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Bald Head Island gets OK for once-banned seawall to prevent erosion

Bald Head Island gets OK for once-banned seawall to prevent erosion

Bald Head Island has received state approval to build the first terminal groin–a long, low-lying seawall that juts into the ocean to prevent erosion–allowed on the North Carolina coast under…

Homeowners insurance rate hearing to be held Monday

N.C. Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin wants to remind North Carolinians that a rate hearing for homeowners insurance is to begin Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. in the Jim Long Hearing…

A funky twist on ‘old school’ classics: Wake N Bake Donuts opens in Carolina Beach

A funky twist on ‘old school’ classics: Wake N Bake Donuts opens in Carolina Beach

It’s not exactly your grandparents’ doughnut and coffee stop. But in some ways it is, and that’s the exactly what Wake N Bake Donuts owner Danny Trangredi was going for…

Speed limit lowered to 25 mph on parts of Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach

Drivers will soon have to slow down on a stretch of Carolina Beach’s busiest road. Carolina Beach Town Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance that lowers the speed limit on…

Carolina Beach Town Council raises Freeman Park pass prices

Carolina Beach Town Council raises Freeman Park pass prices

It will be more expensive for beachgoers to drive their vehicles on Freeman Park on the north end of Carolina Beach next year. Members of the Carolina Beach Town Council…

Carolina Beach manager: Investigation ongoing, cause unknown in boardwalk fire

Carolina Beach manager: Investigation ongoing, cause unknown in boardwalk fire

The cause of last month’s fire at the Carolina Beach boardwalk is still unknown. Carolina Beach Town Manager Michael Cramer said an investigation into the cause of the Sept. 25…

Gov. McCrory at energy summit: ‘We need to participate in our energy independence’

Gov. McCrory at energy summit: ‘We need to participate in our energy independence’

Untapped potential for oil and gas exploration and wind and solar energy in coastal North Carolina—both offshore and onshore—could significantly contribute to the country becoming energy self-reliant and breaking free…

The Scene: Two legends to headline this year’s Pleasure Island festival

The Scene: Two legends to headline this year’s Pleasure Island festival

Live music and good food along the waterfront are on the horizon. This year’s Pleasure Island Seafood, Blues & Jazz Festival–set for Saturday and Sunday at the Fort Fisher Air…

Controlled burn planned this week at Fort Fisher Historic Site

Working in conjunction with the N.C. Forest Service, Fort Fisher State Historic Site is planning to conduct a controlled burn of the site’s land-face earthworks during the week of Oct.…

Appeals court: Portion of state’s voter reform law would ‘disproportionately affect black voters’

“The right to vote is fundamental,” U.S. Court of Appeals Judge James Wynn wrote in an opinion that struck down a portion of North Carolina’s voter reform law on Wednesday.…

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