A Leland woman is accused of using an 11-year-old, a 13-year-old and another juvenile to commit break-ins, steal lawnmowers and traffic opium.
After suffering the loss of her husband, Ashley Freeman returned to work at Bolivia Elementary supported by her school family.
Brunswick County Judge Ola Lewis lead one of several Opioid Task Force meetings Tuesday afternoon.
A Brunswick County man was out checking road conditions on Highway 133 this morning when he saw something he couldn't believe.
The 4th Annual Party Furr the Paws animal rescue fundraiser will be held May 6th.
Republicans have unveiled legislation depicted as a compromise that prevents North Carolina school districts from having to cut supplemental programs to reduce average class sizes in early grades.
The man who died during the Oak Island Lighthouse Run this weekend was a 25-year-old from out of state, and officials say he was in the military. One runner says he saw the man just before he died.
There could finally be some movement in the North Carolina Senate on a bill that would ease the burden's of a budget requirement to cap class sizes in kindergarten, first, second and third grade classrooms across the state.
Four new retail, office and restaurants buildings are coming to Leland.
Changing weather and the rising tide caused four people to get stranded on the jetty that runs from Zeke Island toward Fort Fisher on Sunday.