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An Epilepsy Journey

Beating the odds with Epilepsy STORY BY Rhonda Till My son Riley is turning 28 this month. He’s also celebrating 3 1/2 years seizure-free. The seizures began when he was 7. It’s been quite a ride for our family. Riley

Hero’s Chili Cook-Off

Have some chili and help your community STORY BY KASS FINCHER This year’s Hometown Heroes Chili Cook Off will offer some new twists but will also share the same community spirit, not to mention awesome chili recipes! It’s coming to

Healing Center Opens

Southport welcomes Holistic healing from an expert team STORY BY KRIS BEASLEY Located at 420 N. Howe Street, perfectly situation for convenience, the Southport Healing Arts Center is a unique and much needed addition to the hustle and bustle of

Freedom Day

National Thank-You Movement Treats Veterans in Brunswick County; Coastal Cosmetic Family Dentistry provides FREE dental services. Bolivia, NC – October 12, 2017 – Coastal Cosmetic family Dentistry treated over 50 service men and women today during their 5th annual Freedom

Capt. Newton’s Inn

B&B in Southport full of Southern Charm with a hidden luxury addition STORY BY Ami Brown I was invited into the home of Lisa Fosbury, owner and operator of the Capt. Newtons Inn, B&B, in dowtown Southport for a behind

Brunswick Inn

One of the oldest small businesses in Southport Story by: KASS FINCHER Possibly one of the oldest small businesses in Southport is the Brunswick Inn on Bay Street. Its history is storied and rich, surviving many different owners, hurricanes and

Starting Your Own Business

With plenty of resources available, entrepreneurs and start-ups are on the rise By Ami Brown They say if a new business can make it the first five years… they’re considered successful. I’ve owned a couple of businesses and I can

Local Charities

November, the month of giving is here Story by Lisa Stites Helping others brings out the best in people, and there are many giving opportunities that can really make a difference in Brunswick County. With so many natural disasters such

Ghostly Update!

The article in last months issue called “Ghostly Tales” was based directly on the information in the book “Cape Fear’s Haunting Women” by Emily and Joseph Toone. The historic tale has been altered over time and we wanted to set

New City Manager

Hello Southport Magazine readers, My name is Bruce Oakley and I started as the new Southport City Manager on September 1. The move to Southport has been great and everyone has been so welcoming and helpful. It’s such a beautiful

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