This brown praying mantis is silhouetted against the sky as the sun sets following an afternoon thunderstorm that passed through Swansboro. While it may appear the carnivore is “praying,” it is actually “preying.” (Carl Lewis photo)
Meals on Wheels offers more than food to those in need.
Charles P. Jacobi, 98, received a special gift on Saturday, Sept. 5, from the American Legion Riders Chapter 265 of Jacksonville, led by Jacobi’s son Buddy, pictured with his father. The World War II veteran, who served in all nine campaigns of the war, earned The Silver Star and four Bronze…
Swansboro commissioners have agreed to seek a state grant that would link the Dock Walk at Bicentennial Park with the town’s public dock at Moore Street.
A four-vehicle wreck that claimed the life of one of the drivers is still being investigated, according to Lt. Dwayne Taylor of the Swansboro Police Department.
Dr. Zadda Bazzy shares her thoughts on being named Onslow County’s Teacher of the Year. The Queens Creek Elementary School music teacher was surprised with the announcement while at school on Tuesday, Sept. 1. For the complete story, purchase a copy of the Sept. 2, 2020, Tideland News. (Pho…
There’s a new destination in the works for Swansboro’s wastewater.
Anastasia Smith, 2, enjoyed a game of “catch” with her mother, Sara Smith of Jacksonville, while games were underway at the baseball and softball fields on Swansboro Loop Road on Saturday, Aug. 22. (Pete Rulon photo)