Daily Archives: January 29, 2013
A kindergarten student suffering from epilepsy recently came home from school with rug burn and swelling on his face. His family is upset, and they want answers.
As work continues on the Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge, locals hope to see an end to the construction soon.
This morning town officials talked with the NCDOT to come up with a solution to help traffic flow onto and off the island.
The leader of the North Carolina House says focusing on government efficiencies and fixing the state's indebted unemployment insurance system will free up money so businesses can create jobs and vulnerable citizens are cared for.
This week's Marking History focuses on a local man who became something extraordinary. You could say it was by design.
Robert Taylor was born in Wilmington in the 1800s and ended up becoming a pioneer in the field of architecture. His life is a story of firsts.
Gov. Pat McCrory says he's determined to get North Carolina's public university system focused on teaching what's economically useful.
The North Carolina Azalea Festival has a new way to describe the annual event that's become a staple of Wilmington culture: Southern Charm in Full Bloom.
January warmth often comes at a cost, and we'll be liable to pay up tomorrow night.
The city would like to invite you and other downtown stakeholders to attend a debriefing regarding the MLK parade held tonight.
New Hanover County fire crews worked to put out all hotspots hours after a fire sparked at an office building on Murrayville Road Monday night.
Tom Bradshaw is out as executive director of the NC State Ports Authority, an official confirmed on Monday.
Ports authority spokeswoman Laura Blair said Bradshaw no longer works for the NC Department of Transportation, but provided no other information.