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Submitted by Sarah Murphy on Fri, 10/17/2014 - 11:43am.READ MORE:
Federal and state funding for beach renourishment and other projects are dwindling. Local leaders are forced to find a way to make up for that money. Full story...
Submitted by Alyssa Rosenberg on Fri, 08/29/2014 - 9:13pm.READ MORE:
Labor Day is the unofficial kick-off to the fall campaign season. Today at Wrightsville Beach, one Congressional candidate got an early start by getting some feedback from area mayors. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Tue, 05/20/2014 - 1:25pm.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...
Submitted by Alyssa Rosenberg on Fri, 04/25/2014 - 4:31pm.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...
Submitted by WWAY on Tue, 12/10/2013 - 11:01am.READ MORE:
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...
Submitted by Allyson Lorick on Wed, 07/24/2013 - 7:49am.READ MORE:
Submitted by WWAY on Mon, 06/24/2013 - 3:56pm.READ MORE:
Submitted by Jayne Dees on Wed, 05/22/2013 - 4:27pm.READ MORE:
After weeks of construction, crews in Carolina Beach are working hard to finish dredging and the beach renourishment by next week. Full story...
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 4:20pm.READ MORE:
Commercial fishing is a $180 million industry in North Carolina. Now a bill in the state House could filet a chunk of commercial fishing And turn it over to recreational anglers. Full story...
Submitted by Allyson Lorick on Tue, 03/05/2013 - 8:31am.READ MORE:
A state senator is suggesting that money from higher boat registration fees should be used to pay for dredging North Carolina's coastal inlets. Full story...