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Town of Leland votes to annex new development, finalizes merger with H2GO

Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer, H2GO and the Town of Leland taking the final step to consolidate their water and wastewater utilities.

Carolina Shores looks to grow through annexation

Carolina Shores may undergo some changes in the next year. The primarily residential town is considering the possibility of annexation.

Lanvale Forest annexation takes next step

A neighborhood near Leland is one step closer to becoming part of the town.

Town council holds off votes on annexation for Lanvale Forest until November meeting

Council has tabled the votes until their November 30th meeting to hear more from county leaders on the issue.

Town of Leland could annex neighborhood by 2019

A Brunswick county neighborhood could clear the first hurdle to be part of the Town of Leland.

UPDATE: City council will consider annexation for Publix shopping center

The Wilmington City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night to consider the annexation of a new shopping center in the Ogden area.

Wilmington drops plans to add Galleria land

video After the Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen voted last night against supporting deannexing the property, the City of Wilmington decided to drop its bid to move the property into its limits.

UPDATE: Wrightsville Beach Aldermen say no to de-annexation

video The Wrightsville Beach Aldermen held a public hearing Thursday night on the de-annexation proposal.

McCrory signs Monkey Junction tax bill into law

videoGov. Pat McCrory has signed into a law an exemption that will keep residents in Monkey Junction from having to pay property taxes to the City of Wilmington.

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Local furniture maker preserves historic Clemson tree as a table

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