Century Club volunteers Brad Vinson, left, and John Stanley inspect a pot of clam chowder at the club’s cookoff on Saturday. For the complete story, purchase a copy of the Nov.18, 2020, Tideland News. (Pete Rulon photo)
Should the town of Swansboro be involved in crowd-gathering events?
Called by mutual aid to assist Hubert Volunteer Fire Department at a structure fire at 120 Vance Lane in Hubert on Tuesday, Nov. 3, two Swansboro firefighters were able to rescue the family’s pet rabbit. Capt. Ashley Earles, left, and Firefighter Raysiel Forty, photo at left, were able to re…
Blame it on COVID-19.
Four-year-old Jamison Joslin of Jacksonville struck a seasonal pose during Scare Crow Day at the Salty Air Open Market recently. While it may be time to put away the Jack-O-Lanterns, the pumpkins will continue to be in demand through Thursday, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Day. (Pete Rulon photo)
While there was some confusion as to how to go about it, the Swansboro Board of Commissioners clearly agreed to deny a request to rezone Glancy Street property.
The Band of Oz helped get everyone in a festive mood at the Swansboro Rotary Club's Five-O Fishing Tournament Captain’s Party on Friday, Oct. 23. For details on the tournament and more photos, purchase a copy of the Oct. 28, 2020, Tideland News. (Samantha Palacio photo)
Apparition Paranormal Investigation isn’t mincing words – it wants to rid its clients of the ghosts and demons that haunt their lives.