Today's News

  • Chamber honors good neighbors with breakfast

    The South Brunswick Middle School and Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce had its Spring Good Neighbor Breakfast to recognize 30 outstanding students chosen by the teachers for demonstrating a positive work ethic and exemplifying a good “neighbor” in their school. 

  • Fluharty joins Air Force

    Gregory A. Fluharty, son of Gregory and Anjanette Fluharty of Leland, has joined the United States Air Force under the Delayed Entry Program. 

  • McTurner-DeMarte engagement

  • Kissell-Smith engagement

    Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Lee Ina Andrews Kissell and Kevin Andrew Smith, both of Ash. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerry and Judy Andrews of Ash. The prospective groom is the son of Monroe and Thelma Smith of Ash. An April 30 wedding is planned at Soldier Bay Baptist Church in Ash.


  • Conservation contest winners named

    County winners have been announced for the Brunswick Soil & Water Conservation District’s annual poster and essay contest for 2011. This year’s topic was: Water: The Cycle of Life. These contests encourage local students to develop lifelong natural resource stewardship principles while gaining the experience of competition among their peers.

  • County offers free rabies clinic April 2

    Brunswick County Animal Services is sponsoring a rabies clinic on Saturday, April 2. Cost is $6 for one rabies shot.

  • Vegetable calendar: Planning for year ‘round harvest

    With a little planning, you can harvest fresh vegetables from your own backyard most of the year. Vegetables can be grown outside in southeast North Carolina from late winter through late fall. If you are willing to invest in a low-cost cold frame or unheated tunnel house, harvesting through the winter is easily possible. The key to growing a productive vegetable garden in all seasons is knowing what to plant when.

    The gardener’s calendar

  • Local fruit tree production

    Our climate is what determines the type of fruit that will grow successfully in Brunswick County. The climate must be compatible with the growing requirements of the selected fruit crop. Before you start your garden, make sure the fruit you choose can grow successfully in your area.

  • Gardening for fun and food

    Getting down and dirty in a garden can help you grow nutrient-rich produce for your family and help everyone grow a healthier body at the same time. Add the stress-reducing benefits of fresh air and sunshine and you’ve got a win-win with fun, fitness and great tasting produce from one activity.

  • Senior site menus

    Here are lunch menus for Brunswick County’s nine Senior Nutrition Sites for next week.

    Monday, April 4