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

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“I smile because you’re my father. I laugh because there’s nothing you can do about it.” — Unknown Father’s Day is just around the corner, on June 16.  Do you have anything special planned for your father this year? Here are some ideas to help you plan a fun family outing. Enjoy the pool without …

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by the Little River Chamber of Commerce Located at the Historic Little River Waterfront, the Blue Crab Festival is one of the largest festivals in the Southeast— popular with both locals and visitors. Join the fun May 18-19 from 9am- 5pm, and enjoy live beach music and a kids zone. There will be approximately three …

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Little River is a great place to live, but when is the last time you’ve taken advantage of our gorgeous area? In case you needed an excuse, here’s how you can spend the whole day at the Little River waterfront. Start at Crab Catchers for an early lunch, meeting your neighbors at our token hole-in-the-wall. …

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Source: Horry County Planning & Zoning – Imagine 2040 According to 2015 population estimates, Horry County has approximately 309,199 permanent residents. The County has experienced rapid growth since the 1970s, adding over 250,000 permanent residents since that time. Horry County has one of the highest population growth rates in the State and is now the …

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Little River, SC By the Little River Chamber of Commerce   What began as a quaint fishing village, Little River has grown into a quiet, yet fun-filled community that enjoys local seafood delicacies and entertainment in addition to being convenient to the best of the Grand Strand. Little River is located in the northeast corner …

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Little River – Then and Now By the Little River Chamber of Commerce The northern-most stretch of the Grand Strand is home to the community of Little River. It derives its name from the little river that flows between North and South Carolina, and empties directly into the Atlantic Ocean. Lying right before the border …

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