Hoggard's Greg Blanks attempts a layup on January 17, 2017. Photo Rodney Williams
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Hoggard boys/New Hanover girls win on rivalry night

In Wilmington there's nothing like the New Hanover-Hoggard rivalry. Tuesday was the first installation of Hoggard-New Hanover basketball this season. Check out our game action!
Council approves funding for Riverfront construction (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Council approves construction on part of riverfront

The Wilmington City Council unanimously approved funding for a construction contract on part of the riverfront.
City Hall approved for further repair (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Council approves $537K for City Hall repairs

During Wilmington's City Council meeting Tuesday night, additional funds were approved for further repairs needed at City Hall.
Two story arcade proposal (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Two story arcade proposed for Carolina Beach boardwalk

Three years since Carolina Beach's iconic arcade burned down, a proposal has been suggested to bring it back, bigger and better than ever.
Love Grove community granted new access bridge (Photo: WWAY)
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New access bridge approved for Love Grove community

It's been a long road but tonight dozens of Love Grove residents are celebrating after the Wilmington City Council unanimously approved a new access bridge to their community.
Proposed Dollar General (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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New Dollar General proposed for Treasure Island

Carolina Beach town leaders reviewed a proposal for a Dollar General on North Lake Park Boulevard between Flaming Amy's and the ABC Store.
Carolina Beach Fire Department getting fire boat (Photo: KCLM)
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Carolina Beach Fire Department to acquire fire boat

The 25-ft addition is expected to give the department an edge during the summer months, making rescue crews better equipped to handle any situation that might happen in the water.
Aaron Blake Williams October 2015 (Photo: New Hanover Co. Jail)
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Marsh Oaks man who reported own hit-and-run sentenced

Aaron Blake Williams, 24, hit four pedestrians in Marsh Oaks, including two New Hanover high school coaches, and kept driving.