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Brunswick County News

TRAFFIC ALERT: Closures on US 74/76 next week

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videoParts of US 74/76 are going to close in Leland. Starting Monday, crews will intermittently close one lane in each direction on the US 74/76 on the bridge over CSX railroad. Full story...
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Traffic stop leads to slew of drug charges

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videoA Shallotte man faces a slew of drug charges after police pulled him over. Full story...
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Brunswick County Courthouse set to reopen

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videoThe Brunswick County Courthouse will open on Monday after being closed since Friday because of a water leak. Full story...
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Man charged in sex offenses involving teens

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Leland Police have charged a man with additional sex offenses. Full story...
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Fire engulfs Winnabow home

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videoFive fire departments responded to a house fire on Van Galloway Trail in Winnabow after noon on Friday. Full story...
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Prom closet opens to students

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videoThe Prom Closet officially opened for girls looking for an elegant gown or cocktail dress for their big night. 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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Preview next week for Leland Cultural Arts Center

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videoThe Leland Cultural Arts Center is almost ready to open. Starting Monday you will be able to check out the new building for yourself. Full story...
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Water damage forces Brunswick Co. Courthouse closure Friday

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videoCourt will not be in session in Brunswick County tomorrow. That's because of water damage that started today forcing the courthouse to close early. Full story...
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H2Go: General Assembly can't flush us

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videoH2Go, which provides water to northern Brunswick County, is reminding state lawmakers they cannot dissolve the utility, even as a petition by area residents tries to do just that. Full story...
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