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Carolina Beach Police Seek Suspects In Labor Day Weekend Beating

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Carolina Beach Council To Consider Outdoor Storage In Residential Areas

The Town of Carolina Beach owns undeveloped property on Spartanburg Avenue where they are proposing to locate an outdoor storage yard. Area residents are upset citing impact on property values in their quiet neighborhood.  The Town says their options are limited. They have to relocate off military land by the end of the year.

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Kure Beach Says Triathlon Will Not Be Permitted In 2013; Failed To Pay Final $240 Invoice

The Kure Beach Town Council voted at their September meeting to not permit the 16th Annual Kure Beach Triathlon due to an outstanding $240 invoice.

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Fishing Boat Drifts Ashore; Lifeguard Comes To Aid

(Photo: Bev Veals) September 25, 2012 - Wind and strong currents washed a fishing boat onto shore in the 1100 block of Carolina Beach Avenue North in Carolina Beach Tuesday morning September 25, when their engine stalled. 

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Carolina Beach Inlet Association Seeking New

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Carolina Beach Lifeguards Still On Duty Until End Of September

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Kure Beach Flu Vaccination Clinic

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Carolina Beach Council Discusses Raising Rates At Freeman Park

The Carolina Beach Town Council recently discussed raising rates for access to Freeman Park to help fund future beach nourishment projects.

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Carolina Beach Discusses Ways To Raise Funds For Future Beach Nourishment Projects

The Carolina Beach Town Council voted September 11, to send a letter to state legislators asking for options to generate additional revenues to fund future beach nourishment projects. Some ideas mentioned during the meeting include property taxes, sales taxes, hotel room taxes and raising fees for Freeman Park.

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