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Carolina Beach Council Gets Update On Freeman Park Issues

One of many piles of trash and debris left on Sunday morning, Memorial Day weekend. (Photo by: Robbie Johnson) The Council will hold several public hearings at their April 9th meeting regarding banning household furniture, portable human waste devices and additional penalties.

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Town Request Bids To Build Expanded Fire Department

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Kure Beach Council Approves Oceanfront Pool Encroachment Agreement

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New Hanover County Public Library Archives Receives Digital Preservation Grant

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CONCERNED ABOUT THE RISING COST OF HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE IN NORTH CAROLINA?

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New Hanover County Hazardous Waste Collection Day Set For March 30

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20th Pleasure Island Seafood Blues And Jazz Festival announces Buddy Guy As Headliner For 2013

The Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce announced Five time Grammy Award Winning Blues Guitarist Buddy Guy as the headline performer for the 2013 Seafood Blues and Jazz Festival in October at the Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area.

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Steve Haydu St. Patrick’s Lo Tide Run To Be Held Saturday

The 9th annual Steve Haydu St. Patrick's LoTide Run, to benefit local recipients who are fighting cancer and have no insurance, will be held this coming Saturday in downtown Carolina Beach.

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Beach Nourishment Project Underway On Pleasure Island

Covington, L.A. based dredging contractor Weeks Marine Inc. is currently conducting beach renourishment in Kure Beach, NC. Later this month Weeks will begin renourishment at the North End of Carolina Beach.

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Jubilee Park Billboard Dismantled

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Carolina Beach Council Approves Own Permit To Relocate Trash Facility In Residential District

The Carolina Beach Town Council approved relocating their trash transfer station to land located adjacent to a residential neighborhood at their March 12, meeting after hearing from residents opposed to the plan.

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