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Brunswick County News

Hope for the Warriors has emotional visit to Brunswick County school

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In Honor of September 11th, Hope for the Warriors organization is sponsoring a three-day bike riding event for wounded service members. Friday, they continued day two of their journey. Full story...
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West Brunswick senior Alfy Hill chooses Alabama over UNC

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videoOne college football scouting service has West Brunswick senior Alfy Hill rated as the top prospect in the state. Wednesday in Shallotte, Hill announced his collegiate choice. It came down to the University of North Carolina or Alabama.

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Community leaders hold forum for Leland residents

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Leland residents got an inside look at their town from community leaders Tuesday night. The first Leland community forum was held at town hall. Residents heard reports from town officials, including the police chief and the public works director. Full story...
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Law enforcement in New Hanover and Brunswick kept busy over Labor Day holiday

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The Labor Day holiday kept area law enforcement busy. Over the course of a week-long operation, the Highway Patrol Division that covers New Hanover and Brunswick Counties made 95 DWI arrests. Full story...
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More information in Brunswick County shooting

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We have more information about the circumstances surrounding a deputy-involved shooting in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Animal Control officer in Brunswick County shoots family dog

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videoMonday morning, a Brunswick County Animal Control officer shot and killed a dog that was once featured in Dog Fancy Magazine. The dog's owner said there is a lesson to be learned. Full story...
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Brunswick man shot and killed by authorities

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videoA domestic dispute in Supply turned deadly last night. A Brunswick County Sheriff's Deputy shot and killed a man, and the SBI is now investigating. Full story...
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Parents protest decision not to air Obama's speech live on Tuesday

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videoKids in Brunswick County had the day off from school, but that didn't keep many parents and even some teachers from showing up at the school district offices Monday afternoon. They were there to protest the decision not to air President Obama's speech in school tomorrow. Full story...
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St. James has plans for new buildings

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The Brunswick County town of Saint James is getting some brand new buildings. The town plans to build a $3.9 million town hall and community center along Highway 211 across from the main entrance to the gated community. Full story...
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Crisis clinic opens in Brunswick County, offering free mental healthcare

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videoWith the state's mental healthcare system struggling, finding affordable, adequate care can be challenging. But thanks to a special partnership, a first of its kind crisis clinic is up and running in Brunswick County, offering free, mental healthcare to those who need it. Full story...
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St. James sewage spill stinks up community

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videoA morning sewage leak caused road closures and hours of clean up in Brunswick County’s St. James community. Witnesses described it as more of a nine-foot stream of sewage that was spewed into the air. Full story...
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Budget slashing the focus of Brunswick County School Board meeting

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videoTuesday night was a busy one for local school boards. The meeting in Brunswick County turned out to be a sea of red brought on by a budget backlash.

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Counties ready for flu shots extra early this year

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videoFlu season typically isn't until later in the fall and winter, but this year, people aren't wasting any time getting their flu shots. Full story...
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Brunswick County prepared to give flu shots

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Although flu season is not typically until later in the year, the Brunswick County Health Department is ready to start giving flu shots on Tuesday. Full story...
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St. James property owners unhappy with involuntary annexation

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videoAnnexation continues to cause anxiety among residents near St. James. After a weekend of protests, the Brunswick County property owners are not willing to become a part of another jurisdiction without having a say. Full story...
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