The number of people in Onslow County who have tested positive for COVID-19 took its biggest one-week jump on Tuesday, June 30, reaching 290. That compares with 222 positive cases on Tuesday, June 23.
Swansboro weather has been fairly unpredictable – and severe – of late. The evening of Saturday, June 20, the first day of summer, was no exception as this thunderstorm rolled over the community. (Carl Lewis photo)
When Chris Seaberg, town manager, was reporting to the Swansboro Board of Commissioners on the status of the town’s five lease agreements, one caught the ear of the panel.
The Swansboro High School Class of 2020 was featured in a motorcade through Swansboro on Saturday, June 13. Despite intermittent showers the spirits of the graduates were not dampened as they traveled along N.C. 24, Old Hammock Road and Hammocks Beach Road. Enthusiastic supporters cheered th…
A request from developer A. Sydes Construction Inc. to increase the number of building lots in the Swansgate subdivision has led Swansboro to reconsider traffic, sidewalk development and recreation space application, among other things, at the subdivision.
Mike Haut is properly masked while he prepares meals for the dine-in customers at the Boro Restaurant. Swansboro restaurants welcome customers under Phase 2 of Gov. Roy Cooper's reopening plan. For the full story, purchase a copy of the June 10, 2020, Tideland News. (Pete Rulon photo)
Swansboro High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian for the Class of 2020 are products of the Swansboro school system. Both Courtney Varela, valedictorian, and Danielle Chadwick, salutatorian, have attended Swansboro area schools from kindergarten through 12th grade.
The president of the Friends of Swansboro Library makes a case for purchasing property adjacent to the Swansboro Branch Library. For the complete story, purchase a copy of the June 3, 2020, Tideland News. (Barry Fetzer photo)