The Seaside Arts Council’s Artist of the Month for July is Debbie Pagliughi of Swansboro. She works in various mediums, including sculpture, welding creations like this 7-foot horse made of bicycle parts, etc. For the story, purchase a copy of the July 28, 2021, Tideland News. (Ken Drury photo)
Unless the owners have a serious change of heart, the Swansboro Historic District will lose another contributing structure, probably in a year or so.
Swansboro officials cut the ribbon on a sidewalk-building project in various areas of town on Saturday, July 17. State Rep. Phil Shepard, second from left, and Kathy Jo Fulcher, center, joined, from left, Commissioner P.J. Pugliese, Mayor John Davis and Commissioner Larry Philpott. (Pete Rul…
Swansboro has fielded a slate of seven candidates for the upcoming municipal election.
RALEIGH —State lawmakers have unveiled a plan to replace the N.C. High School Athletic Association with a state commission to oversee public school sports.
As part of its annual Towel Ministry – which is an opportunity to serve – a group of volunteers associated with St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, built a wheelchair ramp for Geraldine Morse of Peletier. Taking part in the effort were Sarah Criddle, Debbie Purser, Isabella Cruz, Sue El…
As the community enters the 2021 hurricane season, town commissioners are re-thinking the future of housing for the critical personnel during and immediately after a major storm.
July Fourth fireworks over Swansboro by Carl Lewis