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Carolina Beach Getting More Sand During Beach Nourishment Project

Contractors continue to work around the clock on the Carolina Beach and Vicinity (Area South) storm damage reduction project. Currently, Kure Beach is receiving sand pumped from the R.N. Weeks Dredge and sculpted to various elevations by heavy equipment. The project is expected to be completed by mid-April. (USACE photo by Hank Heusinkveld)

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Former Mayor Rothrock Questions Council Insurance Benefits

Current Town Council: Left to right: Tom Bridges, Sarah Friede, Mayor Bob Lewis, Mayor Protem Steve Shuttleworth and Jody Smith.

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Healthiest Counties: New Hanover Ranks 9th

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Kure Beach Storm Damage Reduction Project Continues

Sand from an offshore borrow site is pumped directly onto Kure Beach. Heavy equipment operators wait for a short while for excess water to percolate, then sculpt the material to pre-determiend elevations.

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Traffic Backup At Snow's Cut Bridge

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Carolina Beach Working To Ease Bridge Project Traffic Congestion; Delays Expected Over Easter Weekend

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

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Carolina Beach Nourishment Project Likely To Be Delayed Couple Of Weeks

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Vehicle Hit And Run Leaves Pedestrian In Hospital

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Progress Energy Scam Alert For Local Businesses

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