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Trusted, Experienced, Compassionate by Melissa LaScaleia Moore, Johnson, and Saraniti is a local law firm, started in 2001, that has grown over the years and is now comprised of five female attorneys – three senior partners: V. Lee Moore, Sarah A. Johnson, and Elizabeth J. Saraniti; junior partner, Angela D. Harrison; and associate attorney, Nancy …

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South Carolina’s Only Casino Boat is in Little River by Melissa LaScaleia The Big “M” Casino first arrived in South Carolina in 2008.  They have two luxury yachts that sail daily from Little River’s harbor.  Aboard the boat, patrons enjoy dining, beautiful views, entertainment, camaraderie, and of course, gambling.  Land-based casinos are illegal in South …

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Creating Beautiful Smiles by Melissa LaScaleia “I grew up in Fayetteville, NC,” says Dr. Daniel W. Miller, Jr., in an interview with the Insider. “My grandfather was a dentist, and growing up, I used to spend a lot of time with him during the summer months; so began my love affair with dentistry.”  Dr. Miller …

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Our Grass is Always Greener by Melissa LaScaleia Matt Freedman, the owner of Beach Landscaping in Myrtle Beach, is originally from the Washington, D.C. area.  After relocating to Myrtle Beach, Matt and his father, Bob, started a commercial cleaning business.  After nurturing it successfully over the years, Matt was looking for a new challenge.  In …

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​Through ART, We Inspire People to Have FUN and Create Lasting MEMORIES by Melissa LaScaleia Mike Heatherman and his wife, Chris, were living in Ohio.  After their two daughters were grown and in college, they were looking for a way to move to a warmer climate.     “In 2016, our daughters were home from …

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Your Eyes and Ears When You’re Not Here by Melissa LaScaleia Coastal Carolina Home Watch performs house-check and keyholder services for homeowners who maintain a home at the Beach but do not live here year-round.  “My late wife and I purchased a condo in Surfside Beach back in the mid-90s,” Jack Luber, the owner, tells …

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Bringing the Healing Power of Plants to the Grand Strand and Beyond by Melissa LaScaleia Last year, Myrtle Beach native David Spang opened Coastal Green Wellness in the Market Common, South Carolina’s first CBD dispensary.  Together with his girlfriend, Crystal Walter, David conducts the primary aims of his business besides distributing high quality products to …

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A Must-Stop For Craft Beer in the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia The Brass Tap opened on January 6, 2016, in the Market Common.  The craft beer bar and upscale pub-food-eatery is part of a corporate chain with about fifty franchise locations.  Last October, the Market Common venue changed ownership and had a grand reopening.  …

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We Have a Chair Waiting For You by Melissa LaScaleia Infinity Hair Salon in Myrtle Beach is part of three full service hair salons along the Grand Strand.  The other two are Hair Etc. in Surfside Beach; and Hair Trends in Murrells Inlet.  This February, Infinity Hair Salon, the youngest of the group, celebrated a …

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Powering Home Comfort by Melissa LaScaleia “I’ve always had a passion for energy conservation as well as solar energy,” says Jeff Thompson, the owner and operator of Carolina Energy Conservation, speaking of his start in the industry.  “I saw a need to create ways that we can save money in operating our homes, be more …

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