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Eight years in a row, Pender County Search and Rescue has sponsored a full scale search and rescue training exercise and this year participants traveled hundreds of miles to join in on the 2020 Swamp Stomp.
Moore's Creek National Battlefield hosts a monthly living history series and an event this weekend focuses on holiday traditions of the early American colonists.
Labor Day is just around the corner and this year it is the 11th anniversary of the Currie Labor Day parade.
The Pender County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding a teenager who's been missing since late April.
A Medal of Honor recipient who was involved in the bloodiest fight of the Vietnam War will be sharing about his experience at Moores Creek National Battlefield during a noon luncheon Saturday.
During the early 20th century, Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald partnered with communities across the South to build, what was considered at the time, state-of-the-art schools for African-American children living in rural and impoverished areas.
When river levels began rising following hurricane Matthew and Florence, it quickly became a potential very dangerous situation for many families in the Cape Fear.
A Pender County man awaiting trial on DWI charges out of Bladen County, is now accused of driving drunk and crashing his car, killing a woman.
Park officials announced on social media that beginning Monday, October 15, 2018, the park will resume normal operations.