The Onslow County Board of Elections will allow filing for Swansboro's special election Aug. 26-30.
A pair of osprey looks to be involved in a family squabble as they settle into their nest. The raptors, sometimes called fish hawks, have chosen to put down roots on a light pole in the Swansboro Walmart parking lot. (Pete Rulon photo)
Heavy rain in Swansboro on the afternoon of Sunday, Aug. 11, left standing water in a few places. A puddle on Elm Street created a reflecting pond for the stop sign. Perhaps it was a way to get motorists coming and going? (Carl Lewis photo)
Commissioners weren’t happy about it, and one of them voted against it, but in a special meeting on Aug. 6 Swansboro Board of Commissioners voted to approve a resolution calling for a special election on Nov. 5.
The remnants of storm clouds painted an impressive sky as the sun set over Swansboro on July 31. The swirling colors presented quite a backdrop for the iconic Clyde Phillips Seafood. (Carl Lewis photo)
Swansboro Board of Commissioners approved a resolution calling for a special election on Nov. 5, pending approval by the Onslow County Board of Elections.
Andrea Correll, hired as town planner in Swansboro in March 2016, submitted her resignation on Tuesday, Aug. 13. She has accepted a job offer in the town of Burgaw. Hers is the fourth Swansboro employee resignation submitted in 2019.
Anna Cole shared her musical message of making people – young people – aware of how hurtful bullying can be on July 17. She was one of four young people who provided perspective to the Senior Adult Ministry gathering at Swansboro United Methodist Church.