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Today's News

  • OIB man faces drug charges after investigation

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit agents arrested an Ocean Isle Beach man on drug charges after an investigation prompted by complaints and tips from the community.

  • Meteorologists expect ‘dangerously cold’ temperatures

     A winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) is no longer in effect, but the cold is here to stay through the end of the week.

    The winter weather advisory issued earlier in the week was lifted after very little precipitation fell Feb. 16-17, said Steve Pfaff, an NWS meteorologist in Wilmington.

    But the forecast prompted Brunswick County Schools to operate on a one-hour delay for students Tuesday, Feb. 17.

  • Trojans avoid upset, advance to second round

     Staff Report

    West Brunswick rallied from a 49-34 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat West Craven 62-57 in a first-round game Thursday, Feb. 26, of the state basketball playoffs.

    West Brunswick, 23-3 and the No. 3 seed in the East, outscored the Eagles 29-11 in the final quarter. Gray Cheers scored 14 of  the Trojans’ 29 points, all on free throws. He hit 14 of 16. For the game, he scored 29 points.

    West Craven (10-16), the No. 30 seed, finishes 10-16.

  • 'Wuthering Heights' unfolds March 2 @ BCC

     IF YOU GO

    What: “Wuthering Heights”

    When: 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 2

    Where: Odell Williamson Auditorium, Brunswick Community College

    How much: $29 adults; $27 seniors and students

    Aquila Theatre is bringing to life Emily Bronte’s classic story of Heathcliff and Catherine’s all-consuming passion with its new production of “Wuthering Heights.”

  • NCHSAA revises playoff schedule

      The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released the following information about the NCHSAA basketball playoffs, which have been hit hard by the snow across the state.

    Thirteen first-round games in all classifications, out of 128, have been completed in the boys’ bracket, and 20 of the 128 first-round games completed in the girls’  brackets.

    Here is the information and adjustments:

    • Any NCHSAA basketball playoff game that could not be played Thursday should be rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 27.

  • Get ready for spring March 3 at Greenlands Farm

    With spring just around the corner, Greenlands Farmstore at 668 Midway Road in Bolivia is conducting two workshops next Tuesday, March 3.

    “Seeds — Preparing Your Spring & Summer,” is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon.

    Participants are invited to join Farmer Henry for an in-depth teaching workshop on preparing your spring and summer garden, and it all starts with seeds.

    The cost of the session is $15, and advance sign-up is requested.

  • Broadway fundraiser opens Feb. 27 to aid Amuzu Theatre

    A fundraising revue, “Broadway on Howe,” to aid with restoration of Southport’s Amuzu Theatre, is scheduled from Feb. 27 through March 8 at the historic theater at 111 N. Howe St.

  • ONDBEAT: And the winner is ... anyone tuned to anything non-Oscars

    The only people in the universe who couldn’t find out anything about this year’s 87th Academy Awards were the (lucky) few who don’t own a functioning boob tube.

    Because judging by the play-by-play, who-wore-what on the red carpet, this event is The Most Fabulous Celebrity Kiss-Up-Fest To Air On Big Brother Screens Everywhere.

  • Major injustice to the fishing community
  • Ray Reyes: New golf manager at Sea Trail

     Last September, Raymond Reyes, came to Sea Trail as the new golf manager. He is having a blast and making a difference.

    The 25-year-old resort and residential community in Sunset Beach had been experiencing financial difficulties for several years. In 2013, a Chinese investor known only as Mr. Pan, bought Sea Trail for $8.5 million.