make WWAY your homepage  Become a fan on facebook  Follow us on twitter  Receive RSS Newsfeeds  MEMBERS: Register | Login

Archive - Dec 4, 2009

Ways to prep your home for the cold weather

READ MORE:
videoWith cold weather on the way, there are steps we all must take to make sure our homes are ready for the winter. Believe it or not, there are a lot of things to think about. Full story...
»

Federal fishing bans have local fisherman reeling

READ MORE:
videoAll the recent rain has shell-fishermen searching for sunshine. Commercial fishermen after red snapper, grouper, and flounder are for some easing up on current restrictions. Full story...
»

Weather halts Topsail parade

READ MORE:
The threat of raining on the parade was enough to lead Topsail Beach officials to cancel the annual event. Full story...
»

Pender County woman to sing national anthem at UNCW game

READ MORE:
A Pender County woman has been chosen to sing the national anthem at Saturday night's Seahawk basketball game. Pearl Pollock has been living in Pender County for the past 26 years. Full story...
»

Local Red Cross icon dies at age 87

READ MORE:
A woman at the heart of the local American Red Cross has died. Alice Snead passed away Thursday at the age of 87. Snead's service to the Red Cross started in 1942, when she was... Full story...
»

Community gardens blooming locally

READ MORE:
Community gardens are sprouting all over southeastern North Carolina; one is blooming in Wilmington. A group of volunteers gathered Friday morning to work on an addition... Full story...
»

Decorations showcased for Old Wilmington by Candlelight Tour

READ MORE:
It may take you a couple of days to decorate your home for the holidays. Imagine it taking a week. That is what has been going on inside the Latimer House in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
»

Navy to fund Lejeune water contamination studies

READ MORE:
The Navy will pay for the re-analysis a 10-year-old government study on whether contaminated water harmed babies at Camp Lejeune. Full story...
»

NC DA says cop justified in shooting UNC frat head

READ MORE:
A North Carolina prosecutor has concluded that a police officer was justified in the fatal shooting of a University of North Carolina fraternity president after a highway stop in August. Full story...
»

Volunteers open toy shops to aid military families

READ MORE:
Volunteers are setting up "toy shops" at military bases around the country to give spouses and wounded soldiers the chance to pick up free toys for their children. Full story...
»

Hundreds seek mortgage help at NC event

READ MORE:
Hundreds of people hoping to stay in their homes turned out for a chance to refinance their mortgages at an event in North Carolina's largest city sponsored by a nonprofit group. Full story...
»

NC mother pleads guilty in 5-year-old son's death

READ MORE:
A North Carolina woman has pleaded guilty to killing her 5-year-old son earlier this year. Full story...
»

Preview of Friday night playoff football

READ MORE:
videoKickoff is hours away for East Bladen High School, but it is still more than a day away for New Hanover High School. WWAY's John Rendleman has a preview of the weekend's big Eastern Championship games for high school football. Full story...
»

Support continues to pour in for Kim Munley

READ MORE:
A month after the shootings at Fort Hood, support for Sargent Kimberly Munley continues to pour in from the community. One woman has crafted a memorial quilt to be sent to Munley in time for the holidays. Full story...
»

Steps to make sure your Christmas tree is safe

READ MORE:
videoOne of the favorite holiday traditions of course, is picking out the family Christmas tree. But with an average of about 200 structure fires caused by Christmas trees in the U.S. every year, it's important to take necessary measures to keep your home safe. Full story...
»