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Veggie Wagon Gets Agricultural Grant For Year Round Local Produce

Veggie Wagon is located just S. of the Lake at 608 S. Lake Park Blvd.

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Carolina Beach Gets 40-Year Beach Nourishment Funding Study

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Carolina Beach Submits Proposal To Army To Dredge Carolina Beach Lake; Put Material Near Sewer Plant

Pictured above: The Carolina Beach Lake overflowed in 2010 into surrounding areas following an intense rainstorm. The Town of Carolina Beach is requesting permission from the U.S. Army to place dredge material from the lake on an abandoned area at the wastewater treatment plant.

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Carolina Beach Fire Department Responds Quickly To Feb. 4th Motel Fire; No Injuries

The Carolina Beach Fire Department responded to a fire at Russo's Motel on Cape Fear Blvd on Monday afternoon. The fire was quickly brought under control and no one was injured.

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Carolina Beach Markets Former Pier Project Properties For $4.65 Million

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CBPD To Begin Enforcement Of Sweepstakes Machine Ban

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New Wave Transit Bus Route For Pleasure Island

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State Approves Lease for Cold Storage Facility At Port Of Wilmington

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Work Continues On Snow's Cut Bridge Project; Dow Road Project To Start Soon

Crews continue working on the $4.6 million dollar Snow's Cut Bridge preservation project. Earlier this week resurfacing began on the two southbound lanes. Once that work is complete those lanes will be reopened and the remaining two-lanes will be closed for repairs and resurfacing over a number of months.

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Carolina Beach Examining Affect Of Flood Insurance Rate Changes

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Kure Beach Planning Triathlon For Summer 2013

The Town of Kure Beach voted in 2012 not to permit the Kure Beach Double Sprint Triathlon to hold an event in 2013 due to an outstanding $240 unpaid balance for Town fees associated with the event. Now the Town's fire department and a non-profit are planning their own similar event.

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