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Sheriff: ‘Major heroin distributor’ arrested in Leland

Sheriff: ‘Major heroin distributor’ arrested in Leland

Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office have charged a Granville County man with trafficking heroin. Juan Manola Monk, 28, was arrested following a traffic stop Wednesday on N.C. 133…

Hydrocodone identified as missing evidence that prompted SBI investigation at Leland PD

Hydrocodone identified as missing evidence that prompted SBI investigation at Leland PD

No action against current employees will be taken by town officials in a case of missing evidence at the Leland Police Department. According to Leland Town Manager David Hollis, the…

Wilmington man jailed under $1 million bond on probation violation

Wilmington man jailed under $1 million bond on probation violation

A Wilmington man serving probation for a March offense in New Hanover County has been arrested and charged in connection with interfering with his electronic monitoring device in Brunswick County.…

Blackwell Road in Belville closed tonight through Monday

All lanes of Blackwell Road between U.S. 17 and N.C. 133 in Belville will be closed to traffic tonight and through this weekend. The road, which parallels U.S. 17 in…

Duke Energy to begin removing coal ash from Sutton in 2015

Duke Energy to begin removing coal ash from Sutton in 2015

Duke Energy has announced it will begin removing coal ash from four its power plants in North Carolina, including the Sutton Plant across the river from Wilmington. The removals are…

Roger Bacon Academy complies with state’s salary request; probationary status lifted for charter schools

Roger Bacon Academy complies with state’s salary request; probationary status lifted for charter schools

Roger Bacon Academy, the for-profit corporation that operates four area charter schools, has complied with the N.C. State Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) request for salary information for certain employees,…

State school board places Charter Day School, Inc. on ‘financial probationary status’

State school board places Charter Day School, Inc. on ‘financial probationary status’

Members of the N.C. State Board of Education have placed Charter Day School, Inc. on “financial probationary status” for failing to comply with an August request for financial information of…

Sutton Lake reclassified as ‘waters of the state,’ will receive more protections

Sutton Lake reclassified as ‘waters of the state,’ will receive more protections

Sutton Lake has been reclassified from a private cooling pond for Duke Energy’s Sutton Plant to a public resource, or “waters of the state,” state officials announced today. The change…

‘Rolling roadblocks’ to start on Wilmington-Leland causeway

‘Rolling roadblocks’ to start on Wilmington-Leland causeway

Construction on the causeway between Wilmington and Leland is at a point where “rolling roadblocks” are beginning to be used, to give crews windows of time to install drill shafts.…

Scuba classes to be offered at Cape Fear Community College

Scuba classes to be offered at Cape Fear Community College

Those interested in taking scuba diving lessons can now do so at Cape Fear Community College (CFCC). Beginning Nov. 12, Inman Campbell, instructor and co-owner of Blackbeard Scuba in Southport,…

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