He may end up being a civil engineer, or possibly a mechanical engineer. But either way, 15-year-old Andrew Weaver wants to understand how entrepreneurship works.
The Christmas decorations are packed up for another year, the New Year’s Eve bubbly is all gone…but we still have to eat!
Although Conway City Council has not taken a final vote on the site of its new city hall, Conway’s chamber of commerce is moving forward with planning for its future if it must move to make room for the new building.
Whether you’re looking for a gift for a wine lover, a beach bum, a pet owner or a fashion-forward diva, you’re sure to find something for everyone at Design on a Dime.
The 5th T Innovation Group, operator of the Conway Innovation Center, is adding several new business services at the Conway Innovation Center.
Patriotism and appreciation for veterans will be the focus of the 15th Salute to Veterans coming to the historic Horry County Courthouse on what is forecasted to be a cold Saturday morning.
This is what Burn Boot Camp is not: “It’s not about comparing yourself to someone else,” says Allison Pavone, who with her husband Michael owns the new Carolina Forest franchise.
Shipping giant UPS plans to build an $11.6 million distribution hub in North Myrtle Beach and hire at least 50 workers for that center, according to public records.The Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corp. (EDC) made the announcement Tuesday afternoon. Last week, Horry County Coun…
Safely and conveniently dispose of expired, unused and unwanted medications during a special take-back event at Tidelands Health hospitals this month.
Anderson Brothers Bank continues to expand its lending team with the recent additions of Nikki Lowery and Ray W. Merritt III as loan officers.
Broadway at the Beach is honored to announce that its summer partnership with Blue Star Mothers of Coastal Carolina raised thousands of dollars, as well as more than 1,000 letters, notes and cards for military members.
Ten Coastal Carolina University students in the intelligence and national security studies program participated in the National Intelligence Studies (NIS) Study Away program this past summer.
After handing out and reviewing pages of rules, Conway city officials told the city’s business community at a meeting Tuesday night that they want the city to look nicer and they’re prepared to begin better enforcement of the rules to make that happen.
Conway Medical Center announced today it is enhancing its cancer care program with a new affiliation with Duke Health and a September opening of a new Cancer Center at CMC.
The time is now for filing ownership claims with the court-appointed certified public accountant regarding the Conway Golf Club stock certificates.
Looking for a way “to bring peace and calm” into her life, Nicola Roberts started going to Beautiful Mind in Carolina Forest and noticed a difference immediately.
What do an ice cream shop and a fitness gym have in common? The two new businesses should be open – one in Carolina Forest and one in Forestbrook – by this time next month.
Some familiar faces are coming back to the restaurant business in Conway, as Luchy and Mery Chuton and their families open Lou-Cho's Chinese Restaurant on Friday, June 7 in the old Chan’s Chinese location.
Conway native Brooks Herring will continue to make a difference in the lives of veterans after winning the S.C. Research Authority (SCRA) Fan Favorite award at the 10th Annual Proving Ground entrepreneurship competition at the University of South Carolina in March.
From humble beginnings in a little red barn in Myrtle Beach to its current clinic with a full-service pharmacy, Friendship Medical Clinic has been a source for accessible health care since it opened its doors in 1965.
A new organization at Coastal Carolina University aims to help students looking to enter the legal cannabis industry after graduating.
Chloe Stampfle, a ninth-grader at the Academy of Arts, Science and Technology, was inspired by her 12-year-old autistic brother when suggesting that the AAST Students in Action chapter raise money for SOS Healthcare’s Oak Tree Farm Project.
The Conway City Council, expressing concern for the safety of vaping and the appearance that vape shops might give to Downtown Conway and riverfront visitors, is considering restricting the shops to industrial areas.