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Safe Kids NC Urges Parents to "Look Before You Lock"; A Hot Car Can Kill A Child

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State Budget May Cut Local Beach Nourishment Funding

Kure Beach officials are calling upon their state elected leaders in the General Assembly to restore the state's share of funding a beach nourishment project already scheduled for later this year. Anticipated funding was cut from both the House and Senate budgets leaving a shortfall of $1.184 million dollars.

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Kure Beach Boardwalk Set To Be Finished For July 4th Weekend

Work continues on the Boardwalk and Oceanfront Park in downtown Kure Beach. While the new park on Atlantic Avenue is set for completion later this fall, the new boardwalk is set to be fully open by July 4th complete with new beach access ramps and oceanfront swings.

Commissioners Adopt Travel Policy; Berger Fires Back With Accusations

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Carolina Beach Adopts Budget: Tax Rate Reduced; No Fee Increases

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Carolina Beach Council To Consider Bamboo Control Ordinance

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Carolina Beach Approves $100,000 To Comply With Military Land Lease

The U.S. Army has notified the Town of Carolina Beach they are in violation of their lease on land in the Sunny Point Buffer Zone used for the sewer treatment plant. They are requiring a plan to remedy the issues in June and compliance by the end of this year. The Council approved $100,000 towards compliance at their June 12, meeting.

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Open House at Fort Fisher Underwater Archaeology Branch June 27

The N.C. Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) will host a rare behind-the-scenes tour of its facility on Wednesday, June 27, at 10 a.m., to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the sinking of the Modern Greece in 1862.

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Man Drowns at Kure Beach Friday Afternoon

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