Lejeune High School senior Kyle Baldwin cleared 13 and a half feet to win silver in the pole vault at the NCHSAA’s 1A/2A indoor state championship meet in Winston-Salem, Feb. 15. Baldwin’s second-place finish gave the Lejeune boys eight of their 18 points, a total good enough for ninth in th… Read more

The USO of North Carolina, in partnership with Lowe’s Home Improvement, held a ceremonial ribbon cutting at the USO of N.C. Center in Jacksonville to unveil its newly renovated media room, renamed as the Staff Sgt. Benjamin S. Hines Media Room in remembrance a Marine who was killed in action… Read more

Lejeune High School senior Dean Fecteau finished 12th in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:52.17 at last Thursday’s 1A/2A NCHSAA State Swimming Championships in Cary. Fecteau earned five team points to put LHS ahead of eight other 1A/2A schools that had men earn points at the state meet. Read more

Weapons Training Battalion (WTBN), Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will host the Marksmanship Intramurals competitions at the Stone Bay rifle range from Feb. 27 to March 13. Due to renovations on the Alpha and Bravo ranges, this will be the first time the intramural competition will be held s… Read more

Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Townsend Bombing Range (TBR), January 29. The ceremony was held to commemorate the completion of expanding and modernizing TBR, the East Coast’s premier air-to-ground bombing range. Read more

The Lejeune High School boys’ winter track team won their meet at Heide Trask High School against six other schools, Jan. 29. Karl Benson won the 1000-meter run and Kyle Baldwin won the pole vault to lead the Devil Pups. Read more

Beginning Jan. 27 and 28, the tax centers on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River will open their doors for service members, their families and military retirees to receive free income tax preparation services for the 2020 tax season. Read more

Residents of Carteret County donated 39 boxes of baked goods this year to the Marines and Sailors on duty at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Dec. 16. The annual Cookies for Our Troops delivery has been organized by Carteret County’s Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee (MA… Read more

Across all Marine Corps installations from the east coast to the west coast and abroad, the Eagle Eyes program acts as the first line of defense. Using the Marine Corps’ own service members for security, regardless of occupation, makes the program a revolutionary change in the defense game. Read more

Since October 31, 2019, active duty military service members serving away from their usual duty station, as well as members of the National Guard regardless of where they are serving, are eligible for free credit monitoring from Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. Here’s why: Read more

Just three days after defeating Southwest Onslow 68-43 in the seventh-place game of the Onslow County Classic at Jacksonville High School, the Lejeune High School boys’ basketball team faced the Stallions again in a rematch at Dixon, Jan. 3. Read more

The Southwest Onslow High School girls’ basketball team won their second game of the season on Jan. 3 over Lejeune High School, 58-13. Junior forward Shaylin Pollock scored a game-high 25 points while freshman guard Armani Reid scored 23 points for SWOHS (2-5). Read more