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Unincorporated areas still waiting for debris pick-up in Brunswick County

The community is still cleaning up after nearly three weeks after Hurricane Isaias made landfall in Brunswick County.

Brunswick County Commissioner faces backlash over controversial Facebook post

Commissioner Mike Forte has taken some heat recently over a Facebook post made in June. Some who live in Brunswick County are now asking for him to resign his position.

Brunswick County agrees to match funds for Pacon Manufacturing grant

The Brunswick County Commissioners held a public hearing on a proposed economic development incentive for the Pacon Manufacturing Corporation on Monday. In April of 2019, Govenor Roy Cooper announced that Pacon was going to bring nearly 300 new jobs to the old US Marine Plant on Quality Drive and invest $37 million in the community.

‘Prepare, not panic’: Brunswick County Commissioners hold emergency meeting

After a presumed positive case of coronavirus, Brunswick County Commissioners called an emergency meeting this afternoon.

Brunswick County Commissioners vote to build RO plant

Brunswick County’s Commissioners voted unanimously to approve construction of a low-pressure reverse osmosis plant at the Board’s budget workshop Thursday.

Changes could be coming for development of Brunswick Co. solar farms

The Brunswick County Planning Board is looking into revising its Unified Development Ordinance. The changes would affect solar farms in the county.

Brunswick Co. Commissioners continue to explore Lockwood Folly dredging

Brunswick County Commissioners got an update about the feasibility of dredging a new channel at Lockwood Folly Inlet.

Coastline Volunteer Rescue Center in Brunswick Co. gets pink ambulance

The Coastline Volunteer Rescue Center in Supply has a new ambulance and it is pink.

$152 million school bond going on November ballot

Voters in Brunswick County will have a say on whether the county will borrow $152 million for public schools.

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Too little, too late? Bar owners react to Gov. Cooper’s Phase 3

Governor Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that North Carolina will move into Phase 3 of COVID-19 reopening on Friday, allowing some businesses to reopen for the first time since March.

COVID-19 assistance for farmers market operators and local food hubs

Beginning Oct. 1, farmers markets operators and local food hubs can apply for assistance through the COVID-19 Emergency Aid for Farmers Market Operators and Local Food Hubs program.

Person falls off Oak Island Pier, clings to piling until rescued

A man was rescued from the ocean Wednesday morning after they fell off the end of the Oak Island Pier, according to Oak Island Water Rescue. 

‘Negative, uncivil’: Voters react to chaotic first 2020 presidential debate

People around the nation and right here in the Cape Fear are still digesting the fiery debate Tuesday night between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.