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Today's News

  • Lease agreements reached with first two tenants at Harrington Square in Leland

    Shirley Logan, an agent with Coldwell Banker Commercial SunCoast, has negotiated lease agreements with the first two tenants at Harrington Square, the retail component of Harrington Village, a new mixed-use retail and residential project under construction in Leland. The 19-acre development sits just north of Village Road on one of the most traveled intersections in the area, with more than 60,000 cars passing the location daily.

  • ATMC completes FOCUS fiber optic service expansion in Shallotte business district

    ATMC announced construction is complete and FOCUS fiber optic communications are available to businesses in the Shallotte business district.

    The $1 million network investment in Shallotte is expected to encourage economic growth, attract new businesses to the area and enhance current business capabilities.

  • State gets $120K over nationwide data breach

    Attorney General Josh Stein announced North Carolina has reached a settlement with the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. and its subsidiary, Allied Property & Casualty Insurance Co. (collectively “Nationwide”), concerning an October 2012 data breach.

  • Carolina Soul Festival planned for Sept. 9

    The Carolina Soul Festival, presented by Community Movement Alliance, is a community-oriented health, wellness, music and art festival set in the heart of the South Brunswick Islands area. The second annual event will feature interactive vendors, a kid’s zone, a ninja warrior obstacle course for adults, yoga, tai chi classes and more.

    It will take place Saturday, Sept. 9, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Calabash at 9480 Ocean Highway (U.S. 17) between Movement Works’ studio and the South Brunswick Island Center.

  • Leland Founders’ Day to take place Sept. 9

    Leland’s Founders’ Day celebration will be Sept. 9 from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Leland Municipal Complex.

    The event will feature live music with Johnny White & The Elite Band and Justin Cody Fox, fireworks, carnival food trucks, arts and crafts.

    There will be no parking on site, but park and ride shuttles will be available at North Brunswick High School. Bring canned/non-perishable food for food drive benefitting local food bank.

    Email recreation@townofleland.com with any questions/concerns.

  • Purple Feet Festival scheduled for Sept. 9

    Silver Coast Winery, in partnership with Special Kids Sponsor Foundation, which benefits children in foster care, will host the Purple Feet Festival on Sept. 9 as they celebrate the grape.

    Festival hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children younger than 12 and Lucy look-alikes are admitted free.

    Come enjoy live music by the Imitations, along with MC Tony Resse. There will be a variety of arts and craft vendors, with a Lucy Look-A-Like contest at 3:30 p.m., grape stomping all day and food vendors. The winemaker will also give a winery tour.

  • Smiths celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    Johnnie and Violet Smith of Ash celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 16 with a celebration at Cypress Creek Church in Whiteville. The couple, who wed June 16, 1957, in Conway, S.C., have two children and five grandchildren.

  • What is this mystery plant?

    By John Nelson

     

    "If you prick us, do we not bleed?"

                — Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, III: 1.

     

  • When making your own tomato sauce, use only the best ingredients

    If you love pasta as much as I do, a good tomato sauce is one of the first things you should learn to make. You can either cook the tomatoes for a very short time or let them simmer and bubble for at least 40 minutes. Tomatoes only begin to release their acid juices after about 10 minutes, so it will take at least half an hour simmering to evaporate.

  • Watering responsibly in the summer

     

     By Sam Marshall