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Today's News

  • Ralph King turns 84

    Pastor Stephen Nobles and the Sunshine Sisters of New Britton Baptist Church in Ash honor the 84th birthday of Ralph King, born Nov. 5, 1933.

  • Wanted Bolivia man arrested after standoff

    Horry County, S.C., police arrested a Bolivia man wanted on a felony drug warrant after a standoff in Little River, S.C., on Nov. 1.

    Christopher John Clarida, 27, is charged with resisting arrest and being a fugitive, Horry County Government spokeswoman Krystal Dotson said.

    Someone called police to Lincoln Heights Drive where Clarida was believed to be at 5:41 p.m. Wednesday, Dotson said.

    “After many unsuccessful attempts to have Clarida exit the home,” members of the Horry County police SWAT went inside and apprehended him, Dotson said.

  • Veterans Day recognized every day in Brunswick County military family

    OCEAN ISLE BEACH — Four generations of the late Francis Joseph Malinchalk and Myrna Geraldine (Clemmons) Malinchalk family, spouses and in-laws have served their country in the armed forces, service they’re proud to celebrate on Veterans Day and any other day.

    F.J. and Myrna met in Washington, D.C., early in his naval career while she had a job working for the FBI.

  • Jackie Cox celebrates 86th birthday

    Pastor Stephen Nobles and the Sunshine Sisters of New Britton Baptist Church in Ash honor the 86th birthday of Jackie Cox, who was born Nov. 13, 1931.

  • District court docket for Oct. 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27

     

    The following cases were adjudicated over five days of District Criminal Court on Oct. 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 in Bolivia.

    Codes: PG, pleaded guilty; PNG/NG, pleaded not guilty, found not guilty; PNG/G, pleaded not guilty, found guilty; BCDF, Brunswick County Detention Facility; NCDOC, North Carolina Department of Correction.

     

    Monday, Oct. 23

    Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following case with prosecutor Troy Cronk and courtroom clerk Kimberly Gonzalez:

  • Harlow hired as Leland’s first tourism and marketing coordinator

    Anticipating more people moving to northern Brunswick County and more visitors coming to see them at the coast, Leland has hired its first tourism and marketing coordinator.

    Jackie Harlow was hired in October from Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage in Wilmington. She worked as a communications liaison for Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, marketing the real estate agents and management, working on company branding and handling internal communication.

    Harlow said she pursued the role in Leland because it offered a new opportunity.

  • Leland Police reports

    Leland police investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests in the last two weeks. All information is taken directly from incident reports.

    Oct. 28

    Breaking and entering and larceny of miscellaneous items from a Slater Way residence.

    Breaking and entering and larceny of $300 in worth of U.S. Treasury Bonds from an Old Fayetteville Road residence.

    Larceny of jewelry worth $2,600 from a Brookhaven Trail residence.

  • Shallotte Police reports

    Shallotte police investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests in the past two weeks. All information is taken directly from police incident and arrest reports.

    Oct. 23

    Shoplifting miscellaneous tools worth $1,392 from Wal-Mart on Main Street.

    Richard Borelli Pearson, 40, was arrested on charges of felony larceny, shoplifting and misdemeanor trespassing.

    Oct. 23

    Jeffrey Todd Sammons, 35, was arrested on charges of felony burglary and misdemeanor larceny from a motor vehicle.

    Oct. 24

  • Five years in, five to go to 'Who are you again?'

    I met Leland’s new tourism and marketing coordinator, Jackie Harlow, who joined the town staff in October, just last week.

    She said she had lived in Wilmington about 10 years before taking the new position and is considering a move across the bridge into Brunswick County to go with her new job.

    I appreciated what she was considering giving up, that she was, so very, very close to reaching the tipping point where she was no longer new to the area and could almost be considered a part of her community.

  • Carolina Shores delays work schedule proposal

    CAROLINA SHORES — The town board of commissioners has delayed consideration of a proposed work schedule alternative following debate and a split vote at their workshop Monday morning, Nov. 6.

    Commissioner Mary Timothy requested the delay after objecting to the details as well as the absence of Mayor Joyce Dunn and commissioner Gere Dale at the monthly session.