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Saturday, June 19, 2021


Whiteville water, sewer service interrupted to fix main damage

Some folks in Whiteville will be without water and sewer service this afternoon as crews work to repair a damaged water main.

ONLY ON WWAY: No cable or internet access for some Brunswick County residents

Nestled away, west of Leland, is a row of homes on Mintz Drive Northeast with no access to the web.

ATMC adding fiber optic service to Shallotte business district, more towns to come

Faster Internet access is coming to business in downtown Shallotte, and the service will be available in other Brunswick County towns in the next few years.

Customers angry after ATMC e-mail server crashes

videoSwitching to a new e-mail interface crashed internet service provider ATMC's servers this week. Nearly 3,000 people were without email. ATMC says they've fixed it, but now they're picking up the pieces.

High-speed Internet finally available in Columbus County

video More than a year ago ATMC received $16 million in federal funds to bring high-speed internet to southern Columbus County. Now the program is 80 percent complete.

Federal stimulus brings internet, HD cable to southern Columbus

The money will help ATMC provide the area with broadband internet as well as phone and high definition cable TV service. The area includes the communities of Nakina, Old Dock, Guideway, Pireway, Crusoe, Bug Hill, Antioch, Dothan and Sandy Plain.

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Accident on N. Kerr Avenue near New Centre Drive

Wilmington police officers are currently closing off southbound traffic between those two intersections as crews work at the scene.

Arrest made after video shows dog beaten with object in Conway area

A video shows what appears to be someone tying up a dog and beating it with an object. The dog is hit multiple times and can be seen jumping repeatedly to avoid being hit.

US Catholic bishops OK steps toward possible rebuke of Biden

The 168-55 vote was announced near the end of a three-day meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that was held virtually.

Judge rules for Florida on CDC order blocking cruise ships

U.S. District Judge Steven Merryday wrote in a 124-page decision Friday that Florida would be harmed if the CDC order effectively blocking most cruises were to continue.