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Sheriff McMahon will announce future of helicopter Thursday

The New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office would like to invite the media to a news conference concerning the Sheriff’s Helicopter, Sheriff’s Air One. Sheriff Ed McMahon will be meeting with the media to announce his plans for the helicopter and answer questions concerning the helicopter.

McMahon starts first full term as sheriff

He's been on the job for about a year and a half. This morning Ed McMahon was sworn in as New Hanover County Sheriff after winning election for the first time.

FIRST ON 3: Sheriff McMahon reverts additional $150k to school board

Sheriff Ed McMahon plans to revert an additional $150,646 to the New Hanover County Board of Education. This decision follows a preliminary decision in January which reverted $172,883.15 to the Board.

It’s official, McMahon takes oath

videoThere's a new sheriff in town. Ed McMahon took the oath of office Wednesday morning to replace Sid Causey as New Hanover County Sheriff.

Celebration takes a look back on the accomplishments of Sheriff Sid Causey

videoThere are two weeks and counting until New Hanover County Sheriff Sid Causey turns in his badge for the retired life. After 39 years in law enforcement, Sheriff Causey has made countless friends and acquaintances; many of whom attended his retirement celebration Monday night.

County Commission approves Ed McMahon for sheriff

New Hanover County officially has a successor for Sheriff Sid Causey. Monday, the County Commission approved Chief Deputy Ed McMahon for the job. He will replace Causey, who took early retirement and steps down June 30.

New Hanover County Sheriff selected in a landslide

videoThe man likely to be the next New Hanover County Sheriff has been selected. Members of the county's Democratic Party Monday night overwhelmingly voted for Chief Deputy Ed McMahon.

Should a political party decide New Hanover County’s next sheriff?

videoMonday night, the New Hanover County Democratic Party's Executive Committee will meet to choose who it will nominate to be the county's next sheriff. But should that power be left in the hand of a political party?

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