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Little River, South Carolina is a popular destination for fishing, golfing, and dining. But there are so many options to choose from, so where should you begin exploring all that this quaint fishing village has to offer? To find out, we surveyed Facebook and collected the top answers as reported by locals.  Top Answer: Vereen …

North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival March 14, 2020 The parade starts at 9am followed by the street festival from 11 am – 4 pm. 843-280-5570 | Parks.NMB.us Horry County Fair April 24 – May 3, 2020 It’s 10 Days of fair fun. Fair Food. Fun Games. Kiddie Rides. Thrill Rides. Petting Zoo. …

Need help staying on track to maintaining your New Year’s resolutions?  The below tips cover some of the most common resolutions, and offer helpful suggestions for how you can stay with your resolve in Little River this year. If you want to Eat healthier If big diet changes are too drastic for you, try making …

While some area businesses close during the winter to save on overhead costs and enjoy some much deserved family time, there are still many venues open year-round. Here are just a few: Antonio’s Restaurant and Bar overlooks the Cherry Grove Marsh. 843-281-0620. Barefoot Landing is home to 100+ specialty and retail shops, fifteen restaurants, and …

There are three community/recreation centers in Little River: C.B. Berry Community Center, North Strand Recreation Center, and the NMB Park & Sports Complex. C.B. BERRY COMMUNITY CENTER Run by Horry County Parks and Recreation, the C.B. Berry Community & Historical Center provides space for recreational programming and community events, and serves as a visitors center …

Each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, the Intracoastal Christmas Regatta takes place on the scenic Intracoastal Waterway. This maritime boat parade is not only a spectacular show, but also a much loved community fundraiser and Thanksgiving tradition.  This year, the Intracoastal Christmas Regatta will take place on November 30.  It starts at the Little …

Lobster & Jazz Enjoy a Lobster Bake while listening to the cool Jazz sounds of Scott Watkins. The lobster bake includes: Maine lobster, shrimp, mussels, Andouille sausage, corn on the cob, and red potatoes. Get yours Tuesdays & Thursdays at the Brentwood Wine Bistro. Due to popular demand, reservations are highly recommended.  Also available: Three …

by Danielle McFadden There’s a certain glamour when someone says they own a business, but the idea of making lots of money and taking lots of vacations are far from reality.  Most small business owners work crazy hours (late nights, early mornings, holidays…),  and carry a tremendous responsibility for not only their families, but also …

1. Hit the Golf Course The grass is always greener on the other side, and by other side I mean at Eagle Nest Golf Club. Built on 250 acres of pristine land, this serene course makes it hard to tell you’re less than a mile from Highway 17. 2. Enjoy the Exhibits The North Myrtle …

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 …