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Pleasure Island business owners hold networking event, talk staffing issues

Pleasure Island business owners gathered together Wednesday night at the Sea Witch in Carolina Beach as they prepare for a busy season.

Local reaction to Johnson and Johnson vaccine hold

The CDC and FDA recommended a pause on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Tuesday morning. According to both, the vaccine has been connected to six cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.

CCMF granted special event permit by Myrtle Beach City Council

The Myrtle Beach City Council met on Tuesday and granted Carolina Country Music Festival organizers a special event permit for the four-day music festival.

UNCW, NHRMC stop administering J & J vaccine due to reaction concerns

UNCW has paused its vaccination clinic, while NHRMC will offer Pfizer or Moderna instead. New Hanover County Public Health's clinics are not impacted.

US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

The U.S. is recommending a “pause” in using the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

New Hanover County Senior Resource Center reopens

The New Hanover County Senior Resource Center reopened Monday with precautions in place.

New Hanover County middle and high schoolers move to Plan A

Monday, thousands of students across the Cape Fear returned to class for full-time, in-person instruction.

Lawmakers seek long-term limit on governors’ emergency power

Lawmakers say some states have been operating under emergency laws that date back decades and didn't envision a crisis that stretched for more than a year.

SC man diagnosed with COVID-19 out of the hospital, heals in rehab 241 days later

Thompkins had no underlying conditions. He had symptoms of fever, vomiting, and what appeared to be pink eye.

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Man gets wrong COVID-19 vaccine brand for 2nd dose

The location was the same site where Richards got his first shot in March. He had his vaccination card with him Tuesday, which showed that his first shot was Moderna.

Pandemic good Samaritan faces hefty tax bill for his efforts

Facebook warns that money generated from a fundraiser on the social medial platform may be taxable.

Surf City presented with proposed budget, storm mitigation plan details

The proposed FY 21-22 Town of Surf City budget is balanced and totals $23,306,298 for all operations.

Town of Shallotte could pay more to buy water

A town document estimates that a household or business who uses less than 6000 gallons the user will see their bi-monthly bill jump from $35.98 to $50.14.