A classroom inside GLOW Academy. (Photo: Madison Morgan/ Reporter)
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Girls charter school to open next week

A one o fa kind charter school is gearing up to open its doors next week to 100 girls in the Wilmington area.
Pediatric EpiPens. (Photo:Madison Morgan/ Reporter)
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Schools talk about what EpiPen price increase means

As the price of EpiPens grows across the country , so does concern from parents and caretakers.
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Crossbow stolen from Hampstead business

The Pender County Sheriff's Office hopes you can identify the men in these photos.
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Humpday Health: Know your numbers to better reach your goals

Before you set foot in the gym or start planning out your meals, it's good to get an understanding of where your body is.
Richard Poole (Photo: Taylor Yakowenko/WWAY)
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Democrats speak out at Pence event, say jobs should be the focus of the election

The chair of the New Hanover County Democratic Party was out at the Mike Pence rally this afternoon.
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Several local projects included in the state’s next transportation plan

The N.C. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that several key transportation projects aimed at improving regional mobility and better connecting eastern North Carolina’s communities will be included in the state's next draft 10-year transportation plan.
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Cat hoarding case straining Columbus County’s shelter resources, donations needed

A case of cat hoarding in Columbus County is straining the resources of the animal shelter, both in its budget and its available food and litter.
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Wilmington man sentenced as habitual felon for drug, gun charges

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) – A judge sentenced a Wilmington man to more than 5 years behind bars for drugs and gun charges. Sherman Pearson, 43, will spend between 66 and 118 months in the Department of Adult Correction. Pearson pled guilty to Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Possess with Intent to Sell Heroin and Cocaine, and having attained […]