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  • FootGolf gains ground on Grand Strand near Myrtle Beach

    A new sport is getting a toe-hold at Meadowlands Golf Club in Calabash, about 25 miles fromMyrtle Beach.

  • Myrtle Beach gives salute to military personnel

    Military Appreciation Days is taking place throughout the entire month of May in Myrtle Beach, but there are a number of events taking place on the Memorial Day weekend.

  • North Myrtle Beach multiplex to get makeover

    Barefoot Landing, a shopping, entertainment, and dining complex in North Myrtle Beach, is getting a new look for the summer. In total, 10 new stores are either opening or have already started operating, plus the center itself is being improved.

  • WMBF News to host blood drives in Myrtle Beach

    Myrtle Beach residents have a chance to help others when WMBF News hosts a blood drive in the community next week.

  • Buildings go up and new restaurants go in

    Construction of the new Coastal North Town Center shopping center is underway in North Myrtle Beach, bringing 348,000 square feet of retail space and 10 new restaurants.

  • Changes unveiled at local theater

    The Calvin Gilmore Theater in Myrtle Beach has been dark for a while, but it will reopen this eveningwith new shows and an improved venue as well.

  • New call center expected to bring jobs to Myrtle Beach

    In what is being described as a huge Christmas present for the community Horry County officials said they expect to be able to announce the opening of a new call center next week. The center will be located in Myrtle Beach and will bring 660 jobs with it.

  • New public safety building to go up in Conway

    Firefighters and police officers in Conway, about 14 miles from Myrtle Beach, will soon have a new home.

  • Burger restaurant to cook up second Myrtle Beach location

    Cook Out, a hamburger chain based in North Carolina, will open a second location in Myrtle Beach, it has been revealed this month. Although the time frame is uncertain and depends on the speed of construction and obtaining permits, the restaurant hopes to be up and running by the end of the year.

  • Myrtle Beach museum plans diversity of fall events

    Myrtle Beach residents interested in local culture have an opportunity to attend two events that will shed light on the area's history. The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B Chapin Art Museum plans a Gullah Culture Celebration later this month and a Mother-Daughter Art & Tea in October.