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Today's News

  • Dolphins improve to 19-10 with road series win

     Brunswick Community College’s varsity baseball team continued its hot stretch with a road series win at Lenoir Community College last weekend.

    The Dolphins opened a Friday, March 30, doubleheader with a 10-7 victory in a slugfest.

    Chris Graham and Scottie McKeon led the way offensively for the Dolphins in the series opener. Graham finished 3-for-6 with a home run, RBI and two runs, while McKeon collected three base hits, an RBI and two runs scored.

  • Club Profile - Art League of Leland

    Contact: Candace Whitlock, candace@chuckwhitlock.com

    Information: artleagueofleland.org

    Meetings: First meeting 4 to 6 p.m. April 12 at Leland Cultural Arts Center, 1224 Magnolia Village Way, Leland. Meetings follow on the second Thursday of each month except July, August and December.

    Brunswick County artists will have a new opportunity to share ideas, learn from and encourage one another as part of the new Art League of Leland, a club that will be based at Leland Cultural Arts Center.

  • Belville rejects alligator hunting in town limits

    BELVILLE — Belville became the first municipality in North Carolina to reject alligator hunting March 17 after the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission approved limited hunting at its Feb. 28 meeting.

    “The state has opened up alligator hunting in the state of North Carolina,” Mayor Mike Allen said. “I know the bill was put through based on a lottery system. That means they are going to limit the amount of people who can even hunt.

  • County elections board members appointed, officers selected

    The four members of the Brunswick County Board of Elections were sworn in April 2 during a public meeting Tuesday in the county commissioners’ chambers at the David R. Sandifer Administration Building in Bolivia.

    The bipartisan State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement appointed four members to each of the state’s 100 county boards of elections March 27.

    The state elections board reappointed Republicans Stuart Smith and Grant “Randy” Pelton and Democrat Boyd Williamson to Brunswick County’s board.

  • Project indirectly impacts Shallotte Inlet navigability

    OCEAN ISLE BEACH — Beach sand pulled from Shallotte Inlet began pumping onto Ocean Isle Beach last week, part of the town’s latest Coastal Storm Damage Reduction project.

    While the project doesn’t provide a direct improvement to shoaling in Shallotte Inlet, pulling 330,000 cubic yards of sand out makes an impact.

    Ocean Isle Beach Mayor Debbie Smith said, based on previous experience, the storm damage reduction project improves water flow through the inlet.

  • County releases GenX test results from March samples

    Brunswick County released additional results of testing for GenX in the water supply April 3.

    County officials learned last June the Cape Fear River, the county’s source of drinking water, contains a number of previously unknown contaminants including GenX.

    Samples taken March 15 showed GenX levels of 9.04 parts per trillion in the Northwest Water Treatment Plant’s raw water and 8.98 ppt in the finished water, county spokeswoman Amanda Hutcheson said Tuesday.

  • Commissioners OK large event permit, solar farm regulations

    BOLIVIA — Brunswick County commissioners approved Unified Development Ordinance text amendments permits for events that would host 1,000 or more attendees and for solar farms requirements at their March 19 meeting.

    The text changes provide a procedure and timetable for two categories of events: those with less than 1,000 guests and those with 1,000 or more guests.

    “As Brunswick County grows in population, the events also grow,” planning director Kirstie Dixon said. “Brunswick County has had increased requests for larger events.”

  • County fire commission to continue goals review

    The Brunswick County fire commission will meet Thursday, April 5, to review a third draft of proposed service standards and receive feedback from fire commission members.

  • Brunswick County Sheriff's Office reports

    Released at 10:10 a.m. April 3, 2018, by Emily B. Flax, Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office public information officer/community engagement

    253-2906

  • District court docket for March 19, 20, 21 and 23

    The following cases were adjudicated over four days of District Criminal Court on March 19, 20, 21 and 23 in Bolivia.

    Codes: PG, pleaded guilty; PNG/NG, pleaded not guilty, found not guilty; PNG/G, pleaded not guilty, found guilty; BCDF, Brunswick County Detention Facility; NCDOC, North Carolina Department of Correction.

     

    Monday, March 19

    Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor Troy M. Cronk and courtroom clerk Courtney Graham-Evans: