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Surf, sand and sun are big draws for southeastern North Carolina. In fact, our beaches keep much of our economy afloat, but they take a lot of maintenance. Full story...
Submitted by Hannah Patrick on Tue, 12/02/2014 - 4:39pm.READ MORE:
The North Carolina Coastal Federation met with the Army Corps of Engineers Tuesday to discuss several concerns. The big topic - the proposed terminal groin at Rich's Inlet by Figure Eight Island. Full story...
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Submitted by Sara Hopkins on Thu, 05/22/2014 - 4:26pm.READ MORE:
The WPD SWAT team raided the US Army Corps of Engineers building this morning. It was not for real, but for an active shooter training exercise. Organizers say it's practice they hope they never need to use. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Tue, 05/20/2014 - 2:25pm.READ MORE:
Work to replenish sand at Wrightsville Beach will last longer than expected. Wrightsville Beach Town Manager Tim Owens says the contractor handling the dredging project and the Army Corps of Engineers have asked for an extension to finish the work. Full story...
County Commission approves funding for Carolina Beach renourishment, passes on moving up Kure Beach planSubmitted by WWAY on Mon, 05/05/2014 - 9:35pm.READ MORE:
New Hanover County will chip in nearly $2 million for beach renourishment at Carolina Beach, but commissioners tonight took no action on a plan to move up a project for Kure Beach. Full story...
Submitted by Alyssa Rosenberg on Fri, 04/25/2014 - 5:31pm.READ MORE:
Beaches are a huge economic engine for our area, but they need constant maintenance and repair. Today we got a look at how that happens. Full story...
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State and federal officials have finalized an agreement to again allow dredging in North Carolina's coastal waters so fishing and transportation vessels can more easily move through shallow inlets and channels. Full story...