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Today's News

  • Retirement living community to break ground in Ocean Isle Beach

    A groundbreaking will be later this month on a site that will soon be home to Arbor Landing at Ocean Isle, a retirement living community with assisted services.

    Built by Ridge Care, a company that claims to offer “residential senior living alternatives,” Arbor Landing will provide seniors 55 and older four apartment styles ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. For increased security, all apartments are accessible from inside entrances. Apartments will include large, private baths and kitchenettes.

  • OysterFest

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  • Grants provide much-needed funding

    Good news came to the Ocean Isle Beach Police Department recently.

    Last week, it was announced the department would receive a grant from the Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. The $145,288 grant will be used to hire a new officer and cover that officer’s salary for the next three years.

    By receiving the grant, the town will receive an additional officer and additional protection without additional taxpayer expense for the next three years.

  • Stolen bicycles recovered in Sunset Beach

    Stolen bicycles recovered in Sunset Beach

    SUNSET BEACH—Police recovered two bicycles that were reported stolen at 40th Street.

    A report of the recovery was made last Thursday, July 30.

     

  • Performing Arts Series 2009

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  • Island Living

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  • Drawing on experience

    Miller Pope, one of the founders of Sea Trail Resort and Conference Center in Sunset Beach, led a colorful life as a big-city freelance illustrator, businessman and world-traveling family man before finding his family’s “paradise” in Brunswick County in the 1970s.

    Now, he’s the owner of his own Island Press publishing house on Ocean Isle Beach and is in the business of writing books—specifically about what he’s learned about art, history and life in the 80 years of he’s watched the world change around him.

  • Fish and fishermen get back to work

    I thought the wind would never stop blowing. We missed almost an entire week of fishing trips because of strong southwest winds that kept seas running 3-5 feet and made fishing uncomfortable if not impossible.

    However, nature’s pendulum has swung back into our favor and as of Monday, the winds and seas subsided and have offered myself and Ocean Isle Fishing Center captains the opportunity to get back on the water and back to our jobs.

  • MacDonalds win Ocean Ridge couples title

    The Ocean Ridge Sunday Couples League played its annual club championship tournament July 19 and July 26. A third day was scheduled for Aug. 2, but stormy weather shortened the day to a nine-hole regular competition at Lion’s Paw.

    The July 19 couples event on Panther’s Run consisted of nine holes of alternate shot on the front nine, where both teed off, then selected the best drive and proceeded to alternate shots through the last putt on hole 9. On the back nine, the format was a two-person scramble, with two required drives from each player.

  • Brunswick County Sheriff's Office K-9 roundup

    The K-9 enforcement team answers calls, conducts driver’s license checkpoints and assists with other agencies when K-9s are needed.

    From July 27-Aug. 2, deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Enforcement Team answered 26 calls and made three drug arrests.

    K-9 deputies patrolled the following communities: Ocean Ridge, Waterford, Holden Beach, Birch Creek, Shell Point Acres and Lakes of Lockwood.

    The following suspects were charged. All information is taken directly from arrest reports and citations.