September 22nd in 1989 and left a indelible reminder that we are vulnerable to the whims of Mother Nature. The nostalgia runs thick on our "You know you're from Myrtle Beach if...
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