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Today's News

  • Shallotte man sought in Sunset Beach break-in arrested in S.C.

    A Shallotte man wanted in a Sunset Beach break-in was arrested April 13 in Little River, S.C.

    Sunset Beach police charged 24-year-old Antaun Linear Miller, 24, of Forest Drive with breaking and entering, larceny, safecracking and injury to real property in an April 12 break-in on Cotton Mill Court in Sea Trail.

    Someone broke in through a back window and stole several items around lunchtime when no one was home, according to an incident report. Some evidence was left behind and arrest warrants were issued the next day.

  • WBHS JROTC food drive under way to support Loaves for Fishes

    The West Brunswick High School JROTC is hosting its 2018 food drive in support of the Brunswick Islands Baptist Church Loaves for Fishes Food Pantry. The food drive will run through May 11.

    This annual event is part of West Brunswick’s JROTC Community Service/Service Learning program. The Brunswick Island Baptist Church Food pantry feeds about 14,000 people annually.

  • League of Women Voters to meet April 23

    The League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear’s next hot topic presentation will be Monday, April 23, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Hanover Room at the New Hanover County Main Library at 201 Chestnut St. in Wilmington.

    This month’s hot topic discussion will be “N.C. Private Schools Receiving Vouchers: A Study of the Curriculum,” presented by guest speaker Bonnie Bechard, vice president of the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear.

  • OIB police seek man in business break-in

    Ocean Isle Beach police are asking for the public’s help to identify the man who broke in to Sheffield’s Seafood and Grocery on April 15

    The man removed cash from the safe and stole cigarettes from the business at 57 Causeway Drive SW early that morning, police said.

    The man, described as white and last seen wearing a blue shirt and black flip-flops, faces charges of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and injury to real property

    Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Rich Heycock at 274-1746 or 579-4221.

  • Sunset Vision seeks volunteers for pair of upcoming events

    Sunset Vision is looking for volunteers at two spring events to help enhance the beauty and enjoyment of Sunset Beach.

  • Former BEAT president files complaint against ex-board member

    A founder and former president of the nonprofit Brunswick Environmental Action Team has taken legal action against a former BEAT board member, claiming she harassed him.

    Neil Gilbert of Sunset Beach filed a civil injunction and complaint for a no-contact order “for stalking or nonconsensual sexual conduct” March 7 against Kristen Colleran of Ocean Isle Beach.

  • Leland woman accused of stealing drugs from employer

    A Leland woman is accused of stealing drugs from the Winnabow nursing home where she worked.

    Michelle Margaret Whitney Miller, 36, of Quail Hollow Road was arrested April 10 and charged with three counts of embezzling a controlled substance by an employee and two counts of trafficking opium or heroin.

  • Brunswick County Teen Court April 24

    The next session of Brunswick County Teen Court will be April 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Brunswick County Courthouse. Brunswick County Teen Court is a partnership program between Communities In Schools and the Brunswick County District Attorney’s Office, made possible through financial support provided by the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council and Brunswick County.

  • Three face cocaine charges in separate cases

    Brunswick County sheriff’s deputies arrested three people on cocaine charges in two separate cases April 13.

    Kenneth Levern Miller, 28, of Cypress Court NW in Calabash, is charged with possession with intent to sell or distribute cocaine and misdemeanor possession of more than a half-ounce but less than one-and-a-half ounces of marijuana, simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Board OKs 2018-19 school calendars

    BOLIVIA — Students can expect slightly longer school days but perhaps less stress during winter break after the Brunswick County Board of Education approved both the district’s calendar and the Brunswick County Early College High School 2018-19 calendar April 10.

    Brunswick County Schools associate superintendent Dr. Jerry Oates said that for the 2018-19 school year, classes will begin 10 minutes earlier and end 10 minutes later than the current schedule.

    Students will return to classes for the next semester Aug. 27 and end the school year May 30.