Today's News

  • Big Daddy Weave brings 'My Story" to Brunswick County on Oct. 10

    Big Daddy Weave, one of Christian music’s biggest headlining artists, is making a return visit to Brunswick County this Saturday night, Oct. 10.

    The gospel-hit band is bringing its “My Story Tour” to the stage of Odell Williamson Auditorium at Brunswick Community College at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10.

  • Pelicans paint pumpkins to profit Paws-Ability

    “Pick A Pumpkin for Paws-Ability” is officially under way at Pelican’s SnoBalls.

    On Oct. 1, the flavored shaved-ice treat stand, which opened in April at 5460 S. Main St. in Shallotte, started selling an array of festively decorated pumpkins decorated by members of the Myrtle Beach, S.C., Pelicans baseball team

    One hundred percent of sales of the Pelicans “celebrity pumpkins” will be donated to Paws-Ability, a nonprofit group that provides funding and support for homeless animals and animal issues exclusively in Brunswick County.

  • Greenlands Farm gearing up for Fall Festival on Oct. 10

    Rural recreation will take over the barnyard this Saturday at Greenlands Farm, which has scheduled its fourth annual Fall Festival.

    The popular farm and store at 668 Midway Road in Bolivia will celebrate the season from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 10 with an array of children’s activities, live music, pony and llama cart rides, hayrides and milking demonstrations.

    Once again, there will be a hot pepper contest as well as chicken-poo bingo, set up on a special farmyard grid.

  • Calabash Fire Department September 2015

    Calabash Fire Department

    During September, the Calabash Fire Department responded to 151 calls: one structure fire, eight motor vehicle accidents, one rescue, 12 public assistance calls, two other, and 127 EMS first-responder calls.

  • Game change: South vs. West football game is 6:30 p.m. Monday

    West Brunswick Athletics Director Jimmy Fletcher said Saturday afternoon the South vs. West football game has been rescheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, at West.

  • Flooding and fishing issues

    I have received several phone calls and emails concerning the future status on our fishery after all the freshwater runoff. The honest answer is I really don’t know. We have gotten a tremendous amount of rain. There is water from inland flooding that will also have to make its way to the ocean. It probably will take weeks for things to get back to normal. The only good news I have is that this is the fall season. The big bull redfish were thick along the beach before this crazy event happened. I plan to go to the beach as soon as the rain clears to check things out.

  • Patience is a key to do well in tournaments
  • Patterson has ‘amazing’ time at First Tee Open

    I’ve known Landon Patterson since he joined The First Tee of Brunswick County eight years ago. He was cute, enthusiastic about golf and willing to learn and be a part of the program.

    Today, Patterson is a senior at West Brunswick High School, the captain of its golf team and an honors student. He has led them to three straight state tournament appearances. He has been named first team all-conference the last two years.   

    He just returned from playing in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach.

  • McLaughlin scores ace

    Doris McLaughlin scored a hole-in-one Aug. 24 on the second hole at Panther’s Run. She used a 7-wood on the 100-yard hole.

  • McCumbee, McAleer win sports car title

    Chad McCumbee and Stevan McAleer, driving for C.J. Wilson Racing, won the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Street Tuner series championship Friday, Oct. 2, at Road Atlanta.

    “It’s a huge accomplishment,” McCumbee said Sunday. “We were in a really good spot to potentially have a run at the title last year and fell a little short. But to get it done this year in the fashion that we’ve done is really exciting to give ModSpace and C.J. Wilson Racing their first Continental Tire championship.”