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Army Corps to dredge Carolina Beach Inlet more often

The US Army Corps of Engineers says they will start scheduling shorter dredging cycles. This means dredging would be done every 8 weeks.

Crews return navigational aids to Carolina Beach Inlet

Boaters should see safer sailing in Carolina Beach Inlet.

Crews almost finished with dredging in Carolina Beach Inlet

The Carolina Beach Inlet dredging project should wrap up this week.

Inlet dredging to begin in April after USCG announced buoy removal

Hours after the United States Coast Guard announced they were going to remove navigational buoys from Carolina Beach Inlet, New Hanover County said they are working with state partners and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin a dredging project in April.

USCG to remove navigational markers in Carolina Beach Inlet due to safety concerns

The US Coast Guard plans to remove navigational markers from Carolina Beach Inlet due unsafe conditions for boaters.

Boat capsizes in Carolina Beach Inlet, good Samaritan answers the call

Coast Guard officials say a call for distress was answered by a good Samaritan in Carolina Beach.

SET SAIL: Boater conditions improve in Carolina Beach Inlet

All day long dredging is underway on the Carolina Beach Inlet. Dredging projects play a major role in maintaining both beaches and inlets.

Economic impact study ordered for Carolina Beach Inlet

video Nearly $8,000 will flow toward an economic impact study of the Carolina Beach Inlet.

Local leaders discuss future of inlet dredging

video Where were you when the ship hit the sand? That’s the question Carolina Beach Inlet association is asking state and federal lawmakers, but they say it’s no laughing matter.

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