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The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday passed final reading of several ordinances annexing almost 12 acres of land into the city and adding it to the Bahama Island Planned Development District to allow for more RV spots at the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock.  

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North Myrtle Beach on Friday held a drop-in charrette hosted by parking consultants Kimley-Horn in order to get feedback from residents on the city’s inaugural paid parking program that lasted from June 15 through the end of October. 

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Atlantic Beach will keep its mayor and both incumbent councilors that were running for reelection, but it will get a new councilor to replaced the unexpired term vacated by Kenneth McLaurin earlier this year, according to uncertified election results released by the town Tuesday night.

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The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday passed final reading of an ordinance mandating where residents are allowed to put their parking decals on their cars, golf carts and motorcycles. 

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The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday approved first reading of a slew of ordinances designed to annex more than 11 acres of land into the city and add it to the Bahama Island Planned Development District in order to expand an existing campground to more than 200 RV spots. 

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The Myrtle Beach Seahawks scored early and often Friday night, although resistance from the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs kept the undefeated team’s total score from reaching the astronomical levels they achieved during some of their previous conquests.

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A resort-style development that encompasses the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock could undergo some changes, but there’s no indication that the full project will be built out anytime soon. 

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All five candidates for North Myrtle Beach’s three council seats up for election in November plan to attend a North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce meet-and-greet forum Thursday afternoon, according to Pete Brooks, the chamber’s director of public relations and governmental affairs.

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The city of North Myrtle Beach started decorating the NMB Park and Sports Complex in September in preparation for the Great Christmas Light Show, and they expect it to be bigger and better than last year. 

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The speaker this year for the HTC Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series at Coastal Carolina University is Derreck Kayongo, founder of the Global Soap Project, on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Johnson Auditorium.

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The Horry County Coroner's Office is working to determine if bones found on Waties Island Saturday morning are human, according to a new release from Horry County police.

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North Myrtle Beach on Monday declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Dorian, giving the city manager more authority to make decisions that would normally come before council and making it easier to get federal funds if the storm causes damage to the North Strand. 

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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.