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Today's News

  • Man involved in 2013 checkpoint shooting arrested on marijuana charges

     

  • Mulberry Branch bridge remains under construction

    SHALLOTTE — The new Mulberry Branch bridge on Bridgers Road is not yet finished, and the road that connects Whiteville Road and Smith Avenue, used by many residents as an alternative to Main Street in Shallotte, remains closed to traffic.

    Town Administrator Albert Hughes told Shallotte aldermen during their Dec. 5 meeting he thought the issue involved guardrails and they might be waiting on parts to be delivered.

  • Leland OKs Lanvale Forest voluntary annexation

    LELAND — Leland officials reached a compromise Nov. 30 with Lanvale Forest residents to accept the voluntary annexation of a new phase of the development, which also started the process for the town-initiated annexation of the rest of Lanvale Forest.

    The town continued a public hearing from September to consider the voluntary annexation of phase three of the neighborhood and an associated zoning application submitted by the new developer, M&JM (NC) LLC, for 37.65 acres of undeveloped land off Old Forest Drive.

  • County to study water treatment options

    GenX and other contaminants in the Cape Fear River, Brunswick County Public Utilities’ source for drinking water, will be part of the department’s focus as it plans for the expansion of the Northwest Water Treatment Plant in 2018.

    County public utilities director John Nichols spoke to county commissioners at their Dec. 4 meeting about improvement options for the plant.

  • Leland’s ‘Pack the Patrol Car’ to benefit BFA, Salvation Army

    Leland police and Leland Wal-Mart are coming together to help Brunswick Family Assistance and the Salvation Army during the holidays with a series of fundraisers and a grand finale “Pack the Patrol Car” event.

    From now until Dec. 5, Leland Wal-Mart will host events in and around the store at 1112 New Pointe Blvd. to raise money for the two nonprofits.

    On Dec. 7, Leland police will open the doors of two police cars parked outside Wal-Mart for the public to pack with non-perishable foods between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

  • BTS offers free Dial-A-Ride for toy donations

    Donate a new, unwrapped toy for Toys For Tots through Dec. 15 and receive one free round-trip Dial-a-Ride from Brunswick Transit System.

    Round-trip ride must be scheduled within Brunswick County and scheduled 48 hours in advance. Free Dial-A-Ride has no cash value.

    Toys can be dropped off at the Brunswick Transit System office or given to one of its drivers.

  • NCBLC chapter turkey giveaway Dec. 14

    The Bolivia Brunswick County Chapter of the North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus (NCBLC) is partnering with Wal-Mart in Leland to give away more than 100 turkeys, stuffing, cranberry sauces and yams to needy families with children and low-wealth seniors Dec. 14 at the store from 4 and 7 p.m.

    To place your name on the list, call 278-7245.

  • ATMC-TV airs holiday programming

    ATMC-TV will air two special holiday programs throughout the Christmas season on ATMC Cable Channel 3 and HD Channel 910.

    Yuletide Fireplace and holiday music will be shown from noon to midnight on Christmas Eve and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Christmas Day.

    The Shallotte Christmas Parade will be shown through Dec. 23: Mondays through Fridays at noon and Saturdays and Sundays at 8:30 p.m. Brunswick County Clerk of Court and host of ATMC-TV’s Our Hometown, Jim MacCallum, and Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce president/CEO Shannon Viera host the parade.

  • Cahoon to speak on water safety Dec. 18

    The Brunswick Environmental Action Team (BEAT) will host an informational discussion with Dr. Larry Cahoon of UNCW on Monday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. in the meeting room at Brunswick Electric Membership Corp.in Supply.

  • HCPD blanket drive under way

    The Horry County (S.C.) Police Department has teamed up with the Horry County Animal Care Center to host a blanket drive for county animals.

    Donations of new or gently used blankets are being requested to distribute throughout the community by environmental services officers.

    Drop off locations include the Horry County Animal Care Center at 1923 Industrial Park Drive in Conway and the ML Brown Building at 2560 N. Main St., Suite 7, in Conway.