Brunswick County wants input on landscaping, green space, and tree requirements to help refine and prioritize the recommendations needed to update the county’s unified development ordinance.
As of Monday, Brunswick Family Assistance will move its offices and food pantry from Shallotte to 929 Old Ocean Highway in Bolivia.
While the southernmost county on the North Carolina coast shares features similar to other coastal counties, its historic destinations, charming towns and recent rapid growth help make it unique.
This week only, Brunswick County residents can dispose of tires, metal, paint, oil, batteries and other materials at the landfill at no charge.
Input from the public will help refine and prioritize the recommendations and action steps needed to finalize the draft Blueprint Brunswick 2040 comprehensive land use plan and parks and recreation master plan.
The money for the Brunswick County site is from the federal Semiquincentennial Grant Program, which commemorates the 250th anniversary of the nation’s founding.
NCDOT has put in place a detour to avoid a large brushfire at the Green Swamp Nature Preserve.
After finding a Carolina wren nesting under an existing bridge in Brunswick County, the project to replace the 50-year-old structure has been put on hold.
Top elected officials in New Hanover and Brunswick counties have issued blistering criticisms of Chemours’ recent television ads touting the chemical company’s environmental record.
Steve Stone, who has been serving as Brunswick’s deputy county manager, is to begin as county manager in January.
Officials estimated that about 13,000 gallons of untreated wastewater reached an unnamed tributary of Persimmon Swamp in Calabash.
Officials along North Carolina’s southern coast say the federal government has yet to address their concerns over the distance of proposed offshore wind turbines.
The N.C. Department of Transportation is set to hold a virtual public hearing Tuesday on a proposed amendment to Green Swamp Preserve to accommodate replacing a bridge on N.C. 211 In Brunswick County.
The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners is expected Monday to consider a resolution opposing offshore wind turbines less than 24 miles from shore, taking its cue from oceanfront towns.
Brunswick County Chairman Thompson has ended the county’s state of emergency for COVID-19.
The outdoor warning sirens around the Brunswick Nuclear Plant will be tested on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021.