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Wednesday 09/02/2015
South Brunswick Charter School begins K-3 classes on new campus
Posted: September 02, 2015

Last week, South Brunswick Charter School classrooms were buzzing with the sounds of children singing, laughing and learning.

Retired chief Jerry Dove looks back at nearly 50 years in law enforcement
Posted: September 02, 2015

Something unusual happened at the Dove household on Tuesday.

Cumbie is named CEO of Brunswick County Association of Realtors
Posted: September 02, 2015

The Brunswick County Association of Realtors board has named Cynthia Cumbie as the organization’s new chief executive officer.

Sen. Tillis, Rep. Rouzer address Brunswick County's Lincoln-Reagan fundraiser
Updated: September 02, 2015 - 11:22 am

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis addressed the Iran Nuclear Review Act of 2015 and the 2016 presidential race during his visit to Brunswick County last week.

Wednesday 08/19/2015
Keeping the lights on is the job of special Coast Guard navigation team
Posted: August 19, 2015

Changing a light bulb is so simple it’s the set-up for countless bad jokes. Wanna-be comedians ought to try fixing a light with the Coast Guard’s Aids to Navigation Team before cracking wise.

Architect chosen for phase-one, $4.27-million Smithville Park renovation
Posted: August 19, 2015

The company that previously developed a master plan for renovations at Smithville Park has been hired to design and oversee the construction process.

Waterfront committee accepts more input, recommendation comes soon
Posted: August 19, 2015

Planning for Southport’s long-term waterfront redevelopment project has entered its final phase, and within the next month city officials should receive a proposal from the committee and contractors assembled last year to oversee the process. 

Middleton to U.S. 17 to become N.C. 906, earn higher priority in state road system
Posted: August 19, 2015

State transportation planners have announced they will designate three secondary roads as N.C. 906, a new primary route expected to help bring improvements to Galloway and Midway roads.

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