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Today's News

  • Farm Bureau donates $1,000 to the local Charters of Freedom campaign

    Brunswick County Farm Bureau has presented a gift of $1,000 to the local campaign to bring the Charters of Freedom to Brunswick County.

    Commissioner Pat Sykes has chaired efforts to build a permanent memorial displaying the historical documents outlining the foundations of our country’s democracy – the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights – to rest in Bolivia. These three documents are often referred to as the Charters of Freedom.

  • EMS Director assures residents no interruption in countywide services

     Brunswick County Emergency Services Director Ed Conrow is confident the county can safely handle all calls for emergency assistance in spite of the county commissioners’ termination of franchise agreements with both the Town of Leland Fire/Rescue/EMS and Coastline Volunteer Rescue Squad (CVRS).

    CVRS operates out of Supply.

    Effective July 1 at midnight, Brunswick County will provide emergency services to residents living in the Leland and rural areas in the northern end of the county.

  • EMS Director assures residents no interruption in countywide services

     Brunswick County Emergency Services Director Ed Conrow is confident the county can safely handle all calls for emergency assistance in spite of the county commissioners’ termination of franchise agreements with both the Town of Leland Fire/Rescue/EMS and Coastline Volunteer Rescue Squad (CVRS).

    CVRS operates out of Supply.

    Effective July 1 at midnight, Brunswick County will provide emergency services to residents living in the Leland and rural areas in the northern end of the county.

  • COAST seeks matching funds for student solar power project

    Brunswick County high school students may be on the cutting edge of clean energy initiatives as they work firsthand creating solar-fueled electricity.

    Brunswick County Schools’ Center of Applied Sciences and Technology (COAST) is one of five North Carolina schools to be awarded a NC GreenPower grant worth up to $10,000.

  • COAST seeks matching funds for student solar power project

    Brunswick County high school students may be on the cutting edge of clean energy initiatives as they work firsthand creating solar-fueled electricity.

    Brunswick County Schools’ Center of Applied Sciences and Technology (COAST) is one of five North Carolina schools to be awarded a NC GreenPower grant worth up to $10,000.

  • COAST seeks matching funds for student solar power project

     Brunswick County high school students may be on the cutting edge of clean energy initiatives as they work firsthand creating solar-fueled electricity.

    Brunswick County Schools’ Center of Applied Sciences and Technology (COAST) is one of five North Carolina schools to be awarded a NC GreenPower grant worth up to $10,000.

  • Sunset Beach regulates kiteboarding, surf-skiing

    SUNSET BEACH — As summer heats up, so do the seasonal issues.

    At the June 18 Sunset Beach Town Council meeting, per a request from town police chief Ken Klamar as a proposed safety measure, town council approved adding kiteboarding to a town ordinance regulating recreational water activities.

    The proposal states a visitor suffered an injury from a kiteboarder on the strand last summer when the activity was not being regulated within town limits.

  • Pump & Paws to help Calabash senior center grow bigger and stronger

    Less than a year after launching, The Brunswick Center at Calabash is ready to expand and flex its muscles.

    Since opening in late July 2018, the facility operated by Brunswick Senior Resources Inc. has just about outgrown its building at 10050 Beach Drive and is in need of an expansion.

  • Anti-offshore drilling rally planned July 6 in Calabash

    CAROLINA SHORES — Concerns about offshore drilling and seismic testing brought a group together Monday to flesh out details for a planned July 6 demonstration in Calabash.

  • Sea Notes perform ‘America, Dream On’ June 29-30

    Members of Sea Notes Choral Society present their annual patriotic concert, “America, Dream On,” at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30, in Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College in Bolivia.

    Newly naturalized American citizen Marie-Pierre Fletcher directs this year’s performances, choosing music reflecting her deep love and appreciation for her newly adoptive country.