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Brunswick County News

Trooper injured when driver pulls into path of patrol vehicle

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videoA trooper based in Brunswick County is recovering after a driver pulled out in front of his patrol car, causing a collision. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. School Board votes to terminate Pruden

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videoThere will be a new superintendent for Brunswick County Schools. On Wednesday, the school board voted to terminate the contract of current superintendent, Edward Pruden. Full story...
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Brunswick County among worst for Halloween DWIs

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videoNearly 600 people were arrested for drunken driving in North Carolina during the state's Halloween "Booze It & Lose It" campaign, and Brunswick County was among the worst offenders in the state. Full story...
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Supply man wanted for felony larceny

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videoDetectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigative Unit are asking for the community's help in locating a Supply man wanted for felony larceny. Full story...
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Man killed in Sunday night house fire

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videoOfficials do not suspect foul play in a fatal fire from Sunday night. Full story...
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Pruden says Brunswick Co. School Board planning to oust him Wednesday

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videoBrunswick County School Superintendent Edward Pruden has gone on the offensive against the school board, which he says plans to oust him at a meeting Wednesday. Full story...
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Two Brunswick County men facing numerous drug charges

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A validated gang member is behind bars after he and another man were arrested on drug charges. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Katie O'Neil

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videoFor more than thirty years, South Brunswick High School art teacher Katie O'Neil has been teaching her students through an artist's eyes. The Teacher of the Week uses art to break down barriers and cliques and to teach life lessons. One of her favorite lessons is to remind students when a piece breaks they should just say 'Oh well!' Full story...
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