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Battle for H2Go: How we got here

As the battle over the future of H2Go and its plans for a reverse osmosis plant go to court, we break down what's happened over the last several years to get here.

H2Go Board holds special meeting to discuss meeting minutes

After several eventful meetings in the last month, Monday night's H2Go special meeting wrapped without any big decisions.

H2Go holds special meeting, pro-RO commissioners absent

H2Go commissioners met again this week in a special meeting.

H2Go drama continues after late-night swearing in, emergency meeting

Clandestine plans and midnight oaths. It's not the actions of a secret society but of the board of the water and sewer provider in northern Brunswick County.

H2Go Board votes in favor to move assets over to Belville

In what began as a heated, crowded, and rowdy meeting to push the continuation of H2Go's reverse osmosis plant by customers, ended in their applause.

No changes in results after Brunswick County vote canvass

After the official count of votes from the Nov. 7 elections, all the results from Brunswick County are the same as they were on Election Night.

Brunswick County election results remain the same after recount

Only a handful of votes separate four races in Brunswick county. That's why the board of elections conducted a recount to confirm the results from election night are accurate. The recount showed the results will stay the same.

Anti-RO majority prevails if H2Go vote holds in tight election

It was a long and bitter battle, and it might not be over yet. But if the results of the election for H2Go Board of Directors hold, millions of dollars could be down the drain in northern Brunswick County.

Future of reverse osmosis plant in the air; millions down the well?

As it stands now, Bill Beer will join Trudy Trombley and Jeff Gerken, the other two H2GO board of commissioners who opposed the reverse osmosis plant.

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New Hanover County elementary students looking forward to full-time in the classroom

Many children enjoyed the sunshine on Friday at Long Leaf Park before heading back to the classroom full time on Monday.

Car accidentally crashes into PTs Grille in Porters Neck

The PTs Grille in Porters Neck is back open after a car crashed into the burger joint earlier this week.

Deputies: Two more people charged in missing Bladen County woman’s murder

Two more people have been charged in the murder of a missing Bladen County woman. 

Dr. Cohen, Rev. Barber get COVID-19 vaccines

The secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Mandy Cohen, and the Rev. William Barber got their COVID-19 vaccines Friday at the PNC Arena mass vaccination clinic in Raleigh.