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Today's News

  • Sunset at Sunset celebrates season Saturday in Sunset Beach

    If you go

    What: Sunset at Sunset

    When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4

    Where: Village at Sunset Beach

    Cost: Free admission

    Go to: www.sunsetatsunset.com

    Vendors and music will once again collide when the eighth annual Sunset at Sunset celebrates the fall season in Sunset Beach next to Ingram Planetarium.

    Highlights include vendors, crafters, food, nonprofit groups, a kids’ korner and stage entertainment.

    Festivities begin at 10 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m.

  • GLFD's sixth annual haunted trail gets ghoulish

    The season of spookiness has descended.

    You can tell, because ghosts and ghouls and indescribably ghastly things are converging starting this weekend at Grissettown Longwood Fire & Rescue’s six annual haunted trail wending its way next to the fire station at 758 Longwood Road (N.C. 904).

    Yes, it’s eerie, but each year more brave souls turn out to walk the trail.

  • Yee-haw: Saturday is Farm Heritage Day at Indigo Farms

    IF YOU GO

    What: Farm Heritage Day

    When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4

    Where: Indigo Farms

    Cost: Free; charges for some activities

    Saturday, Oct. 4, is Farm Heritage Day at Indigo Farms, with a farmyard full of planned activities.

    Events kick off at 10 a.m.

    Highlights include horse-drawn demonstrations, indigo-dyeing exhibits, weaving, old tools, 19th-century artifacts and blacksmithing.

  • Calabash BIG Sweep cleans up Saturday

    BIG Sweep is sweeping and cleaning up Calabash on Saturday, Oct. 4.

    Volunteers interested in donating time to help clean up the community for two hours will gather at Calabash Community Park, 868 Persimmon Road, starting with registration and a welcome from 9:30 to 10 a.m.

    Litter pickup from 10 a.m. to noon will once again include roadside and river cleanup, if anyone with a boat is interested. After helping out, BIG Sweep participants will be treated to lunch and prizes in the park from noon to 12:30 p.m.

  • Sunset Beach Police Department

    Sunset Beach police investigated the following incidents. All information is taken directly from department reports.

    Sept. 24

    Financial transaction card fraud, Seabourne Way.

    Death investigation, Magnolia Drive.

  • Sunset Beach councilman pleads guilty to DWI

    Sunset Beach Town Councilman Mike Williams has pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated.

    Williams was ordered to pay a $100 fine and court costs after pleading guilty to a level-5 DWI charge at a district court hearing Friday, Sept. 26, at the Brunswick County Courthouse.

    Williams must also complete 24 hours of community service and cannot operate a vehicle until he is relicensed. A second charge of driving left of center was dismissed, according to Brunswick County Clerk of Court records.

  • Caffeine overdosers unite: There's a lot to learn in the middle of the night

    Free coffee on National Coffee Day this past Monday, Sept. 29, must’ve been caffeinated bliss for addicts who don’t have to be mindful of overdoing it.

    All a coffeeholic had to do was venture up U.S. 17 for a free or reduced-price fix every five or so miles. And that’s just in consideration of all the Kangaroo stores and Mickey D’s dotting the roadside.

  • Calabash EMS puts old ambulance in the pink to spread awareness

    CALABASH — She’s an old ambulance sporting a new shade of pink to spread a year-round message.

    At a ceremony last Thursday, Sept. 25, Calabash Volunteer EMS ambulance No. 2971, the oldest in the department fleet, was unveiled as the newly transformed “Vision of Calabash.”

    The station on Beach Drive was decked out in pink for the emergency vehicle unveiling, from balloons and festoons to refreshments. The men on hand were decked out, too, exemplifying real men who wear EMS pink T-shirts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

  • Agents arrest two accused of selling LSD

     Agents arrested two men accused of selling LSD in Brunswick County.

    On Friday, Sept. 26, the school resource officer at South Brunswick High School received a tip that Olin Chad Ivey, of Supply, was “on campus during the football game Friday with the intention of selling LSD.”

  • County officials offer fire safety tips to seniors

     CALABASH — Holiday season is rapidly approaching, meaning more bright lights, decorations, power strips and extension cords.

    These are all great ways to spruce up festive homes during the next few months, but these decorations also double as fire hazards.