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NMB Chamber names Waterway Furniture May Legacy Business

The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce that Waterway Furniture Company has been selected as the May Legacy Business of the Month. Waterway Furniture was founded by the late J.B. and Josephine Livingston in May 1956. The business has operated continually for the past 63 years. The current owner, J.R. Jordan, first started working at Waterway Furniture as a salesman at age 19. He was fortunate to be able to purchase the business 12 years later from the Livingstons.    J.R. laughs when he recalls his pay when he started working at …

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Presidential Hopeful Kamala Harris Visits the Grand Strand

Democratic Presidential candidate and current United States Senator Kamala Harris visited the Grand Strand Friday afternoon in a visit to Big Mike’s Soul Food. Harris addressed around 300 attendees at a meet and greet that was organized by the Horry County Democratic Party. She spoke briefly on her progressive platform that includes positions on Medicare-for-all and the legalization of marijuana. Harris also took photos and answered questions from an energized crowd that filled the restaurant and flooded into the front parking lot. A Group Calling Themselves Red Hats For Trump Was There To Welcome Kalama Harris To Horry County Harris …

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Removing the Stigma: How to Combat the Opioid Epidemic

Article By: Kevin Hughes CHARLESTON, S.C. (Sinclair Broadcast Group) – Eric Bolling along with Russell Fry joined Sinclair Broadcast Group and Liberty University for a town hall event discussing the ongoing opioid crisis in America. Kevin Hughes a student at Coastal Carolina was asked if he had any questions on the use of opioids and what can be done to bring more attention on the subject. Following the arrival of vicious substances such as Fentanyl, used for cancer patients in excruciating pain and Carfentanil, used to tranquilize elephants, law enforcement agencies, recovery centers and legislators across the United States of …

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