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Carolina Beach Issues Boil Water Notice

10PM Monday night: Crews ruptured a water-main at the intersection of Tarboro Ave and Dow Road. The Town of Carolina Beach has issued a boil water notice. 

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Carolina Beach Council To Hear Presentation On Proposed Community Pool Aquatics Center

The Carolina Beach Town Council will hear a presentation at their September 11, meeting on a proposal for an indoor-outdoor municipal pool. (Photo: City of Hartford Connecticut)

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County Talks Beach Nourishment Funding; New Requirement Costly

The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners discussed beach nourishment funding at their September 4th, meeting. The Army Corp of Engineers is requiring the County to sign an agreement to be 100 percent responsible for cost overruns and any liabilities incurred with the project. Historically, the federal, state, and local governments shared in unanticipated costs. 

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Carolina Beach Planning Commission To Consider Outdoor Storage Yard At 617 Spartanburg Ave.

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Revolution Festival Set For This Weekend At Freeman Park

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UPDATE: Animal Control Searching For Foxes

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Snow's Cut Bridge Project Postponed Until Next Week

A project to rehabilitate the 50+ year old Snow's Cut Bridge leading onto Pleasure Island has been postponed. Work was set to begin Wednesday September 5th, but on Tuesday it was postponed until sometime next week. The project is scheduled for completion within 390 days after the start date. Lanes will be closed at times restricting traffic to permit crews to perform the work.

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New Hanover County Vice Narcotics Detectives Bust Large Heroin Dealer

A month long investigation yields large heroin bust. Gregory Donell Miller was arrested on 23 felony charges. Over 2,200 bags of heroin.

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Carolina Beach Council To Discuss Freeman Park Festivals, Vendors and Operations September 11

The Carolina Beach Town Council will discuss festivals and vendors at Freeman Park at their September 11, meeting. Concerns were raised in June about activity at one popular festival set for September 7 and 8.

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