Cameron Riggs, right, and Kelsie Flint were named Swansboro’s homecoming king and queen on Friday, Oct. 15, before the start of the 42-38 win over Croatan. (Contributed photo)
With Election Day just around the corner, political signs are posted along roadsides and in yards throughout Swansboro … nothing new there.
Collin Hewitt, a member of the Swansboro High School Symphonic Band, played Taps during the Blessing of the Fleet on the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 8. About a dozen boats gathered for the Swansboro Mullet Festival of North Carolina event in the White Oak River near Casper’s Marina. The Rev. T…
Swansboro voters will choose a mayor and three commissioners on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 2, although voters can cast a ballot ahead of Election Day.
US Workboats started building a passenger ferry at its Hubert boat plant for the N.C. Department of Transportation back in 2018. But following a few snags, including a lawsuit, Waterline Systems took on the project and is responsible for getting the first state ferry of its kind in the water…
At the request of the mayor, town commissioners have agreed to replace at least some of Swansboro’s Christmas decorations.
Swansboro’s Ed McHale celebrates the completion of the Appalachian Trail after a steep climb to the top of Mount Katahdin in Maine, the northern terminus. The 50-year-old covered the 2,189 miles in six months. Read about it in the Sept. 29, 2021, Tideland News. (Contributed photo)
Three of Swansboro’s town commissioners have taken issue with what they perceive as Mayor John Davis acting unilaterally in seeking to secure state funds for an emergency operations center.