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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.

  • NCDOT establishes practices for drone use in disaster response

    Whether conducting a search and rescue operation for a lost hiker or assisting public agencies during a major flood event, drones can play an essential role during emergency response. The N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has established best practices and recommended policies for agencies using drones in these situations.

    The final report was released after NCDOT’s Division of Aviation held a workshop with emergency management personnel from around the state in January.

  • Red Cross issues call for type O negative, AB blood donors

    The American Red Cross is issuing a call for type O negative and AB blood donors to make an appointment to give after severe winter weather in some parts of the country caused about 250 Red Cross blood drives to cancel in March, resulting in more than 8,500 uncollected blood donations.

    Those who give can help patients locally or across the country as the Red Cross has the ability to move blood products where and when they are needed most.

  • Supply man accused of pointing pistol at neighbor

    A Supply man accused of pointing a pistol at his neighbor remains jailed on $1 million bail.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 35-year-old Matthew Ryan Beach, of Deer Drive, on March 17 and charged him with assault by pointing a gun, a misdemeanor, and possession of a firearm by a felon.

    Warrants show Beach pointed a Lorcin .25-caliber semiautomatic pistol at a woman living on Maple Hill Drive in Supply on March 17 “without legal justification.”

  • Southport man charged in December shooting

    A Southport man is accused of shooting into a residence occupied by an infant and two adults last December. No one was injured.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 18-year-old Deandre Trevon Williams, of Bluewater Street, on March 22 and charged him with felony discharging a weapon into an occupied dwelling.

    Warrants show Williams fired a .25-caliber ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) into a home in the 3500 block of Reichway SE in Southport on Dec. 11.

    Williams remains in the Brunswick County Detention Facility on $1 million bail.

  • Man charged in series of Southport break-ins

    A 34-year-old man is accused of committing a series of break-ins in Southport.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested James Miller Eason II, of Treeline Drive in Southport, on March 21 and charged him with breaking or entering, attempting to break or enter a building, two counts of larceny after breaking and entering, three counts of first-degree burglary and five counts of breaking or entering a motor vehicle. He also is charged with misdemeanor injury to real property and three counts of misdemeanor larceny.

  • Two arrested after robbery, high-speed chase across state line

    Brunswick County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Charlotte couple accused of robbing two Horry County, S.C., businesses Friday morning, March 24, after a high-speed chase.

    No one was injured.