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Army Corps of Engineers wants your before and after storm photos

As crews work to rebuild dunes in North Topsail Beach, the Army Corps of Engineers is working on a project of its own.

Wrightsville Beach renourishment project ahead of schedule

The Army Corps of Engineers gave some local leaders a tour Tuesday of the dredging going on in Wrightsville Beach.

Corps of Engineers to begin erosion repairs at Snow’s Cut

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is urging boaters to stay clear of construction along portions of Snow’s Cut as repairs for bank erosion begins.

Beach erosion causing impasse between town, property

Last week, we brought you a story about a beach erosion problem in Surf City, partially caused by our recent coastal storm. Another local beach has its own erosion to worry about and there is an impasse between the town and the property the erosion affects.

The Latest: Finishing work under way on disputed pipeline

The company building the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline has started construction on the final stretch of the $3.8 billion project.

Crews dredging in Carolina Beach, funding an ongoing concern

Dredging is underway in Carolina Beach this week.

Celebrate how engineers make a difference this week

Engineers want you to know the many ways they affect your every day life as they celebrate the 65th Annual Engineers Week. This year's theme is 'Engineers Make a World of Difference’ and Colonel Kevin Landers, Sr. of the Army Corps of Engineers says this is more true than ever. He says the distressed US infrastructure points to the increased need for Engineers and engineering awareness.

Community celebrates 100-year-old lock & dam

Riegelwood residents held a ceremony for Cape Fear River's Lock and Dam No. 1, which has played a vital role in the community for 100 years.

Army Corps of Engineers seeks comment on Holden Beach Terminal Groin

The US Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public hearing next month to get feedback on plans for a terminal groin off Holden Beach.

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