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

Archive - News story

Wilmington Christian Academy students give back to the community

READ MORE:
Some kids proved Friday, that you do not need a holiday or a special occasion to give back to the community. Middle school students from Wilmington Christian Academy visited the Good Shepherd shelter today. Full story...
»

Culinary landmarks at Wrightsville Beach

READ MORE:
videoThrough hurricanes and a big fire, King Neptune Restaurant has remained a staple of Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
»

Outlook optimistic for recent grads and their job search

READ MORE:
videoToday's graduates face the harsh reality of finding a job. Not an easy task considering unemployment is at its highest levels in their lifetimes. Full story...
»

Security tight at UNCW commencement ceremonies

READ MORE:
Commencement ceremonies are going on Friday at UNC Wilmington. Due to a bomb threat last week, security is tight at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
»

Biodiesel fuel makes its way to Wilmington

READ MORE:
videoFive-hundred gallons of free biodiesel were up for grabs in ten gallon installments at Eco-Collection Systems in Wilmington Friday afternoon. Full story...
»

Accident claims the life of West Brunswick High senior

READ MORE:
Just two weeks before high school graduation, a car crash has claimed the life of a West Brunswick senior. Full story...
»

Oak Island bridge work to resume

READ MORE:
After months of investigation into the death of a construction worker on the new Oak Island bridge, work is scheduled to resume. Full story...
»

State lawmakers to vote on new Pender and New Hanover County districts

READ MORE:
State lawmakers are expected to vote next week on a new map of House districts for New Hanover and Pender counties. Full story...
»

Topsail High hosts Special Olympics

READ MORE:
Topsail High School hosted Pender County's Special Olympics Friday. Eighty-five kids from special needs programs across the county participated. Full story...
»

Emergency Services Director for Brunswick County stepping down

READ MORE:
Randy Thompson announced he will retire from the Brunswick County Emergency Services Department no later than February. He has spent the last 30 years in public service. Full story...
»

Perdue names 4 to board overseeing NC schools

READ MORE:
Gov. Beverly Perdue wants an attorney and longtime school counselor on North Carolina's Board of Education. Full story...
»

UNC system considers student health plan

READ MORE:
An official at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill estimates that 10 percent of undergraduate students don't have health insurance. Full story...
»

Sweet exhibit: Chocolate on display at NC museum

READ MORE:
Who needs a candy story when you can get your fill of chocolate at the Museum. Full story...
»

Marine base breaks ground on barracks for wounded

READ MORE:
A Marine Corps base in North Carolina is breaking ground on a new wounded warrior barracks, one of four future facilities that will make up its Wounded Warrior Complex. Full story...
»

Coupon confusion at KFC

READ MORE:
videoWhen Oprah announced a promotion for KFC earlier this week, people jumped at the chance to print coupons off her website for a free meal. Apparently, KFC did not expect ... Full story...
»