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New Hanover County Hazardous Waste Collection Day Set For March 30

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Officials Continue Virginia Ave. House Fire Investigation; 6 Port-A-Johns Burned Same Night At Freeman Park

Left: (Photo: southerndigitalart.com) The Carolina Beach Fire Department responded to a fire at 104 Virginia Avenue late Wednesday night February 20. (Right:) A few hours later a trailer of portable restrooms was destroyed by fire in nearby Freeman Park.

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Town Officials Concerned With Snow's Cut Bridge Lane Reduction

Crews working on the Snow's Cut Bridge Rehab project. Carolina Beach is requesting all four lanes be open during the busy summer months.

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Dredging Of The Carolina Beach Inlet Has Begun; Beach Nourishment Pipes Being Delivered

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Carolina Beach Meter Replacement May Increase Water Bill Totals

The Town of Carolina Beach is preparing to replace older water meters and install a remote system that allows meter readings to be reported to Town Hall electronically...

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Carolina Beach Responds To State's Notification Of Violation And Possible Civil Penalty For Sewer Overflows

The Town of Carolina Beach recently responded to a notice of violation issued by North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Division of Water Quality concerning several sewer discharges in July and August of last year.

 

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Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry Route to Miss Two Runs on Thursday

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Carolina Beach Police Advisory Board Ready to Listen

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New Hanover County Hazardous Waste Collection Day Set For March 30

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Town of Carolina Beach Urges Caution During Beach Nourishment Project

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Planning Commission Denies Town's Request To Relocate Trash Collection Area To Town Property

The Carolina Beach Planning and Zoning Commission denied a request from the Town of Carolina Beach to locate trash compactors on property located off North Lake Park Blvd at their February 14, meeting. The Town has until June to remove their existing trash collection area from military land on Dow Road.

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