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Today's News

  • New Christmas Village celebrates season Dec. 16 in Shallotte’s Mulberry Park

    Another big holiday market, a new Christmas Village featuring more than 50 unique vendors, debuts from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, in Mulberry Park at 123 Mulberry St. in Shallotte.

    Celebrate with Santa Claus, hayrides, personnel from police and fire departments, children’s crafts and the Stardusters Big Band presenting a Christmas show.

    Other highlights include winter vegetables, artisans, jewelers, photos with Santa, hot cider and maybe even a few extra holiday surprises.

  • Nighttime is the right time for Bolivia Christmas parade Dec. 16

    The annual Bolivia Fire Department Christmas Parade will be held under the lights this year, beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16.

    The parade route will remain the same, proceeding from the Brunswick County Government Complex, 30 Government Center Drive, through Bolivia on Old Ocean Highway and ending at Bolivia Elementary School at 4036 U.S. 17 Business E.

    Lineup for parade participants begins 5 p.m. at the government complex.

    The road will be blocked off at 5:45 p.m. and will reopen at the end of the parade.

  • Leland police ask for public's assistance in locating missing teen

    Leland police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a missing 16-year-old girl.

    Savannah Johnson was last seen at her home near Pickett Road at 9 p.m. Dec. 13 and may be in the Jacksonville area, according to a police department news release issued Friday.

    She is described as having light-colored haired and a small build and wears glasses.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Felicia McCabe at 332-5005.

  • Fire destroys Brunswick House at Brunswick Plantation

    An afternoon fire Thursday has destroyed the Brunswick House Property Owners Association pool clubhouse building in Brunswick Plantation.

    Dispatch records show the call came in at 1:57 p.m. Dec. 14 and that flames and smoke were visible from the building at 382 Brunswick Drive NW in Calabash. The cause of the blaze has not been determined.

    People were in the building at the time the fire was first noticed, including some who were inside the indoor swimming pool. All occupants were safely evacuated as the fast-moving fire spread.

  • Leland’s H2GO transfer restraining order upheld

    BOLIVIA—Superior Court by Judge Thomas A. Lock decided Wednesday morning there won’t be any more upheaval in Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO’s operation in the near future.

    “It’s the intent of the court simply to freeze things as they are right now,” Lock said.

    That means Belville will keep H2GO’s assets, but can’t push forward with the reverse osmosis plant project.

  • Three arrested in Longwood fatal shooting

     

  • Cahoon to speak on water safety Dec. 18

    The Brunswick Environmental Action Team (BEAT) will host an informational discussion with Dr. Larry Cahoon of UNCW on Monday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. in the meeting room at Brunswick Electric Membership Corp.in Supply.

  • Bureau seeks 25 percent homeowners insurance rate hike for county beaches

    Insurance companies want a 25 percent increase on Brunswick County homeowners insurance rates on or near the coast and 23.7 percent everywhere else.

    The number increases to a 40 percent rate hike proposed for Brunswick County renters and condominium owners, according to numbers the North Carolina Rate Bureau proposed to the state’s Department of Insurance.

  • County’s residential market continues to show steady growth

    Colder weather may be here, but Brunswick County’s residential real estate market shows no signs of cooling down in the near future, according to data released by the Brunswick County Association of Realtors (BCAR).

  • Teen Court scheduled for Dec. 19

    The next session of Brunswick County Teen Court will be Dec. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Brunswick County Courthouse. Brunswick County Teen Court is a partnership program between Communities In Schools and the Brunswick County District Attorney’s Office, made possible through financial support provided by the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council and Brunswick County Schools.