🌱 Five hospitalized after a serious accident + Chants Win Sun Belt East
Good morning everyone! It’s me, Kathy Mandelyour host Myrtle Beach Daily. Today is Monday, November 14, 2022 and I am here to transmit all that is good to print on what is happening locally. Including news on:
- A weekend crash cut roads for hours and hospitalized five people.
- New homes on the market.
- Chanticleers football scores big.
But first, today’s weather:
Rather sunny and cool. High: 57 Low: 48.
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Here are today’s top three stories in Myrtle Beach:
- Five people were hospitalized on Saturday after a two-vehicle crash closed sections of the North Kings Highway near 79th Avenue North at the end of the afternoon. A person has life-threatening injuries. The the roads were closed for hours. (WMBF) (WBTW)
- There are quite a few DR Horton neighborhoods sprouting up in the The Myrtle Beach area. Here is a sample of five new properties on the market in Carolina Forest Parks, 707 Meadows and Lakes Subdivisions. Patch has it all together for you to save time in your new home search. (Myrtle Beach Crest)
- For the third year in a row, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football team ranked in the top 25 in AP polls. This year, the team arrived at number 23 with a 9-1 record. The songs too earned their spot as Sun Belt East Division Champions and they will play in the title of the conference December 3 match against Sun Belt West Division winner. (wpde.com) (WMBF)
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Myrtle Beach photo of the day:
This week begins with another pretty photo of Judy Banas. This one represents a pretty fall feeling here in Myrtle Beach. Thanks for the picture Judy!
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Today in Myrtle Beach:
- Breast ultrasound screening comes directly to you! @ Ignite Church (9 am)
- National Pickle Day @ The Salty Pickle, Garden City (11 a.m.)
- Read and Create with Horry County Literacy Council @ Back Again Bookshop (3:45 p.m.)
- Thrill Seekers Book Club @ Socastee Library (4:30 p.m.)
- Dogs and Donuts @ Crabtree Recreation Center Storywalk (4:30 p.m.)
- Grand Strand Optimist Club Fish Fry @ Mike’s Calabash Seafood, Surfside (4:30 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- The folks at MarshWalk have announced South Strand’s only FREE Christmas lights display. A 40 foot LED the tree will be visible from all MarshWalk restaurants and there will be plenty of photo opportunities in front of the tree and elsewhere along the illuminated route. A Santa Claus Village, Vendor’s Market and more will also be available. The wonderland of lights begins November 25 and ends December 31. Enjoy! (Murrells Inlet MarshWalk via Facebook)
- The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach: Pet Photos With The Green Guy will take place at Faux Paws on December 10, with all proceeds going to the shelter. A an appointment is required. For a donation of $50, you will receive a digital package. Photos will be taken by Karen Goforth from Irresistible Portraits. (The Humane Society of NMB via Facebook)
- Coastal Grand Mall’s B12 store is celebrating Wellness Wednesdays with a buy-one-get-one-free B12 vaccine. Come in and see the people from the B12 store inside the mall on Wednesday. (Myrtle Beach Crest)
- Nextdoor neighbor, Mallard Landing Village: [Posted by Donna Zaniewski of Myrtle Beach] “The water park in Surfside has been sold. I understand they are asking for a zoning change so they can build housing like condos, small houses similar to Swells, etc. There will be a meet on December 6 at 6 p.m. at the Surfside Civic Center. Please attend this meeting to express your concerns about this project. Traffic and flooding will be big problems if they are allowed to build more houses in this area. Spread the word and attend this meeting.” (The next door)
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You are now in the loop and ready to begin Monday to the right ! See you tomorrow morning for another update.
— Kathy Mandel
About me: The best decision I ever made was moving to the Myrtle Beach area from New England a few years ago, along with my three dogs and three cats. I love dogs, cats, road trips, photography, writing, vegetarian food, live music, cycling and especially my daily walks on the beaches in and around Grand Strand.
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