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A North Myrtle Beach boat landing that was shut down by a state agency reopened Thursday, according to the city's Twitter page.

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Thousands of people made the treck to North Myrtle Beach’s Main Street for the 14th annual Mayfest on Main festival on Saturday.

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The North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday gave initial approval to two parking ordinances that will fast-track officials’ ability to remove illegally-placed barriers in public rights-of-way and grant parking management companies hired by the city the right to immobilize illegally-parked …

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On March 25, 1967, several thousand high school and college students rioted on the streets of Ocean Drive Beach. Cops arrested between 150 and 200 people. Two police officers suffered minor injuries. Rioters threw bricks and broke windows. Law enforcement deployed tear gas and rubber bullets…

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North Myrtle Beach on Thursday signed contract with Hillside Development, LLC, for the purchase of 7.24 acres of the 9.35-acre site known as Ingram Dunes for $2.5 million, according to a news release.

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Celebrities, top golfers and a throng of fans were greeted by sunny weather at the 25th annual Monday After the Masters.

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The North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday night passed final reading of an ordinance to take back half of all accommodations taxes and hospitality fees collected in the city. 

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Citing environmental concerns, North Myrtle Beach council on Monday night passed first reading of an ordinance to ban single-use ban plastic bags in retail outlets, including farmers markets. But if even if it’s passed on second reading, the ban won’t go into effect right away. 

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The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday discussed their proposed single-use plastic bag ban, revealing for the first time the details of the proposed ordinance. No votes were taken on the ordinance.