This spring, the Myrtle Beach area will welcome 75 refugees from Ukraine and other countries to the region. These refugees will have legal status to work and will be looking for employment.
On Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Carolina African American Heritage Foundation (CAAHF) along with the Myrtle Beach Downtown Alliance hosted an Economic Development Summit at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Tidal Creek Brewhouse selected Partnership Grand Strand (PGS) as the beneficiary of it’s monthly Roundup program for January.
Get to know Amie Hayes.
Get to know Cody Bunch, a certified residential appraiser with For What It's Worth Appraisals.
The Small Business Administration has opened a Business Recovery Center in Litchfield Beach to provide assistance with submitting disaster loan applications for businesses impacted by Hurricane Ian.
Ryan Swaim of Dunes Realty will chair the 2023 board. Eight others have been appointed to serve a three-year term beginning in January 2023.
Looking to spread some cheer? Here's some ways you can give back this holiday season.
MBACC leaders learned valuable tips on hurricane recovery during the 2022 board retreat.
At the request of Governor Henry McMaster, the President has declared a disaster exists in South Carolina as a result of Hurricane Ian. Residents who suffered damage in Charleston, Georgetown and Horry counties may now register for disaster assistance through FEMA.