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Today's News

  • Man accused of robbing Calabash bank captured

    A man accused of robbing a Calabash bank Friday, Nov. 18, was arrested at his home on S.C. 544 in Conway, S.C., on Monday.

    Kevin Michael Riera, 21, was charged with felony common law robbery and second-degree kidnapping, according to a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office news release.

    Detectives, with the assistance of South Carolina Law Enforcement Division agent Brian Truex and Coastal Carolina University Public Safety, identified Riera and took him into custody without incident, sheriff’s office spokeswoman Emily Flax said.

  • Swim season begins

    BOLIVIA — Six South Brunswick swimmers and two West Brunswick swimmers attained individual regional qualifying time standards in a swim meet Nov. 15 at the Brunswick Community College Dinah E. Gore Aquatics Center.

    The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A regional is Feb. 3 in Cary. It is the qualifier for the state meet Feb. 11, also in Cary.

  • Concert to benefit Hurricane Matthew victims

    Local McDonald’s owners/operators are sponsoring Craig Schulman’s “Three Phantoms: Waves of Hope” benefit concert coming to Wilmington on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at the UNC-Wilmington Kenan Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.

  • Leland police find teen reported missing safew

    Leland police have safely located a teen reported missing Nov. 15.

    Alida Simone Van Rooyen, 16, was found safe in Surf City on Nov. 18, Lt. Jeremy Humphries said.

  • Local Rotary Clubs celebrate centennial with students

    One hundred years ago, a group of people came together to make a difference both globally and in their own backyards through the formation of the first Rotary Club.

    On Wednesday, Nov. 2, in celebration, members of Brunswick County Rotary clubs came together to give dictionaries to third-graders across the county, just as they have for the past 15 years.

    South Brunswick Islands Rotarians visited Waccamaw School, Jessie Mae Monroe, Supply and Virginia Williamson elementary schools to visit with students eager to receive their dictionaries.

  • BCC basketball teams win home games

    BOLIVIA — The Brunswick Community College women’s basketball team beat the University of Mount Olive JV 85-61 in the Lady Dolphins’ home opener Nov. 15.

    For BCC, Briana Jones scored 13 points and Lauren Jenkins 10 in the game at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym.

    Twelve players scored for BCC. Other BCC scorers: Lakita Basnight 9, Aaliyah Vereen 8, Danielle Brisson 7, Leilani Emile 7, Andrea Raynor 7, Sydney Harrison 6,  Corkie Aquafredda 6,  Dellasia Freeman 6, Amaris Houston 4 and Kourtney Mitchell 2.

  • Ocean Isle Beach woman safely located

    A woman reported missing from Ocean Isle Beach on Tuesday, Nov. 15,  has been safely located, Brunswick County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Emily Flax said on Thursday, Nov. 17. 

    Bernice Huntley Logan, 82, of 1826 Waterwing Drive, had last spoken to her family Monday, Nov. 14, and was reported missing the following day. The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert on Wednesday, Nov. 16, that has now been cancelled.

  • Day care owner accused of running over biker at business

    A Shallotte day care owner is accused of running over one biker and assaulting another Thursday, Nov. 10, after an encounter in the parking lot of his business.

    Shallotte police arrested 48-year-old Michael Williams, of Old Shallotte Road, and charged him with felony assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, felony hit and run, misdemeanor simple assault, misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor assault by pointing a gun.

  • 2016 final general election results for Brunswick County

    Below are the Brunswick County results for Nov. 8’s general election.

     

    With 26 of 26 precincts reporting

     

    Brunswick County Schools $152 million bond referendum

    Yes            44,616                        67.16

  • Voters approve $152M school bond referendum, return incumbents

    Brunswick County voters overwhelmingly approved $152 million school bond referendum while also returning many incumbents to the school board and board of commissioners in Nov. 8’s general election.

    The Brunswick County Board of Elections will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, to review about 150 absentee ballots and 791 provisional ballots, county elections director Sara Knotts said. The three board members will meet again at 11 a.m. Nov. 18 to certify the results.

     

    Referendum