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Today's News

  • BSRI plans Lockwood Folly Community Building as site for senior center

    Brunswick Senior Resources has found the next site for a full service senior center in the Lockwood Folly Community Building.

    BSRI took over management of the center from the Brunswick County Parks and Recreation Department on Jan. 1, BSRI President and CEO Jim Fish said.

    Lockwood Folly’s community building at 1691 Stanbury Road SW in Supply is currently one of the senior nutrition sites run by BSRI.

  • Holden Beach Police report

    The Holden Beach Police Department investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests in the last month. All information is taken directly from police incident and arrest reports.

    December 7

    Larceny of a debit/credit card from Captain Pete’s.

    December 11

    Breaking and entering – forcible entry, vandalism and larceny from a building by someone breaking a rear window at a residence on Ocean Boulevard West and stealing a 42 inch flat screen television, valued at $500.

  • Shallotte Police report

    Shallotte Police investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests in the last two weeks. All information is taken directly from police incident and arrest reports.

    December 23

    Ricky Devon Hill, 37, arrested on felony charge of breaking and entering a motor vehicle.

    Vandalism by someone backing a vehicle into a utility trailer, causing $6,000 worth of damage.

    Breaking and entering a motor vehicle by suspect entering a tow truck to lower his vehicle.

    December 24

  • Leland Police report

    Leland police investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests in the last three weeks. All information is taken directly from police incident and arrest reports.

    December 22

    Traffic crash on Village Road, two vehicles were involved in a traffic crash resulting in property damage.

    Traffic crash on US 17 South, two vehicles were involved in a traffic crash resulting in property damage.

    Traffic crash on Village Road by someone backing their vehicle into the victim’s parked car, resulting in property damage.

  • New non-profit needs help to help residents heat their homes

    A new assistance program to keep Brunswick County residents warm through the winter could use a little help itself.

    Linda and Michael Roth created Warming Brunswick County Homes last fall to provide heat assistance for residents who struggle with their bills in the winter.

    They began the program in November but intend to actively campaign and provide what assistance they can through March.

    “We want to get help to people who need it and can’t or don’t qualify for other programs,” Linda Roth said.

  • A whole new you in about an hour

    We are eight days into the new year and, from experience, I’m guessing that for many enough time has passed that those new year’s resolutions are starting to become a real burden if they haven’t been dumped outright.

    From Thanksgiving through Jan. 2 most people’s schedules get thrown off to the point that a resolution or two seem almost do-able, until we settle back into our normal routines in the first week of the year.

    It turns out it’s tougher than it appears to make those lifestyle changes.

  • Dixie Youth meeting Jan. 13

     Dixie Youth meeting

    Dixie Youth Softball and Baseball will have a meeting at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 13 at Shallotte First Baptist Church. Officers for the 2015 season will be elected. For more information, call Brian Walker at  (910) 734-3946.

  • South’s girls win three-team swim meet

       BOLIVIA — The South Brunswick girls’ swim team won a tri-meet Thursday, Jan. 8, at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center pool.

    South scored 112 points, New Hanover 107 and West Brunswick 15.

    South freshman Hannah Scharf won the 50 freestyle (28.21). Senior teammate Lauren Johnson was second.

    Scharf won the 100 backstroke (1:11.44). Senior teammate Brinkley Farmer was second and West senior Katelyn Ludlum was third.

  • Deputies arrest Ash man in break-in, theft

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested a man, who is accused of breaking into and stealing a television from a home in Ash, after using a helicopter to track him down Friday night, Jan. 9.

    Shannon Lee Fowler, 26, of Ash Little River Road in Ash, faces felony charges of breaking and entering and felony after breaking and entering, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

    Fowler is accused of breaking into a neighbor’s residence and stealing a 46-inch flat-screen Vizio TV on Jan. 3, a warrant shows.

  • New store owner hopes to restore surf culture at Holden Beach

     HOLDEN BEACH — Tony Dillard wants to bring the surf culture back to Holden Beach.

    He thinks just the way to do it is through his not-so-new surf shop at the busiest intersection near Holden Beach.

    Holden Beach Surf and Skate has been an entity near the quaint island for last 20 years as previous owner Don Wheeler built the surf shop into one of the locals’ favorite shopping spots.

    On New Year’s Day, Wheeler turned the reins over to young, enthusiastic 27-year-old Tony Dillard.

    Dillard has big plans for the store.