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Brunswick County News

Leland won't fine flag flyer for now

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The town will address the flag issue at a planning meeting in June and council meeting in July. Full story...
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What's Happening April 30 - May 2

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video This weekend you can run and walk for a cause, learn a little more about our 16th president or taste the fruits of a Columbus County festival. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mother claims driver harassing daughter over books on bus

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videoTiffany Bradley says a driver for Supply Elementary is harassing her 11-year old. The problem her daughter is carrying books and reading them on the bus. Full story...
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Leland Town Council: Your flag is too big, take it down

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video To many the American flag is a symbol of freedom, but in Leland, that does not apply to having a huge American flag. A gas station is flying the stars and stripes not in compliance to town codes. Full story...
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Mosquito season off to early start

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video Here's something to scratch about. Mosquito season started two weeks early this year. Brunswick County mosquito biologists say that's because we had an especially wet winter this year. Full story...
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North Brunswick pitcher signs with UNC

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North Brunswick High School pitcher Kyle Hufham put his name on the dotted line Thursday. He says he's focused on his senior season right now, but will move on to Chapel Hill next year to pitch for UNC. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: BSL man in hospital after police standoff

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A Brunswick County man will likely face charges after a standoff with police last night in Boiling Spring Lakes. Full story...
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NC court rejects appeal of coastal insurance jump

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video A North Carolina appeals court is rejecting a bid to freeze or even reverse homeowners' insurance premiums that soared by nearly 30 percent on the coast while falling in a third of the state's counties farthest from the shore. Full story...
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Brunswick Commission votes to continue prayer at meetings

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Prayer will continue to start Brunswick County Commission meetings. By a 4-1 vote the commissioners elected to continue the practice of praying before meetings. Full story...
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Cape Fear National golf course opens

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Brunswick County resident Tim Cate designed Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest. The course is now open for public play. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. hires superintendent

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video After a nationwide search that began when Katie McGee resigned in January, the Brunswick County School Board Thursday evening hired Ed Pruden to be its new superintendent. Full story...
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Two charged for robbing cabbie

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A sixty eight year old cab driver for Yellow Cab out of Wilmington was approached by the two suspects and demanded his money by threatening him. The victim gave the two suspects the cash that he had and the suspects ran into the woods. Full story...
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Stranded fishermen stuck in mud up to their armpits; rescued

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Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Water Rescue Airboat assisted Oak Island Water Rescue and the US Coast Guard on Saturday night. Full story...
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Supply restaurant robbed; investigators looking for suspects

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Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Detectives are searching for suspect(s) involved in a breaking and entering to a business in Supply. R & R Seafood, located at 3 Fisherman Road, was broken into sometime between March 25th at approximately 3:00 pm and 10:00 am on March 26th. A significant amount of cash was removed from the business. Full story...
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Seminar: What it takes to vote

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Topics to be discussed will include voter registration, review of residency as defined for voting purposes and procedures for challenging voters both before and on election day. Full story...
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