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Brunswick County Commissioners approve $27m spending plan, hear presentations on COVID-19, transportation

On Tuesday the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners approved a guideline to spend $27 million from the American Rescue Plan.

Volunteers, businesses honored for helping after deadly Brunswick County tornado

It's been more than four months since a deadly tornado ripped through southern Brunswick County, and those who helped with the recovery effort are now being recognized.

Brunswick County passes budget for FY 2021-2022

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners has approved the budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners receive information on water rate changes

With the proposed changes, the County’s FY 2022 recommended rates would still remain lower or comparable with other retail water rates in other coastal North Carolina counties.

Brunswick County Commissioners vote on CARES Act funds, water treatment plant

Monday night, the Brunswick County Commissioners voted unanimously to authorize the county manager to make an application for the CARES Act funds already approved by the federal government.

Update on Hurricane Florence aftermath in Brunswick County

An update briefing on Hurricane Florence aftermath in Brunswick County was held in Leland Wednesday morning.

Veterans services tour coming to Brunswick County

Next month, veterans and their families will have six opportunities to get more information on services and resources available.

Brunswick Co. Vice Chair appointed to NC Fire and Rescue Commission

The Fire and Rescue Commission assists and participates with state and local fire prevention and control agencies in the improvement of fire prevention and control in North Carolina.

Brunswick County to keep current sales tax distribution method

videoBrunswick County’s Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to leave the sales tax distribution method unchanged at Monday night’s regular board meeting.

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Starz releases season 2 trailer for locally-filmed show ‘Hightown’

Starz has released the season 2 trailer for the show "Hightown."

NC road-building costs could scale back long-term projects

North Carolina government would need billions of dollars in additional road-building funds if it wants to carry out currently planned projects for the next decade, according to recent cost reassessments.