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Church sunrise services happening at the city on Easter Sunday

Come this Sunday, worshippers of the Christian faith will gather together beside the ocean at sunrise in North Myrtle Beach, where the vision of the rising sun along the horizon will crystallize the resurrection of Jesus Christ and remind them what the Easter holiday is truly about.

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Easter Egg Hunt hits four decades in McLean Park on Saturday

The Easter Bunny will return once more to McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach on Saturday, where he will make a special stop to visit with local children, handing out candy, taking selfies and ensuring that they have a wonderful holiday experience for the 40th year.

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Captain Foster, Nicholl the heroes as Chiefs vanquish visiting Knights in epic victory

The dramatic scene was set for a primetime matchup between the top two boys soccer teams in Region VI-4A even before they took the field in Little River last Thursday night, as a thunderstorm warning and lightning strikes had many wondering if the game would even take place.

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Horry County Council assesses budget before final approval, includes five percent employee raise

Horry County Council met for their annual spring budget retreat recently in order to assess the numbers for their 2023 fiscal year budget and make any revisions before final approval.

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Solid Waste Authority discusses landfill expansion on Highway 90 with residents

Residents met with the board of the Horry County Solid Waste Authority (HCSWA) on Wednesday, April 6, in order to give their opinions and concerns about the possible expansion of the landfill, which sits on the rapidly-developing Highway 90 corridor.

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NMB Rescue Squad continuing to help save lives in the local community for close to 70 years

It’s safe to say North Myrtle Beach would be a much different place without one group of volunteer first responders, who have made it their mission for nearly 70 years to provide life-saving medical attention to everyone in the city and its surrounding areas.

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