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For months now, we have been hearing about the word change. Change is all around us, and as you will find out, change has been a big part of the Cape Fear River.

The Cape Fear River defines Wilmington. It frames the downtown area and it was the route to founding our city. It still serves as a busy waterway for fishermen and pleasure boats as well as large commercial ships.

Meteorologist Chris Phillips of WWAY Newschannel 3 explains exactly what kind of change is going on, both ecologically and geographically here.

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