Few of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s residents are native to the area, which is true for almost any military town. MCB Camp Lejeune and Onslow County are currently home despite where you are from. There is a rich history at MCB Camp Lejeune and every road tells a story. Read more

The National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation (NMOHMF) held its first ever Moment of Honor on National Medal of Honor Day, March 25. The moment was a time Americans were welcomed to take a moment to reflect on and appreciate the sacrifices of Medal of Honor recipients. Read more

Niklas Cooper is a junior at Lejeune High School who was recently selected as the winner of the Operation Homefront Marine Corps Military Child of the Year award, a prestigious award given to one dependent from each of the military branches based on their scholarship, volunteerism, leadershi… Read more

Onslow County Government offices, Onslow County Health Department, Onslow County Public Library and all other county offices are closed to the general public. Business may be conducted by appointment only. Visit www.onslowcountync.gov to find the desired department or office, then call ahead. Read more

How is your walk with God? Do you find yourself “praying without ceasing” (1 Thess. 5:17), or has it been a while? Do you spend time with Him daily, or is worship just a “duty” that you (grudgingly) perform? Read more

The stress of planning a wedding can feel overwhelming between caterers, florists and dresses. In the military community especially, upcoming changes of station or deployments can make the process that much harder. For those looking to find options in the Onslow County area, the Jacksonville… Read more

Adm. Michelle Howard graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 and from the Army’s Command and General Staff College in 1998, with a master’s in military arts and sciences. In January 1996, she became the executive officer of USS Tortuga and deployed to the Adriatic in support o… Read more

North Carolina school bus safety laws apply on our installations. Motorists are not allowed to pass a school bus, if it is stopped, or in the process of stopping, to pick up or drop off children. All vehicles are required to stop and for those who do not, people are watching. School bus driv… Read more

Sir Edmund Hillary was the first man to climb Mount Everest. On May 29, 1953, he scaled the highest mountain then known to man - 29,000 feet above sea level. He was knighted for his efforts. Read more

Natalia Gonzalez graduated from Lejeune High School in 2019 and is currently a freshman attending the Honors College at University of Massachusetts Lowell, double majoring in criminal justice and English, with concentrations in crime and mental health as well as journalism and professional writing. Read more

The term “self-care” has been thrown around in the military community for some time, especially from chaplains. It sounds very good preaching it to the masses; often times challenging when asked to apply it to our own lives. In a time where society as a whole is addicted to hurry, we tend to… Read more

The USO of North Carolina held it’s 2019 Patriot Circle Partners Corporate Appreciation Luncheon in Durham, Feb. 18 The lunch is an opportunity for the USO of N.C. to thank each of its partners for their support during 2019 and to provide an update of the organization’s vision for 2020 and beyond. Read more

Jesus came to bring us out of our bondage, sorrow and night into his freedom, joy and light. Both the Bible and the news channels testify that we dwell in the midst of darkness and, even worse, that darkness dwells in us. Isaiah 9:2 testifies that “the people who walked in darkness have seen… Read more