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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.

Gill net setback to take effect on NC coast Sunday

State officials are set to enforce a rule which establishes a 100-yard gill net setback from most North Carolina ocean beaches to protect bottlenose dolphins.

Carolina Beach Inlet dredging underway

videoThe US Army Corps of Engineers began dredging the Carolina Beach Inlet today at the north end of Freeman Park.

County leaders talk sand, bans with Carolina Beach & Kure Beach

video Leaders from both Kure Beach and Carolina Beach met this morning with New Hanover County Commissioners. The purpose of the special meeting was to discuss issues important to all communities, from dredging to smoking on the beach.

Rep. McIntyre says dredging necessary at Carolina Beach inlet

Congressman Mike McIntyre made a stop in Carolina Beach Friday to discuss dredging of the Carolina Beach inlet. McIntyre was joined by local leaders for a boat tour aboard the Royal Winner.

Kure Beach Town Council approves $15,000 to dredging of Carolina Beach Inlet

video Kure Beach Town Council is currently dealing with many issues. The one that was top of the agenda at Tuesday's town council meeting was the dredging of the Carolina Beach Inlet.

County approves Carolina Beach Inlet dredging money

New Hanover County Commissioners approved money for Carolina Beach Inlet dredging this morning. The board voted to spend $168,000 to prevent the inlet from eventually filling in.

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