Today's News

  • No charges in fatal officer shooting

    BOLIVIA—District Attorney Jon David has ruled a shooting that led to the death of a Sunset Harbor man was justified.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s deputy Joe Genda has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the May 13 shooting death of 73-year-old William Gordon Brown, David announced Thursday.

    Around 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 13, sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Brown’s home at 668 Bayshore Drive in Sunset Harbor.

  • Parking permits on Sunset Beach work session agenda next Tuesday

    SUNSET BEACH—Town council will continue discussion about a proposed parking-permit system during a three-hour workshop scheduled for next Tuesday, June 21, at town hall.

    It's the first of new, extended work sessions approved last month by town council and is scheduled from 9 a.m.-noon.

    The sessions are scheduled during those hours on the third Tuesdays of each month to discuss town business prior to monthly meetings on the first Mondays of each month.

  • Roger Bacon students take EOGs

    Think about a football team that scrimmages all year but ends the season never playing a game. Imagine an orchestra that practices for nine months but ends their year never holding a concert. Think of an artist who paints all year in her studio but never exhibits her work in a gallery.

  • Education briefs

    Students get honors from CU

    Graduates and their friends and families took refuge from the heat Saturday, May 15, as Campbell University had its spring commencement ceremony in the spacious new John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center.

  • Students win patriotic art contest

    Three students from South Brunswick High School were local winners in the annual Young American Creative Patriotic Art Competition sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7288 in Calabash. Entries for the competition were judged on the originality of concept, presentation clarity of ideas, design technique, patriotism expressed in the artwork and uniqueness.

  • Father’s Day is every day when we stop to remember our dads

    It’s that time of year again when dad relishes being the center of attention. Beyond the Hallmark commercializing, I often think of my own father, an immigrant from Italy who gained monetary success by way of hard work, determination, and an incredible sense of things possible.

  • Religion briefs

    Church hosts evangelist

  • Cochise-Fulford engagement

  • Fincher birth

    Alexis Varnum and Thomas Fincher of Varnamtown are the parent’s of a son, Conner Jeffrey Fincher, born at 11:36 p.m. May 1 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, weighing 7 pounds, 1 ounce and measuring 19-inches long.

  • Food-borne illness in the news

    Cheryle Jones Syracuse

    Family and Consumer Science Staff, NCSU Cooperative Extension, Brunswick County Center