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Today's News

  • Sunset Beach Police Report Nov. 11-22

    Sunset Beach police investigated the following incidents and made the following arrests Nov. 10-23. All information is taken directly from incident and arrest reports.

    Nov. 11

    Wendall Dane Fulford, 45, 5580 Watts Road SW, Ocean Isle Beach, arrested on order for arrest on parole and probation violations

    Nov. 14

    Mary Moore Fletcher, 36, 1435 Nix Drive, Lewisville, charged with obtaining controlled substance by fraud.

    Larceny of a wallet, forge and uttering (with financial transaction card), Colony Place 1.

    Nov. 18

  • Annie Moses Band, Viennese Xmas Dec. 4, Dec. 9 at Odell Williamson Auditorium

    Odell Williamson Auditorium at Brunswick Community College will be the site of two upcoming holiday concerts.

    Christmas with the Annie Moses Band will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, followed by A Viennese Christmas by the Hollywood Concert Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9. Doors open at 7 p.m.

    Christmas with the Annie Moses Band on Dec. 4

    The Annie Moses Band is an acclaimed classical crossover ensemble that performs stunning arrangements of holiday

  • Dickens Revue has a 'twist'

    The Charles Dickens Christmas Revue is unfolding with a twist the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

    Dickens fans and pun-meisters might even refer to the change for the Nov. 29 revue in Southport as an “Oliver Twist.”

    This year’s event is an abbreviated, altered version of the historic seaport town’s Dickens Festival of the previous two Christmases past, event spokeswoman Meg Dellinger said.

  • On Thanksgiving Day, I’m grateful for golf

     I’ve been a rookie golfer for decades. I’ll never be a single-digit handicapper or a club champion. My 13-year-old grandson outdrives me and my 4-year-old granddaughter gives me a run at mini-golf.

    But I still love the game.

    I grew up on a chicken farm in rural Maryland and golf was nowhere to be seen. Not a course in Cecil County. I did not play any sports in high school; I sang in the glee club and was president of the National Honor Society, not a big huge deal because we had only 65 in our graduating class.

  • Navassa man wanted on felony charges turns self in

    A Navassa man accused of stealing weapons in two separate break-ins turned himself in Saturday night, Nov. 22.

    Marco Adrian Ibarra, 20, of Old Mills Road, faces two counts each of felony breaking and entering, felony larceny after breaking and entering, and felony conspiring to break and enter with intent to commit larceny, warrants show. One count of each crime comes from the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, the other from the Leland Police Department.

  • Trojans open basketball season with a victory

     SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick boys’ basketball team beat Lincoln Charter 60-45 in the Trojans’ season-opening game Saturday, Nov. 22.

    Gray Cheers scored 20 points, Jon Jordan nine and Saadiq Johnson eight.

    The Trojans held Lincoln scoreless in the first 4 minutes, 7 seconds of the third quarter in taking a 32-22 lead. From 1:26 in the third quarter to 6:40 in the fourth quarter, West again held Lincoln scoreless as the Trojans extended their 36-28 lead to 47-28.

  • Rotary Clubs’ 5K Turkey Trot photos
  • Swim teams open season

     BOLIVIA — Four South Brunswick relays swam regional qualifying times in their season-opening swim meet Friday, Nov. 21 at the Dinah E. Gore Aquatics Center.

    In all, South had automatic times in 11 events and West Brunswick automatically qualified in three events.

    These are the automatic qualifiers for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association regional, set for Feb. 6 and Feb. 7.

  • County 911 center construction kicks off with groundbreaking

    BOLIVIA — A groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 19, marked the beginning of construction for Brunswick County’s new 911 communication center.

    “Today is an exciting day for Brunswick County,” Brunswick County Sheriff John Ingram said in a news release. “The new center will not only accommodate our growth, but will also provide updated equipment which will allow our telecommunicators to serve the community more effectively.”

  • Work planned on road near Ocean Isle Beach

    The North Carolina Department of Transportation will close a portion of Eyota Drive, two-tenths of a mile south of N.C. 197, near Ocean Isle Beach, from Monday, Dec. 1, through Friday, Dec. 12, for maintenance.
    Crews will detour traffic for 1.2 miles: .2 miles to Culpepper, .3 miles to Causeway Drive, .2 miles to N.C. 179, .3 miles to Eyota Drive, then .2 miles to the pipe site.