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Polish festival Saturday in Castle Hayne

Get your fill of polish foods and Polka this Saturday at the Polish festival in Castle Hayne. The Polish festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at…

Former sheriff’s deputy guilty of soliciting prostitution in appeals trial

Former sheriff’s deputy guilty of soliciting prostitution in appeals trial

A Brunswick County jury has convicted 37-year-old Timothy Paul Caulder of two counts of soliciting prostitution and one count of soliciting crimes against nature. Caulder, a former Brunswick County sheriff’s…

CFPUA receives workplace safety awards

CFPUA receives workplace safety awards

The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority hosted state labor commissioner Cherie Berry on Wednesday for tours of two of its treatment plants, both of which have received the labor department’s…

Woman testifies against former deputy convicted of soliciting prostitution in appeals trial

Woman testifies against former deputy convicted of soliciting prostitution in appeals trial

On Aug. 26, 2013, a 32-year-old woman–who identifies herself an escort–was wired with a microphone in preparation for an internal affairs investigation into allegations of solicitation by a Brunswick County…

Sheriff: $85,000 in heroin seized in second-largest bust

Sheriff: $85,000 in heroin seized in second-largest bust

A three-month investigation into heroin trafficking has led to the second-largest heroin bust in the history of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Sgt. Jerry Brewer said…

The Scene: Celebrate fright night at five area haunts

The Scene: Celebrate fright night at five area haunts

It’s time to get spooky–maybe a little kooky–with a host of Halloween-themed events throughout the weekend. So, don your superhero mask or glam up in elegant attire. Prepare to be…

Election 2014: Four candidates face off for two Brunswick County school board seats

Election 2014: Four candidates face off for two Brunswick County school board seats

Democrats William Flythe and Leonard Jenkins–both former employees of Brunswick County Schools–face Republicans Charles Miller and John Thompson, respectively, in the Nov. 4 election. Thompson, who is currently chairman of…

Armed man wearing Halloween mask robs local store

Detectives with the Wilmington Police Department are investigating an armed robbery reported at a Wilmington convenience store Tuesday night. Officers responded to the armed robbery reported at Russell’s Quik Stop…

Two Wilmington cemeteries make ‘spookiest’ list

Two Wilmington cemeteries make ‘spookiest’ list

Two Wilmington cemeteries are among the country’s spookiest, according to a top-10 list compiled for Fox News. The Wilmington and Beaches Convention & Visitors Bureau is publicizing the rankings, which…

Election 2014: City voters to decide transportation bond

Election 2014: City voters to decide transportation bond

Are 2 more cents on Wilmington’s property tax rate worth $55 million in street and sidewalk improvements? That’s the question city voters will decide Nov. 4, when they’ll vote yea…

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