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Large Biden/Harris campaign sign knocked over, ‘racist’ spray painted over it

A Brunswick County man says he's put up several Biden/Harris signs along the road, many ending up gone and a large one in Ocean Isle Beach has been vandalized.

Zeta becomes a hurricane as it nears Yucatan, heading for US

Zeta strengthened to a hurricane as it heads toward Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula resorts and then likely move on for a landfall on the central U.S. Gulf Coast at midweek.

Deputies search for missing Brunswick County teen

Authorities need your help finding a missing Brunswick County teen.

North Carolina by-mail voters total nearly four times higher than 2016

Less than two days remain for voters to request a ballot by mail in the 2020 general election. The absentee ballot request deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Woman charged in crime spree after husband tries to end relationship

A woman faces multiple charges following a crime spree after her estranged husband claims he tried to end their relationship.

Private schools are reporting more coronavirus clusters

Private schools in North Carolina have reported having more coronavirus clusters than public schools have.

Drive-thru hiring event to take place at Brunswick Community College

Participating businesses with available positions include Area Wide Protective, Intelli Choice Homecare, Right at Home, Carolina Staffing Solutions, Burke’s Outlet, and Brunswick Community College.

Ocean Isle Beach opens new town hall

According to a post on the town’s Facebook page, the administration and planning departments as well as the police department have moved into their new offices at 111 Causeway Drive.

Brunswick County Schools prepares for Phase 2 of redistricting talks

Brunswick County Schools has begun scheduling future meetings for it's Phase 2 part of redistricting.

What’s your vision for Brunswick County by 2040? Local leaders want to know

We all have heard it before: Brunswick County is growing. But what does that mean for the county as we look ahead at the next 20 years? That’s what the County hopes to find out.

North Carolina pecan growers expect plentiful crop

After several years of weather-related setbacks, North Carolina pecan growers are reporting a strong crop.

North Carolina will remain in Phase 3 as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

Governor Roy Cooper announced on Wednesday that North Carolina will remain paused in Phase 3 for three more weeks as health officials continue to monitor North Carolina’s viral trends.

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Satellite photos show construction at Iran nuclear site

Since August, the satellite photos show Iran has built a new or regraded road to the south of Natanz toward what analysts believe is a former firing range for security forces at the enrichment facility.

Jon Stewart will be back in the host’s chair for Apple TV+

The Apple TV+ streaming service says Stewart will host an hour-long current affairs series exploring topics of national interest as well as his advocacy work. 

Fitting finale: Dodgers win title, Turner tests positive

Commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed Turner’s positive test moments after presenting the championship trophy to Los Angeles.