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Brunch Bill voted down in Holly Ridge

It seems like not everyone is on board with the state's new Brunch Bill. One area in Onslow County has shot it down.

Whiteville approves Brunch Bill, starts Sunday

The Whiteville City Council approved the Brunch Bill Tuesday evening. The council voted 6-1 in favor of the bill.

Burgaw not ready to say cheers to brunch bill

Burgaw is not going to join many area towns offering alcohol sales at 10 a.m. on Sundays, at least not yet. The town Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing on the issue before a decision is made on the state's new brunch bill. Town Manager Chad McEwen says it is town policy to hold a hearing on anything that involves an ordinance. The hearing is Tuesday, September 22 at 5:30 p.m. at Burgaw Town Hall.

Pender County Commissioners approve ‘Brunch Bill’

Pender County Commissioners approved the so-called "Brunch Bill" Monday night, which allows earlier alcohol sales on Sundays.

Fayetteville considers ‘Brunch Bill’ alcohol sales change

Fayetteville could be the next city to allow restaurants to serve alcohol on Sunday mornings under a new state law.

Fayetteville considers ‘Brunch Bill’ alcohol sales change

Fayetteville could be the next city to allow restaurants to serve alcohol on Sunday mornings under a new state law.

Wilmington Mayor enjoys first ‘Brunch Bill’ Sunday

Today was the first official day the 'Brunch Bill' was in effect which meant many started their brunch plans two hours earlier this morning.

Kure Beach passes ‘Brunch Bill’

Kure Beach became the latest town to approve the "Brunch Bill" at their town council meeting Friday.

Town of Calabash approves Brunch Bill

The Town of Calabash is among many others in the Cape Fear Region who approved the Brunch Bill.

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