Spring Break was a busy week for vandals who targeted one New Hanover County school.
Some campaign posters around town are not displaying a message you would expect. How is this affecting the candidates and their party?
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested three in connection with an incident that happened at Lincoln Elementary School in Leland early Friday morning.
New Hanover County Schools are working to get routes back on schedule after someone vandalized several school buses parked between Laney High School and Trask Middle School over the weekend.
The owner of an auto shop spent his labor day sweeping up glass, and picking through the charred remains of vandalized cars at his shop off Market Street. Owner, Isaac Rodriguez says he just opened his shop a few months ago, but after several cars were vandalized over the weekend, he says he is struggling to pick up the pieces.
It was likely a childhood prank, but a major inconvenience for more than a dozen families in Brunswick County.
Investigators are trying to find three teens they say damaged mail boxes in Supply. Meanwhile the victims wait for justice to be delivered.
Police in Greenville arrested a man accused of breaking into the football stadium at East Carolina University and doing a number on its turf.
Early voting started today, including voting for the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
Police are searching for suspects who vandalized the famous Duke Gardens, breaking dozens of pots and damaging a sculpture.
Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction in a break-in at the BEMC Hickman's Crossing substation in Calabash. Whoever broke in vandalized the substation, which resulted in a power outage. About 3,600 co-op members in the Calabash area were without power from 11:30 p.m. Tuesday to 12:20 a.m. Wednesday as a result.