Myrtle Beach could force sale of two superblock properties

Two properties on the downtown superblock could be subject to eminent domain as Myrtle Beach works to advance a library and museum complex. Photographer Jack Thompson’s gallery, at 503 Ninth Ave. North, and House Parts LLC, a home fixture store at 801 N. Kings Hwy, each could be subject to a forced sale if city council votes to authorize the move in its Tuesday meeting.

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John Whitty describes and demonstrates J-Roll Putter (video)

John Whitty of Longs has created the J-Roll D'Amelie Putter and an accompanying aiming and alignment system that he will be taking on the road to clinics with fellow teaching pro Darren deMaille.
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John Whitty describes and demonstrates J-Roll Putter (video) 2:13

John Whitty describes and demonstrates J-Roll Putter (video)

Myrtle Beach weather forecast for 2.28 1:41

Myrtle Beach weather forecast for 2.28

SC National Guard unit leaves for overseas deployment 1:03

SC National Guard unit leaves for overseas deployment

Gov. Henry McMaster on supporting President Trump 0:54

Gov. Henry McMaster on supporting President Trump