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Today's News

  • Gore has best round of day in college tourney

     

    MOUNT OLIVE—Mount Olive sophomore Dalton Gore (Oak Island/South Brunswick High School) posted a tournament-best, 2-under-par 70 Monday, propelling him into the top 10 after two rounds of the Conference Carolinas Men's Golf Championships at Woodlake Resort in Vass. The Trojans head into Tuesday's final round in eighth place with a two-round total of 617.

  • West golfers take over lead in conference

    Led by freshman Drew Boyer, the West Brunswick High School boys’ golf team won the final regular-season match of the season April 23 at Rivers Edge.

    West Brunswick and West Bladen entered the tourney April 23 tied for first, each having won three tourneys this season.

    On April 23, West finished first at 326 and West Bladen was third at 355.

  • Sheriff’s eldest son arrested for DWI

    BOLIVIA—John William Ingram VI, eldest son of Brunswick County Sheriff John Ingram, has been arrested for driving while impaired.

    According Sheriff Ingram, Ingram, 21, was arrested and charged with driving while impaired on Saturday, April 21, by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol near Ocean Isle Beach.

    Ingram was taken to the Brunswick County Detention Center, where he was processed and released into the sheriff’s custody after being booked.

  • Detectives investigate death of 28-year-old woman

    Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office and local law enforcement agencies are investigating the death of a 28-year-old woman.

    Authorities have identified the woman as Megan Elizabeth Tysinger, of 9063 Sea Lane NW in Sunset Beach. Law enforcement has not confirmed how her death occurred but did say she died from a gunshot wound and that no foul play is suspected. Autopsy results are pending.

    Authorities responded to a call at 11 a.m. Monday on Sea Lane off Beach Drive near Sunset Beach.

  • Son of police officer, 911 telecommunicator dies in weekend wreck

    VARNAMTOWN—Ryan Dilworth, the teenage son of a Holden Beach Police officer and 911 telecommunicator, died in a single-car wreck Saturday.

    According to N.C. State Highway Patrol 1st Sgt. Troy Pope, Dilworth, 17, was driving a 2005 Chevrolet sport utility vehicle east on Stanbury Road near Varnamntown around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21, when he ran off the road to the right as he exited a curve. Pope said Dilworth traveled back on the roadway, crossed the centerline and ran off the road to the left. He then came back on the road, where his vehicle overturned.

  • Sheriff’s detectives search for missing teen

    Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a missing teenager.

    According to Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Sgt. Del Routh, Amayrani “Maggie” Lopez, 15, was seen leaving her house on Ridge Forest Drive in Supply at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 22.

    Lopez was wearing a white shirt with blue letters and black shorts. When she left her house Sunday, she was in the company of Benjamin Rodriguez, 16, who was in a black Hyundai Elantra.

  • Championship surfers give clinic at Surf Unlimited Surf Shop

     Two world championship surfers gave clinics and greeted fans Sunday afternoon at the Surf Unlimited Surf Shop at Ocean Isle Beach.

    Colin McPhillips, the only three-time world longboard champion in the history of surfing, and Byron Kurt, a two-time world paddleboarding champion, are team riders for Hobie. They were in town conducting a World Paddle Association stand up paddling instructor certification course. The WPA sanctions the Carolina Cup, which takes place April 28 at Wrightsville Beach.

  • BCC splits weekend doubleheader with Surry

     On Saturday in Dobson, the Brunswick Community College baseball team beat Surry Community College 5-1 in nine innings and lost 6-5 in seven innings.

    In the first game, Bryson Benton was 3-for-5 with two RBIs. He hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning in giving BCC a 3-0 lead. Tyler Ruffin was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Jonathan Corbett was 2-for-5 with one RBI. He and Ruffin drove in runs in the seventh inning as BCC took a 5-1 lead.

    Winning pitcher Michael Green gave up six hits and one run in 8.2 innings. He walked two and struck out seven.

  • Brunswick County Special Olympics at Town Creek Park
  • Four Republicans vie for District 3 nomination

    SHALLOTTE—Four Republican candidates want a shot at representing the Southport/Oak Island area on the Brunswick County Board of County Commissioners.

    Three of those Republicans want to oust current District 3 county commissioner Charles Warren, who was elected to his first four-year term back in 2008.

    Joe Agovino, Jwantana Frink, Pat Sykes and Warren are all seeking the GOP nomination for county commissioner.