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  • Shallotte aldermen look to the future at annual retreat

     SHALLOTTE — As a new year begins, aldermen and town staff gathered at their annual retreat Thursday, Jan. 26, to discuss short- and long-term plans for Shallotte.

  • MOU approved for Shallotte riverfront project, new park construction continues

     SHALLOTTE— The next phase of the town’s riverfront development is set to begin after the Shallotte Board of Aldermen approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Traditional Neighborhood Development Partners of Durham (TND) and the town April 5.

  • Shallotte welcomes new business on Main Street

     By Janine Piburn

    Beacon Correspondent

     

    SHALLOTTE  — Scott’s Farm and Family Store and Bagel Dock Express will soon open their doors for business on Main Street.

    Both also have ties to well-known businesses in other North Carolina communities.

  • Detectives investigate Calabash body shop theft case

    The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of items from a Calabash body shop.

  • Zaxby's ribbon cutting set for Monday, July 3, in Shallotte

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening for Shallotte's new Zaxby's restaurant is set for 10 a.m. Monday, July 3, according to an announcement issued Wednesday by the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce.

    The newly built 90-seat franchise chicken-menu restaurant is at 4736 Main St., former site of The Grille restaurant where scenes from the movie “Tammy” starring Melissa McCarthy were shot in June 2013, and was a Hardee’s before that. Restaurant operators have recently been interviewing and hiring new employees.

  • Belville adds farmer’s market, community liaison and OKs 2017-18 budget

    BELVILLE — The Seaview Crab Company will bring seafood and a farmer’s market to the Brunswick Riverwalk at Belville Park two days a week through October.

    Business owners Joe Romano and Nathan King spoke to the board of commissioners Monday night to thank the town for the opportunity to add a sixth location for their products.

    Romano said they opened in 2006 and have operated open-air seafood markets for seven years on Carolina Beach Road, Market Street and Marstellar Street in Wilmington as well as in Spout Springs and Sanford.

  • October opening planned for new nursing facility

    A new 136-bed nursing home facility under construction in rural Brunswick County is pegged for an October opening.

    Brunswick Health and Rehab Center has been under construction since June 2016 at 9600 No. 5 School Road near Ash Little River Road.

    It is owned by Saber Healthcare Group headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, which operates 111 facilities and more than 10,002 licensed beds in six states, including Autumn Care of Shallotte and 22 other facilities in North Carolina, according to the company’s website.

  • H2GO board continues planning water plant

    Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO will continue to plan for a reverse osmosis (RO) plant as if its saltwater discharge permit remains valid, despite a challenge from two board members.

    The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) issued a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit May 8 for H2GO’s proposed reverse osmosis water plant.

    H2GO applied for the NPDES permit to discharge salt water from the RO plant desalinization process into the Brunswick River.

  • Plans to begin this year for Navassa Superfund site use

    NAVASSA — The Navassa Superfund site restoration process will move from the testing stage to the planning-for-the-future stage in the next few months.

    Representatives of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) and the Multistate Environmental Response Trust (Multistate Trust), three groups heading up the cleanup process, updated Navassa residents on their progress at a June 20 meeting at the Navassa Community Center.

  • Leland rescinds on-street parking rules

    LELAND — Leland officials scrapped three years of efforts to address on-street parking problems at a special meeting June 22 by eliminating regulations put in place in January 2016.

    Council members voted a year and a half ago to require an additional parking space be provided at a ratio of one space per one lot in all new subdivisions.

    The town board’s decision to remove the requirements came after town and planning board members held a joint meeting May 26 where they heard complaints about the parking space impact from developers.