Myrtle Beach city leaders hope abandoned railroad lines and a proposed partnership with Horry County will put the area on track toward economic investment, increased tourism and health benefits.
The dream of earning a living doing what you love is the reason so many business owners enter the world of entrepreneurship. Especially during the start-up phase, passion for and dedication to your product or service and those you serve are the necessary ingredients for a successful venture.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your beach house or condo or need the perfect accessory for date night, you can find it all at Flamingo Porch – just see the “crazy flamingo lady” behind the counter.
Tupelo Bay Golf Center is the ideal place for any golfer or would-be golfer. It’s a complete facility featuring an executive course where you will “use every club in the bag but only three hours of your time.”
If your dog likes running, jumping and swimming or needs a little water action and TLC, take them to Benji’s Bed & Breakfast in Pawleys Island.
Theatre of the Republic (TOR) Director Tim McGhee said that rumors in the community about both the theatre on Main Street and the Coastal Youth Theatre (CYT) are false.
Just like Darius Rucker’s song, “It Won’t Be Like This For Long,” the Myrtle Beach mayor said the organizers of the 2020 Carolina Country Music Fest will be talking about the festival at the Aug. 11 city council meeting.
Sightseers in Myrtle Beach have a new option — a large double-decker bus. White letters strewn across The Big Red Bus’ vehicles invite passengers to take “a tour like never before.”
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster unveiled a new collaboration Tuesday between the S.C. Restaurant and Lodging Association, the Department of Health and Environmental Control, and the state Parks, Recreation and Tourism department to provide a special Palmetto Priority Seal for restaurants proven to …
Fee increases that Conway City Council had anticipated giving an easy nod to Monday afternoon have developed some concern among Conway’s business community, according to Devin Parks, director of economic development and government relations with the Conway Chamber of Commerce.
Today, Governor Henry McMaster issued Executive Order 2020-40, declaring a new state of emergency, allowing bowling alleys to open immediately, and lifting restrictions on the occupancy of retail establishments.
The Conway Sports and Fitness Center sent a release tonight saying that an employee of the Conway Sports and Fitness Center has tested positive for COVID-19, and they are canceling summer camps for the time being, to be safe.
On Wednesday, the Conway Chamber of Commerce virtually announced the winners of their two Salute to Education scholarships – first place $1,000 winner Jacob Black from Loris High, and $500 runner-up Jordan Grace Elliott from Green Sea Floyds High.
Governor Henry McMaster announced Friday that beginning Monday, May 11 at 12:01 a.m., restaurants will be allowed to have indoor dining once again, with restrictions.
Governor Henry McMaster said in a brief update Wednesday that AccelerateSC is focusing on a strategy to provide more COVID-19 testing to South Carolinians in the next month.
Once Gov. Henry McMaster announced he would allow outdoor dining at restaurants across the state again starting Monday, Horry County restaurants sprang into action.
Governor Henry McMaster announced Friday that he is removing the mandatory home or work order in the state beginning Monday, May 4, as well as removing restrictions on short term rentals, and allowing outdoor dining at restaurants.
Since 1974, SERVPRO of Horry and Georgetown County has been providing residential and commercial Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration services with 24-hour emergency service and quality customer service.
Horry County did not lead the state in unemployment claims last week, but the county still saw the second-highest number of claims filed, according to data released Thursday by the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.
Drew Johnson was able to turn his passion for comic books into a career running a retail store thats sells them in Surfside Beach.
Seeing essential workers continue their duties during the coronavirus crisis, Tara Ewalt and Ana Mabry hatched an idea to show their thanks.
For the third straight week, Horry County led the state in unemployment claims, according to data released Thursday by the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.
An unexpected recess of the S.C. Legislature, due to COVID-19, could delay the passage of a statewide law that supporters say is designed to simplify business licenses.
The doors of the Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Myrtle Beach Art Museum are currently closed to the public in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 , but that hasn’t stopped the staff from bringing art education to the people of Horry County and beyond.