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Today's News

  • Sunset Beach Police Department July 18-21 2017

    Sunset Beach police made the following arrests and investigated the following incident.

    July 18

    Allan Joseph Jeanetti, 66, of 705 Dogwood Drive, Sunset Beach, arrested for driving while impaired.

    July 19

    Timothy Daniel Helfrich, 31, of 112 Phillips Lane, McKees Rocks, Pa., charged with communicating threats.

    July 21

    Ashley Amber Johnson, 26, of 2384 Ralshore St., Supply, charged with driving while license revoked and expired tags.

    Wallet reported lost or stolen at the Sunset Beach Town Park.

  • Purple Feet Festival scheduled for Sept. 9

    Silver Coast Winery, in partnership with Special Kids Sponsor Foundation, which benefits children in foster care, will host the Purple Feet Festival on Sept. 9 as they celebrate the grape.

    Festival hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children younger than 12 and Lucy look-alikes are admitted free.

    Come enjoy live music by the Imitations, along with MC Tony Resse. There will be a variety of arts and craft vendors, with a Lucy Look-A-Like contest at 3:30 p.m., grape stomping all day and food vendors. The winemaker will also give a winery tour.

  • Juice, Jazz & Java tickets to go on sale

    The North Brunswick Kiwanis Club will present its fifth annual Juice, Jazz & Java Gala on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Leland Cultural Arts Center in Leland.

    The evening will include a buffet dinner catered by Art Catering & Events of Shallotte and dancing to music by DJ Dennis M. Shockley. Savor an array of wines for tasting and participate in the enticing baskets at the auction.

  • Family rescued from overturned boat in Shallotte Inlet

    Sea Tow Ocean Isle, the Coast Guard and the Ocean Isle Beach Police Department helped rescue a family Saturday after their boat overturned in Shallotte inlet.

    According to a Sea Tow Facebook post, the family lost power in their cabin cruiser Saturday, July 22, in Shallotte Inlet. After they drifted into the breakers, the family put a call out to let the Coast Guard know they were taking on water.

  • Supply man accused of selling pills out of his home

    A man is accused of selling pills out of his Supply home in May.

    Ronnie Earl Steen, 67, of Cedar Landing Road was arrested July 18 and charged with felony sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance, felony maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, two felony counts of trafficking opium or heroin and one felony count of possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance.

  • Man accused of shooting at coworker after argument

    A man is accused of shooting at his coworker after an argument at construction site Monday, July 17.

    No one was injured.  

    Dadrian Earl Todd, 27, was arrested Monday and charged with assault with a deadly weapon, according to a Leland Police Department news release.

  • July 20, 2017 edition: Sports calendar

     OIB Surf Camp offered

    Jesse McCrery and Marty Mentzer are offering OIB Surf Camp from the Newport Street public access on Ocean Isle Beach.

    Sessions are from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Monday through Thursday, July 24-27. McCrery and Mentzer have been surfing and teaching surfing for a combined 50 years. Camp scholarships are available in memory of J. Paul Smith.  

    For more information, call 508-9122 or email oibsurfcamp@yahoo.com.

     

    Pickleball clinic offered

  • WBHS Little Girls cheer camp photos

     West Brunswick High School hosted its annual Little Girls Cheer Camp last week at the Shallotte high school. Scroll through the slideshow to see five pictures from last week's event.

  • Fishing slows with unstable weather

     This past week the fishing has revolved strictly around the fluctuations in weather. Our coast has gone from mild temperatures with sunny skies to miserably hot, windy conditions and now has set into a rainy tropical pattern that is forecasted to be here most of the week. Believe it or not, these fluctuations do affect how fish behave and feed.

  • County squads fall short in World Series bids

     TOWN CREEK – A dozen 13-year-old boys walked down the right-field foul line with their heads hung in despair. The coaches walked around the team huddle and consoled the young men who had won their first three tournament games before dropping two straight contests and falling two wins shy of the ultimate prize.