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Peace, Love, and Little Donuts

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“I’m originally from Charlotte, NC, born and raised. When I was in the 10th grade, a cousin who was in the military and serving in Germany came home to visit. Speaking with him about his experiences inspired me to consider a career in the military. I joined JROTC, and took military training and classes in …

Introduce me to your family.  I live with boyfriend, Bob Yockey. I have two boys: Ryan who is 27, and Tyler, who is 22. My mom and dad live in Murrells Inlet. Where are all the places you came from? Where do you live now? I’m from the Detroit, Michigan area. We live in the …

This month, Charlie gets feisty, and fights for his rights to be the top-table-snitching, snack-picking pooch at the party. “Summer is officially in high swing. I just love the change of the seasons, but the reason why I love July is right up there with why I love other holidays. Two words for you (and …

This month, to honor our country on Independence Day and celebrate the values of freedom our country has always stood for, our history section highlights some snapshots from the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base’s involvement in missions and operations that defended our country. Although this is not an exhaustive list, we hope you’ll enjoy the …

Chris Wait is the new manager at The Market Common’s cornerstone store Orvis. But he’s in no way new to retail— he has a career in the industry that tracks back to age 16, working at Dick’s Sporting Goods and Galyan’s Trading Company. Hailing from Buffalo, N.Y., Chris moved to Myrtle Beach in 2016 post-Hurricane …

All4Paws Animal Rescue has reopened to the public and volunteers following the lifting of South Carolina’s “Work-or-Home” order. To adhere to current guidelines to help slow the spread of Covid-19, they are operating on an appointment only basis from Tuesday-Saturday between the hours of 11am-3pm. To schedule an appointment to see their animals, visit their …

As we’re all learning to navigate the new normal, caution and cleanliness remain foremost in the minds of many. So much of our economy, both local and state, is dependent on hospitality services. Although things may still feel sluggish, there are ways to get out, have fun, and support our local community businesses, all while …

It’s official—Surfside Beach has way more to offer than just a pier. For locals, this time of year means longer days, morning walks on the beach (now with fur babies allowed), and the swirling of jubilant vacationers all around us. It’s hard not to be happy with so many people relishing the beauty of our …

Many residents love the convenience of hopping in the golf cart to go to the beach or grocery store, but rules exist for using golf carts to get around. State law allows golf carts to be driven on public streets in limited circumstances. Here’s a handy refresher course on what’s allowed, and what’s not. First, …

Summer is nearly here which means fitness is once again on the top of everyone’s mind. What are your fitness goals for this summer? Rather than letting your bathing suit or your appearance be the motivating factor for your fitness goals, why not think of something that you want to accomplish? Do you want to …