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    Retired Onslow County Clerk of Court Bettie Gurganus was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the state’s highest honors, for her almost

    More than 12 years after she last came to visit Jacksonville, Grace Gawthrop is back.

    Montford Point Marine Association Monument Director Houston Shinal was named 2015 Linda L. Richardson Minority Business Advocate of the Year and Brennan

    For a second-annual Jacksonville event, it's the attire that matters.

    Joseph LaCorte is a hometown boy that has made it good in the movie and television industry in New York City. He is a costume designer and his work has

    War Room is the fifth major production written by the Kendrick brothers (known for films like Chasing the Giants and Courageous), and it was filmed in

    In a letter Wednesday, purportedly from former Surf City Police Chief Mike Halstead, Halstead said he had to beg for a severance package after nearly two

    Adam Barth of Jacksonville spent the first week in August with three other young professionals “Rollin’ with Rotary.” The quartet

    Petersen was promoted to brigadier general in 1979, the first black Marine to pin on a star.

    Ken Banks had never seen a manatee in person, but there was no mistaking what appeared in front of him over the weekend.

    Onslow County Schools can advance design of a new Richlands Elementary School almost two years ahead of the project's anticipated construction.

    The new Crystal Coast Visitor Center on N.C. 58 is scheduled to open by the end of the month.

    The inaugural flight will leave Albert J. Ellis Airport's new passenger terminal about 6 a.m. Wednesday morning.

    The imagery is there, but in different ways.

    Chris Campbell, of Jacksonville, loved the beach and was an advocate for ocean conservation.

    More than $60,000 was raised to benefit Onslow County families

    Hammocks Beach State Park Superintendent Paul Donnelly has a Pelican with his name on it to carry into retirement.

    A Rainbow Girl is now a Rainbow advisor — and a scholarship winning one at that.

    When Don Askew became a firefighter in 1979, Swansboro Fire Department had almost 50 volunteers.

    “No weapons allowed.”The sign on the door of the Jacksonville Military Recruiting Station, located in Westwood Village, is no different than

    After developing over several days, a hurricane or tropical storm is on a path to affect you or somewhere you care about.

    No registers of deeds employees in Onslow, Carteret, Jones or Duplin counties sought exemptions from same-sex-marriage duties for religious beliefs per

    With a decapitated grouper head in tow, Bailey Schucker, 16, and friend John Porter set out to catch a shark.

    A local hospice is reaching out to the faith community to help facilitate conversations about end of life choices.

    A local community center now has some upgrades thanks to volunteers.