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Ronald Hewett lived, died a local legend
Born and raised in Brunswick County, the West Brunswick High School graduate did not take long to rise to prominence.
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Former Brunswick Co. Sheriff Ron Hewett dies in NHC jail
The U.S. Marshal's Office confirms that former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett died in federal custody at the New Hanover County Jail on Saturday afternoon.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Authorities searching for missing man from Brunswick County
Detectives said 33-year-old David Wayne Presley was last seen at his home on Helmsman Drive in Supply around 6:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Prospects for big employer in Brunswick Co. still early in process
State documents say a company is considering bringing a thousand jobs to Brunswick County, but the county's economic development chief says everything is still very preliminary.
Deputies looking for suspect who has avoided them for months
Brunswick County Sheriff's detectives need help finding a Shallotte man they've been looking for for months on multiple charges.
FootGolf takes hold at golf course in Calabash
FootGolf isn't the latest rage yet, but that's there's hope that it will catch on with golfers and soccer players at the Meadowlands Golf Club in Brunswick County.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Myrtle Beach Online
Newsmakers | ATMC awards scholarships to Brunswick County students
ATMC has presented $2,000 scholarships to four local high school seniors: Alexandria Ball, Brittany Evans, Martina Knox and Alexander Sludds.
Chikungunya virus continues to affect Leland couple after Haiti trip
The Brunswick County couple, who contracted the Chikungunya virus while working at an orphanage in Haiti, has been back at their Leland home for over a month.
Officials announce the largest heroin bust in Brunswick Co. history
Deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office arrested a man from Supply early Thursday morning in what officials say was the biggest heroin bust in county history.
Former Sheriff Ron Hewett jailed on federal weapon charge
Former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett is back behind bars after being accused of possessing a firearm as a felon.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Myrtle Beach Online
Concert series in Sunset Beach raises money for local charities
Through the summer a different band performs each Wednesday evening in the free Sunset Beach concert series, but the concert committee offers a twist: a local charity benefits from a 50-50 raffle.
You ask, we investigate: Nuisance trees
You ask, we investigate. Brunswick County resident Vickie Hobbs wants to know what her rights are regarding a tree on her neighbor's property.
Judge holds bond for ministry leader accused of '90s sex crimes with child
Nearly two dozen people filled a Brunswick County courtroom today trying to make the case that a minister charged with sex crimes involving a child two decades ago should be let out of jail.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Myrtle Beach Online
Strand Notebook | Longtime choral society looking for new members
A recent patriotic concert by the Sea Notes Choral Society marked 40 years that the choir has been performing for audiences in southeastern North Carolina and other areas.
Man wanted for child sex crimes in Brunswick Co. arrested in Idaho
On May 13, Leland Police got a report accusing Fernando "Flaca" Vargas-Julio of a sexual assault.
Caught on Camera: Suspects sought in pig cooker theft from VFW
Brunswick County Sheriff's detectives are looking for help identifying two people and a vehicle wanted in connection with a them from the VFW post in Supply.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Holiday DWI checkpoint nets 62
The Governor's Highway Safety Checkpoint was set up near the off ramp of South College Road where it crosses Market Street.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Teen charged with shooting man in chest
A Brunswick County teen faces several charges in connection to a shooting that sent a man to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
11pm Update: Arthur makes landfall as Category 2 Hurricane at Cape Lookout
Hurricane Arthur is expected to affect northeast North Carolina and the Outer Banks before it moves out into the Atlantic Ocean.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Don't cut driver ed
The N.C. Senate is wrong to propose cutting money for school-based driver education programs; the House would be making a huge mistake to go along with this ill-conceived proposal.