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Freeman Park to reopen on Thursday

Freeman Park will reopen to the public at 8 a.m. on Thursday.

Freeman park closes to vehicles after reaching capacity limit

Due to reaching capacity limits and concerns for public safety, Freeman Park closed to vehicle traffic on Saturday.

Freeman Park annual passes go on sale

If you're looking to buy an annual permit to Carolina Beach's Freeman Park, you can get it at a discount beginning this week.

Town officials approve changes to Freeman Park regulations

Town officials approved changes to Freeman Park regulations at a meeting Tuesday night.

No more summer camping at Freeman Park

There are some changes coming to Freeman Park for the 2020 season, which may not go over well with some pass-holders.

Meeting held to discuss possible changes coming to Freeman Park

Some changes may be on the way for Freeman Park. Wednesday night the Carolina Beach Town Council talked about some policy adjustments for the upcoming year.

‘Jeep Go Topless Day’ in Carolina Beach postponed for 2020

A big event that takes place in Carolina Beach every year may not go on as usual in 2020. Carolina Beach Jeep Go Topless Day has been postponed.

Committee recommends keeping annual Freeman Park passes

The future of Freeman Park is still up in the air, but one committee wants the annual passes to remain.

Are changes on the way for Freeman Park?

Some changes may be on the way for Freeman Park.

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Two NC lawmakers who contract COVID were on same hunting trip

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon of Brunswick County has tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.

Portion of Wrightsville Ave. closed for emergency sewer repair

A portion of Wrightsville Avenue closed to traffic on Tuesday so crews could make an emergency sewer repair.

Surf City to vote on paid parking again

The Town of Surf City is considering paid parking, again. 

Car chase ends after driver collides with Bladen County sheriff’s deputy

The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Unit and the Community Impact Team (CIT) were in the Bladenboro area on Friday in response to community complaints of narcotics activity.