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Today's News

  • West beats North in four sets in volleyball

    LELAND — West Brunswick beat North Brunswick 25-14, 23-25, 25-15, 25-21 in a non-conference volleyball match Aug. 27 at North.

    The match was the third of the season for West. North is 3-3.

    West had played the previous evening and won in five sets against South Columbus. West coach Sue Karrs said the Trojans were feeling the effects of that effort when it played North.

    “We had a really tough match last night,” she said. “It went five. We had a really intense game. We played well. We won 16-14 the last game.

  • Video: West-North volleyball

    Video of final points in third and fourth sets of West-North volleyball match, which West won 25-14, 23-25, 25-15, 25-21.

  • West routs Lumberton in soccer

    West Brunswick beat Lumberton 8-2 Aug. 26 in a non-conference soccer game.

    Tristan Murphy scored four goals.

    Lincoln Smith, San Zeng, John McNeil and David Cardenas also scored.

    Smith, Murphy, John McNeil, Noah Faircloth had assists.

  • Former Leland police officer pleads guilty to attempted murder

     BOLIVIA — A former Leland police lieutenant accused of leading officers on a high-speed chase last September will spend at least two decades in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of attempted murder in Brunswick County Superior Court last week.

  • Leland Cultural Arts Center hosts open house Aug. 29.

    Arts enthusiasts are invited to see what is happening at the Leland Cultural Arts Center (LCAC) with an open house Saturday, Aug. 29.

    The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., is free and open to the public. It will feature tours of the facility, hands-on activities, door prizes, refreshments and a chance to meet the instructors.

  • Belville board supports two riverwalk park events

    BELVILLE — Belville officials agreed to support two upcoming events hosted at the Brunswick Riverwalk at Belville Park.

    Jonas Williams of the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce requested approval for a bonfire and the use of town equipment to show an outdoor movie Oct. 30 as part of the second annual Bikes, Boots and BBQ, which will run Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.

    Williams said he has spoken to Brunswick County Fire Marshal Scott Garner and was told they would need to apply for a permit and provide a bond for $500,000 in liability insurance.

  • Vote on rezoning Leland’s U.S. 17 property set for September

    LELAND — For three months, Leland officials have gone back and forth on the FlexCode zoning of five parcels on U.S. 17 and will have to take up the issue a fourth time in September based on the town board’s vote during its Aug. 20 meeting.

  • Navassa officials skeptical of environmental cleanup site trustees

    NAVASSA — Navassa residents, lead by Mayor Eulis Willis, came out of an Aug. 18 environmental clean-up program organizing meeting skeptical that they would have a say in the project.

    More than 75 people attended the informational meeting at Navassa’s Mount Calvary AME church where they learned a $23 million legal settlement will pay for repairing the ecosystem damaged by creosote that leaked into the waterways from a nearby plant.

  • Committee supports splitting U.S. 17 superstreet plan

    CAROLINA SHORES — Members of the Grand Strand Area Transportation Study (GSATS) voted to remove U.S. 17 intersection upgrades from its 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP).

    But they acted only to reorganize the projects to have a better chance for funding in the 2040 LRTP.

  • South Brunswick Charter students enjoy first week on new campus

     BOLIVIA — South Brunswick Charter School, in its second year of existence, has quite a different look this year.

    While last year’s school had 73 students and held classes at a professional center office park in Southport, the 2015-16 version of South Brunswick Charter has 197 students and moved into its brand new 45-acre campus off Sunset Harbor Road for the first day of school Monday, Aug. 24.