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Today's News

  • Brunswick County Streetreach adapts services

    Brunswick County Streetreach is known for its efforts to shelter the homeless, but it offers more than a place to sleep.

    Organized by the Rev. Donna Phelps and her husband, Garry, Brunswick County Streetreach is in its fourth year operating to serve the homeless in Brunswick County, New Hanover County and Horry County, S.C.

  • Calabash tightens parking regulations

    CALABASH — The Calabash Board of Commissioners has approved amendments to the town’s traffic ordinance regarding parking and authority.

    Approval, which came at the board’s monthly meeting Nov. 12, consists of a change to include a list of town parking regulations directly in the ordinance. A second amendment adds town and county fire officials to a current list of professionals who have authority to direct people to remove off-street parked vehicles under certain situations.

  • Shallotte man accused of stealing three cars in one day

     A Shallotte man accused of stealing three cars faces various charges, including three counts of larceny of a motor vehicle, according to a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office news release.

  • 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.

  • Rhyne to play softball for Columbia College

     

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick senior Dalys Rhyne signed a letter of intent Thursday, Nov. 20, to play softball for Columbia (S.C.) College.

    Rhyne is a part of a growing trend of aspiring collegiate players who emphasize travel ball more than high school ball.

    Rhyne played junior varsity softball for two years at West Brunswick and played her junior and senior years with the Coastal Lightning. The team travels the Southeast playing in showcase tournaments in an effort to be seen by college coaches.

  • Hill, Napolitano receive first-team all-conference honors

      Former West Brunswick football players Alfy Hill and Nick Napolitano have received first team all-conference honors.

    Napolitano was one of four Wingate University football players on the All-South Atlantic Conference team. A senior defensive end, Napolitano is second in the NCAA Division II in forced fumbles (six).

    Napolitano, a West Brunswick graduate, leads the SAC forced fumbles (six). He is third in quarterback sacks (7.5). He is fourth in tackles for loss (14). This season he had 65 tackles, fifth most for the Bulldogs.

  • Support Small Business Saturday

    By Gregg Thomspon

    Guest Columnist

     

    Gallup did a survey this summer. It asked people how much confidence they had in various institutions.

  • Notes from a human traffic cone