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A healthy crowd of folks gathered at the Harry C. Pugliese Pavilion Stage at Olde Towne Square for the Swansboro by Candlelight entertainment on Saturday, Nov. 9. Swansboro Dance Studio performed excerpts from “The Nutcracker” and Flip Side provided live music during the event, which feature…

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Following open discussion on the town’s 2019 Land-Use Plan, Swansboro commissioners generally agreed to continue incorporating the plan’s policies into the Swansboro Unified Development Ordinance.

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Swansboro High School Marching Band members make a Peace Sign during a certain moments of the show “This is America.” The band offered a special performance of the show on Sunday, Nov. 3. For details, purchase a copy of the Nov. 6, 2019, Tideland News. (Jennifer de Beaumont photo)

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One of the more interesting Swansboro races in recent memory is now final. With Tuesday, Nov. 5, Election Day results tabulated, P.J. Pugliese, Frank Tursi, Laurent Meilleur and Larry Philpott will take the four seats that were up for grabs on the Swansboro Board of Commissioners.

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Swansboro Mayor John Davis, right, recognized Titan Gabrielse at the Oct. 22 board of commissioners meeting and proclaimed October as National Dyslexia Awareness Month in Swansboro. Titan’s father Eric accompanied him. For the complete story, purchase a copy of the Oct. 30, 2019, Tideland Ne…

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Swansboro voters of all parties and affiliations will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5, to elect four town commissioners. But a recent meet-and-greet only for the candidates who are registered Republicans has some thinking that the traditionally nonpartisan election could be turning.

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A male mallard duck has little privacy as he attempts to take a bath in the pond at Possumwood Acres Wildlife Sanctuary in Hubert. The males tend to rear up to make sure the water gets to all the feathers for a good clean bath, according to Toni O’Neil, PAWS director. She said that as they r…

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On a bitterly cold day in January 2018, Bobby Southerlin, principal investigator with the Archaeological Consultants of the Carolinas Inc., dug two test holes on a grassy lot on Front Street in Swansboro.