.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Calabash ponders revised plans for Devaun Park

    CALABASH — Town commissioners have agreed to have a special meeting at 6 p.m. Sept. 29 for a developer of Devaun Park to present modified plans for the upscale community off Beach Drive.

    Vaughn Stanaland has presented plans to modify phase 6B in the community calling for lower-density development that would reduce the number units from 103 single- and multi-family units to 40 all single-family units.

    The town’s planning and zoning board recommended approval of the request following a presentation at its Sept. 6 meeting.

  • Sheriff’s office investigates fatal stabbing in Supply

    A Supply man died after being stabbed early Sunday morning, Sept. 18.

    A Brunswick County Sheriff's Office incident report shows a 40-year-old woman stabbed 58-year-old Danny Nathaniel Grissett at 1816 Empire Road.

    The report describes the incident as a “murder and non-negligent manslaughter.”

  • Flood victim who lost lawsuit speaks in Carolina Shores

    CAROLINA SHORES — A resident who recently lost a lawsuit against the town spoke about ongoing flooding fears at a town board of commissioners meeting last Thursday, Sept. 15.

    Glenda Ward said her house was flooded by a storm that descended the night of Oct. 2, 2015, the start of a weekend deluge that dumped 24 inches of rain on the town last year.

    Ward read a statement about what she went through at her home on Court 6 Northwest Drive, citing stopped-up culverts.

  • Leland plans to change parade ordinance to address business concerns

    LELAND — Leland officials took a first look at addressing a request to reroute the annual Christmas parade with changes to the town ordinance.

    Leland Economic Development Commission chairman David Sink spoke during the public comment segment of the Aug. 25 town council meeting, as the owner of Meineke Car Care Center, to ask the board members to consider moving the Christmas parade off of Village Road.

  • Sunset Beach not likely to ban pine straw

    SUNSET BEACH ­­­— It’s not likely the town can prohibit use of pine straw in landscaping, but more realistically it can encourage communication and warnings about its potential fire dangers.

    The informal conclusion was reached following discussion at a Sunset Beach Planning Board meeting last Thursday, Sept. 15.

    Sunset Beach Fire Chief Kevin Dempsey said he would love to say it’s going to be easy to put something in place to regulate pine straw, but he said it’s also going to be “impossible to enforce.”

  • Supply man charged in shooting of two homes

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a Supply man accused of shooting into two homes in Supply and Bolivia on Aug. 27 and Aug. 30.

    Sh’Kwon Jamar Daniels, 20, of Ridge Road SW, was arrested Thursday, Sept. 15 and charged with two felony counts of discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling/moving vehicle.

    Warrants show Daniels fired into a home in the 1200 block of Morgan Road in Supply on Aug. 27, when the home was occupied. Warrants do not list how many people were in the home or what kind of gun Daniels used.

  • BCC board briefed on Title IX protocol

    BOLIVIA — The Brunswick Community College Board of Trustees was briefed on Title IX as it applies to harassment during its Thursday, Sept. 15, meeting.

    Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs, activities and employment practices.

    Nicole Williams, the college’s director of human resources and its Title IX coordinator, told the board how Title IX approaches harassment.

  • Dosher Wellness Center flu clinic dates

    The Dosher Wellness Center, 3009 Medical Plaza Lane in Southport, is conducting a flu shot clinic for its patients each Tuesday this fall.

    Influenza immunizations began Sept. 20 and will be available each Tuesday from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. through Nov. 22 or while flu vaccine supplies last.

    For more information, call 454-1234.

  • American Red Cross launches new free Hero Care App

    The American Red Cross has unveiled its new Hero Care mobile application. This free app is designed to help members of the military, veterans and their families identify and access both emergency and non-emergency Red Cross services from anywhere in the world.

  • Community forum on human trafficking

    General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) North Myrtle Beach, S.C., Woman’s Club will host a community forum on human trafficking from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, at The Conference Center at Barefoot Resort, 2250 Premier Resorts Blvd. in North Myrtle Beach.

    The purpose of this forum is to raise awareness of human trafficking and its devastating effects on our communities.