Each Friday Topsail News Online’s Lee Wagner will give a breakdown of each game our four local high school football teams will play. The feature will include breakdowns for not only our local team but their opponents. Stay tuned each week.
What if you were between the ages of 30 and 65, never had a personal history of cancer, and wanted to help the American Cancer Society in a study to determine why some people get cancer while others do not? Now is the chance to make a long term commitment to help advance our knowledge and understanding of cancer. This study does not ask for financial resources –it merely asks for your commitment of time.
RALEIGH — Have you noticed all the food stamp commercials that seem to be airing lately? I hear them a lot, and they go something like this: “You may think you won’t qualify for food stamps, but you might. Eligibility is wider than you think. Check it out. You never know what you might be able to get.”
HAMPSTEAD – It may have taken a little longer than expected but Wilmington developer Jim McFarland has made good on his promise to make a $2 million written offer to Pender County to purchase the old Topsail School in Hampstead.
ESA/Central North Carolina ended its local competition season on Saturday, September 1, at Access 4 in North Topsail Beach. Conditions were less than ideal with small knee to thigh waves. Competitors performed well despite the lack of surf. Many were anxious to complete the season then wait for the tropical swells that often grace us in September.