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All three municipal-level charges against Atlantic Beach Mayor Jake Evans’ brother-in-law and former Mayor Irene Armstrong's husband were dropped after his case was heard in Atlantic Beach Municipal Court Tuesday night. 

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Joe Lategano has spent the last 26 years of his life in North Myrtle Beach making an impact on thousands of kids on the basketball courts and beyond.

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Residents at the Ocean Apartments in Atlantic Beach will have until Aug. 31 to vacate the premises or be evicted, according to an agreement between the building’s owner Dean Mabie and the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

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A day after Rodger Gamble was supposed to vacate the Ocean Apartments in Atlantic Beach, he stood under the balcony smoking a cigarette as officers from North Myrtle Beach police and the State Law Enforcement Division served a warrant upstairs. 

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North Myrtle Beach leaders plan to borrow $4.25 million to buy 96 acres of land adjacent to the south side of the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, according to an ordinance that city council passed on first reading Monday. 

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The city of North Myrtle Beach issued a boil water advisory Tuesday afternoon for part of Cherry Grove following a water line break that morning. The advisory was discontinued shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday.

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On July 1, Teresa Todd will officially become principal of North Myrtle Beach High School, taking over for Trevor Strawderman as he leaves for an administrative job at the Charleston County School District. 

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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.