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Today's News

  • Brunswick Nuclear Plant assessment open house April 28

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials have scheduled an open house for Tuesday, April 28, to provide information on the agency’s assessment of the two units at the Brunswick Nuclear Plant during 2014.

    The informal open house is scheduled from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Southport Community Building, 223 E. Bay St. in Southport. There will be informational posters and NRC staff will be available to answer questions about the safety performance of the Brunswick plant as well as overall NRC oversight and inspection.

  • Supply woman faces drug trafficking charges

     A Supply woman is accused of trafficking prescription pills.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit agents arrested 50-year-old Dori Duke Maultsby-Nehilla, of Pine Knoll Lane, on four counts of trafficking opium, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance, selling and delivering a schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

  • Man convicted of sex offenses two years ago released on parole

     A man convicted of three felony sex offenses more than two years ago and sentenced to 10 years in state prison has been approved for release on parole.

    Albert R. Baldwin was approved for parole Friday, April 17, after serving two years of a 10-year sentence in the North Carolina Department of Correction, according to a news release from the North Carolina Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission.

    Baldwin was convicted of two counts first-degree sexual offense and statutory rape and sex offense Oct. 4, 2012, in Brunswick County Superior Court.

  • Supply woman accused of violating state school attendance law

     Deputies jailed a Supply woman accused of allowing her son to miss too many days of school.

    Jerri Brewer Collis, 48, was arrested April 2 on a misdemeanor school attendance law violation after she failed to bring her son, a student at Cedar Grove Middle School, to school the required amount of days, a warrant shows. She was briefly incarcerated at the Brunswick County Detention Facility.

  • Supply couple accused of growing marijuana face charges

    Warrants show a Supply couple tried to dispose of some of the marijuana they grew at their residence by burning it in their fireplace before they were arrested Thursday, April 16, according to a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office news release.

  • Holden Beach to get another fiber optic line

    HOLDEN BEACH — The Holden Beach Board of Commissioners unanimously passed an encroachment agreement during its regular meeting April 14 allowing Time Warner Cable Southeast to place another fiber optic line on the island.

    Time Warner will drop the additional fiber optic line across the bottom of the Intracoastal Waterway and along the bank near the Jordan Boulevard Pavilion, Town manager David Hewett said.

  • Man faces drug charges after SBI, Leland police investigation

    A Wilmington man accused of selling drugs in Brunswick County faces several charges following his Wednesday, April 15, arrest.

    An investigation by the State Bureau of Investigation Diversion and Environmental Crimes Unit and Leland police detectives led to the arrest of 36-year-old Anthony Antwan Mallette, which is charged with more than 30 counts of various drug violations, SBI spokeswoman Teresa West wrote in a news release.

    “Mallette was charged with conspiring to sell and selling heroin, oxycodone, morphine and crack cocaine,” West said.

  • What is this mystery plant?

     By John Nelson

     

    “I grieve at what I speak,

     And am right sorry to repeat what follows…”

    King Henry VIII.

     

    Pardon me for repeating a recent mystery plant. Every now and then I do this –– not to grieve my dear readers –– but rather to bring some new aspect of an old friend to bear. Therefore, behold this lovely flower!

  • The secret to Chicken Winston is its seven-ingredient de jonghe sauce

     At one time or another, we’ve all been to a restaurant and had a really fantastic meal and wished we could make that same meal at home. And you probably could, if only you knew the exact ingredients, how to prepare the special sauce and how long to cook it. But, it always seems there’s an ingredient or two you’ve left out, as it just doesn’t taste quite the same as what you had in the restaurant.

  • Garcia-Mendez graduates from basic military training

     Air Force Airman Olivia S. Garcia-Mendez graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. She is the daughter of Fernando Garcia of Shallotte and Juan M. Garcia of Oklahoma City, Okla., niece of Jorge Garcia of Brunswick County and the wife of Carloa Mendez.

     

    Garcia-Mendez graduated from basic military training completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.