A Wilmington non-profit is planning to plant a new Christmas tree for the City, but it needs help from citizens.
It's Christmas Eve, and this Throwback Thursday we're looking back on what was once the world's largest living Christmas Tree, which was right here in the Port City.
A British man based in Tokyo is spreading Christmas cheer in a very unique way.
Road crews set up Christmas tree and stockings while working on the Leland Causeway project during the holidays.
After 35 years, Joe Rosheleau is used to his Christmas tree drawing the attention of passerby, that's because it hangs upside down -- and rotates!
The lights are lit! The City of Wilmington Friday night flipped the switch at the annual tree lighting ceremony downtown.
It was once the world’s largest living Christmas tree. Soon though it could come down, but the folks who want to cut it down say they have a plan.