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  • Carolina Shores commissioners to meet Oct. 2 and 5

    Carolina Shores commissioners are scheduled to convene for their monthly workshop at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 2.

    The town board’s monthly meeting follows at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5.

    For more information and copies of an agenda and meeting packet, go to the town website, carolinashoresnc.com.

  • N.C. Science Museums program awards $2.39M in grants

    Fifty-four science centers across the state will soon receive grant awards as part of the second year of the $2.39 million North Carolina Science Museums Grant Program.

    Grants were awarded based on criteria that promote the priorities of state government, with a primary goal of enhancing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education opportunities for the public, particularly in low resource communities.

  • Sunset Beach police seek Hardee’s robber

    Sunset Beach police are seeking information about a robbery at Hardee’s early Friday morning, Sept. 22. No one was injured.

    Someone armed with a pistol entered the restaurant at 1651 Seaside Road SW just after 4 a.m. and demanded the manager open the safe. The robber made off with an undisclosed amount of cash.

    No description of the robber was provided.

    Sunset Beach police were first to arrive and soon received mutual aid from Ocean Isle Beach police and the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Railroad work requires River Road closure

    River Road/N.C. 133, north of the intersection with George II Highway/N.C. 87 in Brunswick County, will be closed to traffic for two weeks, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 26.

    The closure is needed so a contractor for the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point can make improvements to a railroad crossing.

    The road closure will start at 9 a.m. Sept. 26 and last until 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9. Traffic will be detoured using N.C. 87, U.S. 17 and U.S. 17/74/76.

  • S.C. man accused of running from deputies in Leland

    A South Carolina man is accused running from Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies before they arrested him in Leland on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

    Shaquille Weaver, 23, of Wright Boulevard in Conway, is charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, two misdemeanor counts of resisting a public officer, fictitious information to an officer and speeding.

  • Calabash man faces resisting arrest, drug charges

    Brunswick County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Calabash man who tried to run from them after they found cocaine in his possession.

    Eric Lamont Stevens, 36, of Marlowtown Road NW is charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver cocaine, maintaining a vehicle, dwelling or place for a controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor resisting a public officer.

  • No one injured after pickup strikes school bus

     

  • Wilmington man accused of trafficking opiates

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a Wilmington man accused of trafficking opiates.

    Paul Andrew Frick, 41, of Crosswinds Drive was arrested Sept. 15 and charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance, possession of heroin, two counts of trafficking opium or heroin and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Sixth annual event seeks to ‘Ride Domestic Violence out of Town’

    Saturday, Sept. 30 will mark the sixth annual Let’s Ride Domestic Violence Out of Town Awareness Rally, held by Hope Harbor Home.

    This year’s event will start at Beach House Harley-Davidson on U.S. 17 on the south side of Shallotte.

    On-site pre-registration will start at 9 a.m., with kickstands up at 10 a.m. Riders will be escorted by the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Jessica’s Journey: Former teacher travels the globe for God

    Christ’s presence has been felt by 24-year-old Jessica Bundy for a long time. But the Southport native and former Supply Elementary School teacher said she decided about two years ago it was time to truly let the Lord into her life.

    “Since then, I realized the Lord’s plans for us are the best,” she said.

    But Bundy knew she didn’t want to keep the good news all to herself and set out to spread the word to everyone she could.

    The World Race made that possible.