StarfishEnterprise

We mourn the loss of this gentle servant, Jacob. Pray for his family, the other officer and his family and for the protection and strength of all of our dedicated officers and their families.

This is so sad....I'm not an "environmentalist" but as a daily beach walker, it is so heartbreaking to see the trash/plastic/toys/etc washed up on the beach or carelessly left behind. IF we love our oceans, ppl need to become more responsible for their manners when they visit the beaches …

Rails to Trails is not a new idea but it does bring tourism .....almost all abandon rails are now trails with parks and points of interest along the way. Groups , like 'old spokes" (retirees) gather from all different states and meet to ride these rail trails because they are FLAT and eas…

wishing TIDELANDS the best....love the service at their Merrils Inlet location

StarfishEnterprise commented on Eliza Edge: People in New Zealand need God

beautiful woman....beautiful article.

The photography is beautiful....each worthy of framing....look forward to meeting Mr. Smalls and Maggie sometime when the Farm is open again for touring. Mr. Smalls seems like a man with whom you could spend hours of learning. Never knew this place existed...thank you for the article

don't understand the any of this.......kids are all bunched close together in waterparks and in playgrounds but can't be in a classroom with adequate space between them? Don't get it. Wish someone would explain .....

StarfishEnterprise commented on Big Red Bus rolls into Myrtle Beach

What fun.....adds to the whole experience that Myrtle Beach has to offer. Thanks to the entrepreneurs who stepped forward with this clever tourist idea. .

thank you for sharing this important information...especially coming from a young person, we realize that none of us are "immune" to this hideous virus.. glad you are feeling better now and again, thanks for reminding us how important it is to respect others by taking all precautions nece…

Do we just simply ignore the comments presented by women who were brave enough to come forward about spousal abuse or do we choose to ignore them because it doesn't fit a certain narrative?