Volunteers work to improve the home of an Army veteran in Hampstead
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Volunteers help improve home for Army veteran

Dozens of volunteers came out to help improve the home of a local Army veteran on Thursday. It's all part of a nationwide effort to give back, and now it's going local.
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2 days ago
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Althea Gibson Tennis Complex expansion meeting set for Thursday

On Thursday, the City of Wilmington will hold an informational meeting about the upcoming expansion of the Althea Gibson Tennis Complex.
Randall Parkway Brewery Proposal (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
4 days ago
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Residents concerned about Wilmington brewery proposal

A new proposed development in Wilmington has some residents concerned.
Riverlights (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
1 week ago
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Riverlights to open to the public this Saturday

A new kind of community is opening in Wilmington this weekend, developers call it a community that celebrates family, honors nature, and embraces southern heritage.
Unselfie Campaign (Photo: Good Shepherd Center)
1 week ago
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Food Bank, Good Shepherd raising awareness on Giving Tuesday

Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, Tuesday is considered Giving Tuesday.
Volunteers provide a free Thanksgiving meal at Douglas Academy in Wilmington (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
2 weeks ago
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15th annual free Thanksgiving lunch helps those in need

A Wilmington church organized a free Thanksgiving lunch for the 15th year in a row.
One-Day Blitz donations fill shelves (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
3 weeks ago
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Stocking away record breaking One-Day Blitz donations

WWAY's One-Day Blitz benefiting the Salvation Army was a major success, with your help it shattered records making it the number one food drive in the nation for Krispy Kreme.
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1 month ago
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Brunswick Co. Habitat for Humanity to help ‘ReStore’ Fayetteville homes

More than half of the Habitat for Humanity homes built in Fayetteville over the past 30 years were damaged during Hurricane Matthew, according to Habitat for Humanity of NC.
Space Place (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
1 month ago
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Cape Fear Museum opens exhibit that is out of this world

What used to be a gift shop, has now been turned into an innovative space for children to learn.
Matthew Relief Assistance Food Giveaway (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
1 month ago
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Churches feed hundreds of families affected by Hurricane Matthew

It has been nearly a month since Hurricane Matthew and people across the state are still recovering.