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COVID-19 vaccinations available at Camp Lejeune, no appointment required

Starting Monday, January 25th, Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune’s (NMCCL) Building 40 will be administrating vaccines to those who qualify during Phase 1B on a walk-in basis.

Camp Lejeune certifies new live-fire range

In time, according to Smith, conducting company-sized night live-fire assault training may become a consistent reality of this new range.

Camp Lejeune reiterates warning about island trespassing

Camp Lejeune officials are reminding people of a no trespassing policy in place for an island that the Marine base uses for live-fire training.

GOP conservative temporarily blocks $19B disaster bill

A House GOP conservative complaining of Washington's free-spending and opaque ways blocked a long-overdue $19 billion disaster aid bill on Friday, extending a tempest over hurricane and flood relief that has left the measure meandering for months.

Wounded veteran honored at USS North Carolina with special wheelchair

Just one week until Thanksgiving and we have a wounded hero we can all be thankful for.

International warriors reel in beach time before Marine Corps Trials

In Oak Island they're reeling in camaraderie, some fish and a lot of fun. Wounded warriors from all walks of life and from all parts of the world are in town.

Camp Lejeune colonel sentenced in child sex abuse case

A Marine colonel based at Camp Lejeune was convicted and sentenced in a child sexual abuse case.

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Former UNCW Pitcher gets major league call

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Navassa discusses future of Police Department

Following an incident with a man who represented himself as a Navassa law enforcement officer, the town held an unofficial meeting Wednesday evening with the district attorney and the Brunswick County sheriff.

Infrastructure deal: Senate suddenly acts to take up bill

It’s unclear if enough senators will eventually support final passage.