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Tourism

Britt's Donuts ready for sweet opening

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It's a day many locals look forward to most, and a place most tourists have to visit before they leave. Full story...
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Shallotte River Swamp Park construction moves forward

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videoThis wet winter has posed a challenge for many construction efforts and that goes for crews working on the Shallotte River Swamp Park. Full story...
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Meeting to discuss Kure Beach rental properties

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videoMany people love to rent beach homes in the warmer months, but the Town of Kure Beach may be making changes to that process. Full story...
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WWAY INVESTIGATION: Is beach renourishment worth the money?

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videoSurf, 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...
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Pitching fits over pitching tents in Carolina Beach

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videoThere was a heated debate in Carolina Beach tonight as the town council voted on proposed camping restrictions for Freeman Park. Full story...
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North Carolina parks set attendance record

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North Carolina's state parks set an attendance record last year. The state Division of Parks and Recreation says attendance at its parks increased 10 percent last year from 2013. The agency said parks attracted 15.6 million visitors in 2014. Full story...
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Topsail Beach leaders discuss parking fees

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video The Town of Topsail Beach is discussing doing away with their free parking. The town manager says they need the revenue to pay for long-term beach renourishment. Full story...
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More money going to Oak Island beach nourishment

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videoOak Island will get help from Brunswick County for beach erosion abatement and nourishment. Tuesday night, Brunswick County commissioners approved a request for $166,666 each year for three years. According to the action agenda item for the request, the state already gave the town $1.7 million for the project that's set to start in February. Full story...
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New Hanover, Pender schools want control of calendar returned

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Two local school systems are lobbying state lawmakers to return the control of local school calendars to local boards of education – a movement backed by the N.C. School Boards Association and strongly opposed by the coastal tourism industry, which suffered when school systems began cutting summer short a decade ago. Full story...
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Gov. McCrory unveils transportation plan & impacts for coastal towns

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videoNorth Carolina's first transportation funding plan using new standards has been unveiled, and Governor Pat McCrory says the plan has major impacts for the coastal towns of the state. Full story...
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