The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation confirmed Wednesday that it is looking into allegations involving the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office at the request of the elected district attorney.
Up to 10 successful applicants could receive $5,000 signing bonuses from Columbus County Schools for stepping into vacancies now advertised on the school system’s employment website.
The City of Whiteville has joined a growing list of municipalities across North Carolina with a district specifically designed to allow you to sip on your favorite alcoholic beverage as you stroll downtown and pop into participating shops.
Onnah Monroe’s Thompson Street home in Whiteville was the site of a movie shoot Thursday afternoon by B.R. Films of Wilmington. “Dope Boy Magic” is the production company’s 10th feature film since its inception in 2018.
Whiteville City Council will hold a public hearing and then vote on a proposed ordinance to establish a social district within the city limits at its Tuesday meeting, to begin at 6:30 p.m.
In a 5–1 vote Thursday, the Columbus County Board of Commissioners approved a proposal to have the Lake Waccamaw Fire and Rescue Department provide emergency medical services throughout the Lake Waccamaw EMS District.
Columbus County government is advertising for a third-party organization to provide additional emergency coverage to underserved areas of the county.
Beginning Jan. 1, residents inside and outside the town limits of Lake Waccamaw could receive emergency medical services from the town’s fire and rescue personnel, under an agreement being formulated between the county and town governments.
You may soon be able to openly walk the streets of downtown Whiteville and enjoy a beer, wine or other alcoholic beverage of your choice — within certain restrictions.
During its meeting Monday evening, the Lake Waccamaw Town Council learned that, just minutes before the meeting, long-awaited state approval had finally come through, and the town can soon drill new drinking water wells at two sites.