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Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson Historic site plans to open this weekend in time for the 155th anniversary of the fall of Fort Anderson.
The Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson visitor center is closed indefinitely due to post-Florence construction work.
Halloween has come and gone and a few people in the Cape Fear decided to have a little explosive fun with their pumpkins on Saturday.
A little, or rather a large, piece of history is being installed nearly 155 years after the fall of Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Historic Site.
The State Bureau of Investigation and two Brunswick County fire departments are trying to determine what started the fire that set a popular part of the Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson historic site ablaze last night.
It survived being burned by the British and countless hurricanes including Florence. Now after two and a half months, the Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site is open again.
A Brunswick County state historic site will soon get back to normal following Hurricane Florence.
History buffs young and old came out to celebrate the birthday of the longest standing church in the Cape Fear.
On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., visitors can meet with actors dressed as colonists and Civil War soldiers.
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