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1:15 am on Saturday August 16, 2014
A new doughnut shop called Fractured Prune Doughnuts is opening their newest location right here in Myrtle Beach at the Ocean Bay Market shopping center in Carolina Forest. Fractured Prune Doughnuts started in Ocean City, Maryland back in 1976 and...
8:39 am on Tuesday August 12, 2014
The former Freestyle Music Park in Myrtle Beach is being dismantled, piece by piece. Workers are on site this week, taking down the theme park's rides...
11:58 am on Thursday August 7, 2014
Expanding the reach of Second Cup brand that was originally from Canada and is now in the USA and over 25 other countries, Kaiwave Coffee LLC., announced the opening of the first Second Cup Café in South Carolina in the beautiful seaside city of...
9:54 am on Monday August 4, 2014
The folks over at the real estate website Movoto.com recently compiled data from Forbes and Celebrity Net Worth to create an interactive map showing who the richest person in each state is. And who might be the richest person in South Carolina? ...
9:35 am on Monday August 4, 2014
The $5,000 Nature Play Begins At Your Zoo and Aquarium grant will fund the expansion of Brookgreen Gardens’ children’s nature and sensory trail, which opened earlier this year.
3:20 pm on Thursday July 31, 2014
Myrtle Beach police handed out their first citations Saturday night to Uber drivers operating within city limits [...] Three people were given two citations each for Operating without a Business License, which carries a fine of $1,092, and Operating...
8:01 am on Thursday July 31, 2014
Tupelo Honey Cafe will be replacing Tommy Bahama in the heart of The Market Common. According to a news release from The Market Common, Tupelo Honey Cafe will open in the early spring of 2015.
5:21 am on Wednesday July 30, 2014
Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation to begin search for new president after Lofton’s resignation
On Wednesday morning, leaders with the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation will begin the process of looking for a new president. They will host an executive session to determine how the board wants to move forward.
11:55 am on Tuesday July 29, 2014
That means shoppers will not have to pay taxes this weekend on items like clothing, shoes, school supplies, book bags, computers, printers, bedspreads and other “back-to-school” items.
11:08 am on Tuesday July 29, 2014
via The Post & Courier: Stone Brewing Co. no longer is considering South Carolina for the site of its first brewery on the East Coast. The Escondido, Calif.-based brewery broke the news to S.C. officials last week that it was looking elsewhere...