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Private development’s sewer plant cited for 81 environmental violations over six years

The wastewater plant serving Beau Rivage Plantation in Monkey Junction has an unfavorable compliance record, with dozens of environmental citations over...
The Shallotte Riverfront Town Center will feature a $2.5 million riverwalk constructed by the town and about 390,000 square feet of retail, office and residential space to be built on nearly 17 waterfront town-owned acres. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)

Brunswick County has spilled an estimated 417,000 gallons of sewage this year

On Wednesday morning, 32,000 gallons of wastewater reached the Shallotte River Basin due to a crack in a Brunswick County sewer...

Brunswick County apparently misses public reporting requirement after 125,000-gallon sewage spill

A mechanical failure at Brunswick County's Ocean Isle Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant caused a 125,000-gallon wastewater spill Monday. (Port City Daily...

12,000 gallons of wastewater spilled in Brunswick County. Because it didn’t reach a waterway, public notification wasn’t required

A spill released an estimated 12,000 gallons of untreated wastewater onto land off Mt. Misery Road mid-January. (Port City Daily photo/Contributed)

Wilmington spill sends 2.4 million gallons of sewage into Smith Creek, second-largest in CFPUA history

Burnt Mill Creek, seen from Market Street, has higher-than-normal levels of fecal coliform due to a sewer spill caused by a...
Sgt. Jonathan Hall (center) helps guide rescue efforts with the collaboration of Missouri Task Force 1 during Hurricane Florence in Leland. (Port City Daily photo/Courtesy Town of Leland)

Leland’s Hurricane Florence response, by the numbers

LELAND --- One month after Hurricane Florence passed through southeastern North Carolina, Leland is reflecting on how it responded to unprecedented conditions. In total, the...

The smells of a post-storm Carolina Beach: Sewage, rotten eggs, decomposing yard debris

CAROLINA BEACH --- Some residents feel Carolina Beach smells like raw sewage, with water that smells like rotten eggs. After 17.7 million gallons of untreated...