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Today's News

  • Carolina Shores approves property buy for stormwater access

    CAROLINA SHORES — Town commissioners have approved a contract to acquire property that will enable improved access to stormwater facilities.

    Approval of the $16,000 contract to buy a parcel at 64 Carolina Shores Parkway from F.B. Lee Development Co. came at the town board of commissioners meeting last Thursday, Jan. 12.

  • Winnabow woman dies in single-vehicle crash

    A Winnabow woman died in a single-vehicle crash on N.C. 133 on Thursday morning, Jan. 12.

    Kelly Latimer, 47, of Funston Road was driving a silver 2013 Hyundai four-door passenger car south near Little Mallory Creek three miles outside Belville city limits at 8 a.m. when she veered off the right side of the road, struck a ditch, hit a utility pole and overturned about 50 feet from a marsh, North Carolina State Highway Patrol Trooper Ryan McDermott said.

  • Brunswick Community College warns of scam

    Brunswick Community College officials warn local residents to be wary of scam artists pretending to represent the college.

    Reports of an individual asking for donations to help support students in a study abroad trip to Great Britain have occurred among residents and businesses in the North Myrtle Beach, S.C. area, according to a BCC news release issued Thursday afternoon, Jan. 12.

    Officials with the College have no such arrangement with anyone and encourage residents to contact the BCC Foundation to confirm fundraising efforts by third parties.

  • Donation conserves land along Town Creek

    While others hustled about shopping and preparing for the holidays, Marty Lanier was focused on completing a very important year-end gift to the Coastal Land Trust, the gift of a perpetual landowner agreement (also known as a conservation easement) over his 57-acre property in Brunswick County.

  • Flythes celebrate 50th anniversary

     Dr. William and Beatrice Flythe celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 30, 2016, at the Southport Community Building with almost 70 family members and friends. The couple met at Johnson C. Smith University in the fall of 1963. They were married Dec. 23, 1966.

  • Southport sailor Harris continues 75 years of Seabee tradition

    By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class David Wyscaver

    Navy Office of Community Outreach

         “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U. S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the Seabees for the past 75 years. Southport native and South Brunswick High School graduate, Petty Officer 2nd Class Wayne Harris, builds and fights around the world as a member of a naval construction battalion center in Port Hueneme, Calif.

  • Approval addiction: Getting validation from within

      “We live in an approval-addicted society.”

     

    By Linda Arnold

               

    Do you worry too much about what other people think? 

    Before you make a decision, do you run multiple scenarios through your head — to gauge how others will react?

    Is your happiness dependent on others liking and approving of you?

  • What is this mystery plant?

    By John Nelson
    Give me my Romeo; and, when he shall die, 
Take him and cut him out in little stars, 
And he will make the face of heaven so fine 
That all the world will be in love with night 
And pay no worship to the garish sun.

                            Romeo & Juliet Act 3, Scene 2

     

  • Turning to family and friends for many dessert recipes

     

    Over the years, many friends and family members have given dessert recipes to me. Some of those I’ve actually had to ask for and many of those weren’t even written down, so it took a little trial and error on my part in coming up with the exact recipe.

    Many recipes I’ve found when perusing the Internet, going through a myriad of cookbooks or actually watching desserts being made on one of the many, many cooking shows on television.

  • Bluefin tuna action dwindles with rough weather

    By Capt. Derek Treffinger

    For the past several weeks, fishermen of our area have been blessed with both incredible weather and fishing for January. Typically, this month strictly revolves around fishing for trout inshore and preparing equipment for the busy summer season. However, 2017 had a different plan for us. Moderate temperatures in the mid-60s and light winds have brought local anglers another excuse to go offshore fishing.