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The American Red Cross provides life-saving blood to hospitals around the country every day of the year. But the ongoing presence of COVID-19 across the globe means that the typical places where the Red Cross holds blood drives— like schools, colleges, and offices— have been temporarily closed, canceling a majority of all blood drives. The …

The technology driven NSI Security Systems Solutions in Myrtle Beach is jointly owned by Charles Bell and his son Chuck— both U.S. Army veterans. Chuck is third generation military in his family. His grandfather served in WWII and Korea; he served in Iraq. “I realized I didn’t want to go to college, so after high …

CertaPro Painters is a family owned and operated franchise that is new to the Myrtle Beach area. The company was started by husband and wife team, Doug and Robin Bland in 2019. Their son, Ryan, is working as the residential sales associate; their daughter, Taylor Teters, is the office administrator. “My father’s main goal in …

Clemmons Law Firm, LLC is a law firm focusing primarily in bankruptcy and real estate law. The firm also provides other essential legal services in the areas of estate planning such as wills, trusts, health care directives and related services.      Alan Clemmons, David Haar and Sheri McAllister are the three attorneys representing Clemmons …

Jim Kondravy is a mortgage loan officer for BB&T, now Truist. He and his wife and three children moved to Myrtle Beach in 2015. “My wife has an autoimmune disease, and she wasn’t doing well where we lived in Philadelphia with the cold, wet winters,” Jim says. “But every year, when we vacationed in Myrtle …

Lewis Crematory and Funeral Services is a full-service crematory and funeral service provider located on Highway Bypass 17 South, just north of the hospital in Myrtle Beach. Kelvin Ford Lewis, a Conway native, opened the business in July 2018. The business provides traditional, memorial, chapel and ship out services— in which the body is embalmed …

John William Rosa Jr. was born in Springfield, Illinois on September 28, 1951. He grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and earned a football scholarship to attend The Citadel: The Military College of South Carolina, in Charleston. He played as starting quarterback beginning his sophomore year in college, and was also a member of ROTC. He …

Little River, SC is located in the Northeastern tip of the state; inland of North Myrtle Beach and south of Calabash, NC. Our coastal community flows along the IntraCoastal Waterway – originally called Mineola, meaning “little river,”  by local Indian tribes. With a colorful history including shipwreck survivors and pirates, the community grew into a …

North Myrtle Beach may be known for its nine miles of beautiful sandy beaches but dispersed throughout the city are a variety of trails and open areas for the residents and visiting guests to enjoy. The City of NMB Parks & Recreation maintains many trails and open spaces providing people of all ages a no-cost …

You can hear the rare sound of silence in Myrtle Beach. With the “work or home” limitation and all events on hold, COVID-19 quieted what should be a bustling spring season. The lack of noise is noticeable, yet Myrtle Beach still offers that first-in-service experience. A crisis like COVID-19 changes your perspective. Many systems and …