While obesity rates are not increasing nationwide, they’re not decreasing either. The picture is even bleaker on the local level.
Of the 26 million Americans who have diabetes, a quarter of them don’t know they have it.
One of Melissa Warren’s ninth grade English students, Juan Morales at South Brunswick High School, says her class is like the Army—you must be on time, you must be prepared, and you must make every second count.
More than 4700 parcel owners in Boiling Spring Lakes will receive a $345 refund from the city in the next few months.
Each year, the Tri-County Homeless Interagency Council tracks the number of homeless living in New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick counties.
Crime doesn’t take a break, even while a town government searches for its next police chief.
The dropout rate for North Carolina saw a marked decrease last school year.
Brunswick County has its first homeless shelter network, thanks to a growing group of churches that have banded together in the area.
Leland’s Police Chief Timothy Jayne has been fired.
The Cape Fear Regional Airport in Oak Island will get a brand-new taxiway thanks to a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration.