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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.

  • Fire crews quell Calabash house fire

    Area firefighters brought under control a house fire reported at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, July 23, at 1385 McMurray Lane.

    Arriving firefighters found flames shooting from the roof of a doublewide mobile home. All residents of the house were already safely outside.

    Calabash firefighters with the assistance of Sunset Beach and Grissettown/Longwood fire departments were able to bring the blaze under control in about 15 minutes and limit damage to just one side of the residence, Calabash Fire Department spokeswoman Honey Chiocco said.

  • Family rescued from overturned boat in Shallotte Inlet

    Sea Tow Ocean Isle, the Coast Guard and the Ocean Isle Beach Police Department helped rescue a family Saturday after their boat overturned in Shallotte inlet.

    According to a Sea Tow Facebook post, the family lost power in their cabin cruiser Saturday, July 22, in Shallotte Inlet. After they drifted into the breakers, the family put a call out to let the Coast Guard know they were taking on water.

  • Supply man accused of selling pills out of his home

    A man is accused of selling pills out of his Supply home in May.

    Ronnie Earl Steen, 67, of Cedar Landing Road was arrested July 18 and charged with felony sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance, felony maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, two felony counts of trafficking opium or heroin and one felony count of possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance.

  • Man accused of shooting at coworker after argument

    A man is accused of shooting at his coworker after an argument at construction site Monday, July 17.

    No one was injured.  

    Dadrian Earl Todd, 27, was arrested Monday and charged with assault with a deadly weapon, according to a Leland Police Department news release.

  • Driver accused of hitting, killing bicyclist Wednesday back in jail

    A Supply man facing two charges in a fatal crash that killed a bicyclist on Civietown Road Wednesday is back in jail Friday after his bail amount was raised to $250,000.

    Ricky Colin Pruett, 42, of Supply, was charged with misdemeanor DWI and felony death by motor vehicle.

    He was originally booked in the Brunswick County Detention Facility on Wednesday and was released on $50,000 bail later that day.

  • Missing dog reunited with family in Holden Beach

    On Saturday, July 1, Nick Bazzle, Kim Jenkins Bazzle and their dogs Macy and Marley arrived in Holden Beach to soak up some sun and sand and spend some time with Nick’s mother, Dolly Kennerly.

    On Monday, July 3, the family was forced to return to their Taylorsville home because of work obligations without Macy.

    Nick said he and his wife arrived at his mother’s house in the early morning hours July 1 and later put the dogs in Dolly’s fenced backyard.