Brunswick County now has coronavirus tests for those who think they have symptoms and their physician has determined a test is required.
NCDOT and SCDOT will meet with public this week on a proposed bypass around Calabash and Little River and the Grand Strand areas in South Carolina.
FEMA and North Carolina announced nearly $1.3 million will reimburse Brunswick County for public safety activities following Hurricane Florence, bringing the county’s total to $13.8 million.
The state Department of Environmental Quality is holding a public hearing in Bolivia Dec. 5 on Brunswick County’s wastewater draft permit modifications for its Northwest Water Treatment Plant in Leland.
Brunswick County Solid Waste and Recycling is hosting a hazardous household waste collection event Saturday, when county residents can properly dispose of old or unused stains, insecticides, household cleaning products and more.
Randell Woodruff, currently Pender County’s manager, will begin work in October as Brunswick County’s next county manager.
Brunswick County will begin Monday aerial spraying for mosquitoes to help manage mosquito populations following Hurricane Florence and the storm-related flooding.
Tarps as well as food and water are to be available for distribution from 11 am. To 5 p.m. Thursday at four locations in Brunswick County.
Brunswick County officials are warning of scammers in the area and have announced food and water distributions Wednesday as work continues to restore water service.
Brunswick County commissioners recently approved changes to solar farm requirements in the unified development ordinance, or UDO, that included eliminating size limits.
In a 4-1 vote, Brunswick County Commissioners voted Monday to remove a resolution against offshore drilling from their agenda, maintaining its stance to have no official opinion on this issue.
The Brunswick Environmental Action Team plans to hold a rally opposing offshore drilling Tuesday in Bolivia, where county commissioners are to meet later that evening.
Brunswick County plans to continue collecting used cooking oil at the six disposal sites in the county and is seeking proposals from businesses to provide the service.
Brunswick County commissioners this week rejected proposed restrictions on solar farms that they said would impede the rights of private property owners.
Attorneys representing Brunswick County have filed a lawsuit against Chemours and DuPont for their role in contaminating the Cape Fear River.
Brunswick County’s planning board is recommending rule changes that would cap the size and tighten setback requirements for solar farms.