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Battle brewing over proposed tax increases for boardwalk businesses

A battle is brewing in Carolina Beach over a proposed tax increase for businesses on the boardwalk.

Demo planned for long-time mini golf course on Carolina Beach Boardwalk

The Town of Carolina Beach has applied for a demolition permit to remove the putt-putt course on the Boardwalk.

‘It feels normal’: Boardwalk restaurants busy on first weekend reopen

Local restaurants kicked off the unofficial start to summer by reopening their dining rooms.

‘It’s worth the wait’: People wait in line for hours on Britt’s Donuts opening day

Local favorite and tourist must-have Britt's Donuts opened their doors on Saturday.

More than locals at Carolina Beach during COVID-19 pandemic

Carolina Beach banned short term rentals until April 22, but some temporary residents are still making their way to the island.

Some boardwalk businesses close their doors during COVID-19 outbreak

Businesses along the Carolina Beach Boardwalk depend on beach-goers to keep their businesses thriving.

Pilot to shoot at Carolina Beach boardwalk

This past week, we told you two new pilots would be filming in the Cape Fear. Now we know more details about where one of those pilots will film.

Five years since Carolina Beach Boardwalk fire, business owners reflect on growth since

Five years ago, a fire tore through a longtime arcade on the Carolina Beach Boardwalk, leaving the business in shambles.

Last call! It’s the final weekend of the season to get Britt’s Donuts

Britt's Donuts in Carolina Beach will be serving up their delicious for the last time this year.

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Local organization seeks volunteers, funding for Masonboro Island July 4 cleanup

Volunteers and donors needed for cleanup on Masonboro Island after July 4th festivities.

Annual N. Carolina farm bill nears final lawmaker approval

The North Carolina legislature is near final approval of its annual farm bill, which includes a new method to permit operations at hog farms so they can convert liquid waste into consumer natural gas.

Hashimoto: ‘No spectators’ still possible for Tokyo Olympics

A “no-spectator" Olympics remains an option according to the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee Seiko Hashimoto.