Swansboro Board of Commissioners will meet remotely in special session on Tuesday, at 5:30 p.m. through the Zoom platform.
Though no damage was reported, Tropical Storm Arthur, the first named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, did drop a lot of rain on Swansboro. The National Weather Service information indicates the town had 2-3 inches of rainfall on Monday, May 18, which meant it was a good day for this duck…
Following guidance from the governor’s office and the Department of Health and Human Services, North Carolina’s state parks has increased recreational access and services, according to a press release. The loosening began on May 9.
Isaiah Rodriguez, left, and Bronson Hall, right, SHS seniors, are pictured with Dr. Helen Gross, SHS principal, during an event honoring the principal. For more on the story, read the May 13, 2020, Tideland News. (Pete Rulon photo)
While Onslow County’s teachers are focused on making sure that students know they care during this time of remote learning, scores of Swansboro High School students and friends turned the tables on Friday afternoon and showed their love for their principal Dr. Helen Gross.
Kim Cote of Hubert enjoyed breakfast with a friend – while social distancing – at a local fast-food restaurant. Cote and her friend sat in their respective vehicles, a good distance apart. (Pete Rulon photo)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s new floodplain maps, reviewed by the Swansboro Planning Board on Monday, May 4, become effective June 19.
Mike Bryant and Samantha Palacio took advantage of the reopening of the town tennis courts on Wednesday, April 22, and still practiced social distancing. For details on the park's reopening, purchase a copy of the April 29, 2020, Tideland News. (Jimmy Williams photo)