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A former employee of North Myrtle Beach’s finance department filed a lawsuit against the city on April 15, alleging in court records that she was terminated in retaliation for complaints about not being classified as a full-time worker despite working 40 hours a week.

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Speakers painted a picture of John Rhodes as a man who loved his family and who was a fierce and unfiltered advocate for Myrtle Beach, during the former mayor’s funeral on Thursday, attended by a crowd of several hundred.

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Trey Skidmore, 38, was elected North Myrtle Beach’s newest city councilor in Tuesday’s runoff election for the at-large seat vacated in November by former councilor Bob Cavanaugh, who resigned to spend more time with his family in Virginia. 

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North Myrtle Beach announced Wednesday that it would no longer enforce its mask order requirement that restaurant patrons and employee who interact with the public wear face coverings while inside, citing Gov. Henry McMaster’s decision to lift his statewide order mandating the use of masks i…

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North Myrtle Beach council candidates Ronnie Nichols and Trey Skidmore will answer questions during a virtual forum Tuesday afternoon hosted by Destination North Myrtle Beach, formerly known as the North Myrtle Beach Chamber. The two candidates are in a runoff election for city council.

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Folks who shoot off fireworks without a permit in North Myrtle Beach won’t get off with a warning when the city steps up its enforcement of the illegal activity in the next couple months.

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One person suffered minor injuries in a three-alarm fire at the North Myrtle Beach Flea Market Wednesday afternoon, Horry County Fire Rescue spokesman Tony Casey said.

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On Monday, Cormac Arms and Outfitters will raffle off a 12-guage TriStar pump shotgun and two wooden thin blue line flags to raise money for a memorial to North Myrtle Beach police Sgt. Gordon Best, who died while responding to a call on New Year’s Day. 

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A college student and resident of Barefoot Resort neighborhood is organizing a 1.78-mile run or walk event in memory of Sgt. Gordon William Best, who died while responding to a call in the pre-dawn hours of Jan. 1. Best’s badge number was 178. 

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The South Carolina Department of Transportation on Monday started repair work to the Highway 17 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway that connects Little River to North Myrtle Beach. 

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Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, the Barefoot swing bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway will be reduced to one lane in order to for Wilmington-based Saffo Contractors to begin the annual maintenance, which could take between three and four weeks to complete, according to the city …

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A Longs man pleaded guilty in four separate criminal cases and was sentenced to 15 years in prison last week, according to a news release from 15th Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson. 

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North Myrtle Beach police on Sunday charged 25-year-old Brandon Moore of Conway with third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 16 years old, according to jail records and a police report.