Town News: Hurricane Season

June 1st was the official start to hurricane season in the Atlantic.  Would your family be prepared in the event of a hurricane? Click here to visit the Emergency Information section of our website. You will find helpful tips to put in place now, before the threat of a storm.  Please make sure you have your vehicle decals in place now. Do not wait! These decals are necessary for re-entry to the island in the event of an emergency situation

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Major Flooding From Rains and Tide November 24th *updated*

Holden Beach, NC — Residents woke up to major flooding the morning of Saturday, November 24th at Holden Beach today! The above picture was taken on High Point Street Saturday morning, facing the canal. The flooding was caused by an unusually high tide, combined with torrential rains that covered the area in the morning. Many low-lying homes and yards were flooded from the rising waters. Update: Town officials have released the following statement: “This weekend’s low pressure storm coupled with

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Tropical Storm Arthur [*Updated]

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From Town Hall: Tropical Storm Arthur Tropical Storm Arthur is slowly moving up the coast from the east coast of Florida. Everyone with an interest should carefully monitor official news and weather sources through Friday or until Arthur has passed. Weather changes are expected to start taking place late Wednesday or early Thursday of this week. All outside furniture and other objects that are subject to damage from high winds should be part of a storm plan. Winds are currently

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