Today's News

  • Brunswick County Sheriff's Office ACE roundup

    The ACE Team is a support unit whose primary functions are traffic enforcement and assisting in the apprehension of drug traffickers in the county.

    From Dec. 7-11, ACE deputies issued performed 26 traffic stops, resulting in 66 total traffic violations. Deputies also made seven arrests. 

    ACE deputies set up checkpoints at U.S. 17 on the state line, Trade Street, Village Road, Leland School Road, Grey Bridge Road, Lincoln Road and Mount Misery Road.

  • Holiday closings and schedules

    Local governments will be on the following schedules during the upcoming holidays.

    Brunswick County government complex

    Brunswick County government offices in Bolivia are closed Friday, Dec. 23, Monday, Dec. 26, and Tuesday, Dec. 27. Offices will be closed for the New Year’s holiday Jan. 2, and reopen Jan. 3.

    Brunswick County Schools and central office

  • Special meeting Wednesday to review Sunset Beach mayor, council 'authority'

    SUNSET BEACH—Sunset Beach Town Council has called a special meeting for noon this Wednesday, Dec. 21, at town hall council chambers to review council and mayor “authority.”

    The town issued a notice about the meeting Monday morning, as it is required to do 48 hours in advance of scheduling a special meeting.

    Newly installed Mayor Richard Cerrato said Monday he did not know about the meeting until the notice was issued.

  • VIDEOS INCLUDED: Commissioners set hearing to remove Warren from DSS board

    BOLIVIA—During a tirade at Monday’s county commissioners’ meeting, embattled county commissioner Charles Warren asked people to treat others with respect—to treat others as they’d like to be treated.

    Warren made this plea for respect and civility almost immediately after yelling at fellow commissioners, DSS board member Pat Sykes and local activist Ginny Quaglia, calling them all racists.

  • Calabash commissioner rescinds resignation

    CALABASH--Town commissioner Jody Nance has rescinded his board resignation he made during a monthly board meeting last week. Nance said Monday he has decided he will not be resigning from the board after all following a meeting Monday morning with Calabash Mayor Mary Knight to discuss his resignation and their issues and differences. After the meeting, the two agreed to jointly send out a press release from town hall.

  • West Brunswick boys lose to West Bladen

     West Brunswick fell behind 9-0 and never led in an eventual 74-69 loss to West Bladen on Friday in a conference basketball game.

  • West Brunswick girls defeat West Bladen

     Three days after a one-point loss at North Brunswick, the West Brunswick girls’ basketball team beat West Bladen 49-37.

    The home victory was the first this season in the conference for the Trojans, now 1-2 and 3-5 overall.

    Jasmine Jackson scored 25 points. In one stretch in the third quarter, she scored nine of West’s 11 points as it extended a 22-20 lead to 33-24. For the quarter, she scored 11 of West’s 13 points.

  • VIDEO: West Brunswick dancers’ Christmas theme
  • Lady Dolphins sweep foes in BCC Classic

      The Brunswick Community College women’s basketball team beat Baltimore City 67-54 and Harford Community College 73-66 in the BCC Classic on Walter Shaw Court at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center. Game summaries are below.


    BCC 67

    Baltimore City 54

    BCC outscored Baltimore City 15-0 at the start of the second half en route to a 67-54 victory Friday in the BCC Classic.

    Julia Crews hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points. Syerra Troutman scored 13 points and Shanita Hampton 10.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED: BCC wins in final seconds over Spartanburg St. Ignatios

     Quinton Morrow dribbled the length of the court for a layup with 3.7 seconds left and Brunswick Community College beat Spartanburg St. Ignatios Prep 101-100 in the opening game of the BCC Basketball Classic Dec. 15 on Walter Shaw Court at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center.

    BCC trailed 98-94 but a 3-pointer by Lawson Ahrens with 32.4 seconds left and a basket by Kameko Walls with 21.6 seconds put BCC ahead 99-98.