11th Oct2012

Rebuilding ministry coming to Pender

by Ken Clarke

PENDER COUNTY – Substandard houses know no boundaries and a Wilmington group dedicated to upgrade those living conditions in the area is making Pender County a priority going so far as opening an office in the county.

11th Oct2012

Lady Titans exceed .500 mark in conference with
win over Kenan

by Lee Wagner

ROCKY POINT – Losses are never something that one looks forward to in sports, but sometimes a loss can send a message, and a lesson can be learned, and it would appear that the girls on the Trask High School volleyball team took the lesson learned from a loss to the Lady Tigers of James Kenan back on Sept. 13 to heart, and Tuesday night they got their payback.

11th Oct2012

Lady Bulldogs continue title hunt with home win Jones, Sr.

by Lee Wagner

HOLLY RIDGE – Despite some major adversity that included the loss of one of their better players, the Dixon High School volleyball team has shown a determination and a resilience equal to what you find beating in the heart of a champion.

10th Oct2012

Bingo at Topsail Beach

by Contributor

TOPSAIL BEACH – A popular summer evening treat is back at Topsail Beach.

10th Oct2012

Pender Health Department Flu clinics

by Contributor

PENDER COUNTY – The Pender County Health Department will hold its flu clinics across the county during the following dates:

10th Oct2012

Stonebridge hosting Alzhemier’s information
seminar on Thursday

by Contributor

HAMPSTEAD – The Stonebridge Assisted Living and Memory Care facility at 2778 Country Club Drive in Hampstead will be holding a seminar that includes a basic training program for caregivers to share concerns and questions about caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

10th Oct2012

Lady Pirates in drivers seat with win over Croatan

by Lee Wagner

OCEAN – It’s hard enough to win a conference title in any sport today especially in an area where military families transfer in and out, and it’s really a major accomplishment when you can win two in a row.

10th Oct2012

Ward shows signs of frustrations over
health board appointments

by Ken Clarke

BURGAW – As the Pender commissioners attempt to fill vacant positions on the county health board one commissioner is beginning to outwardly show frustration with the process which led him and another commissioner to snip at one another.