The Community Health and Safety Expo was held on Saturday in the CFCC Schwartz Center in Downtown Wilmington.
Folks met at the Martin Luther King Center on S. 8th St. today to celebrate Juneteenth or National Freedom Day. Juneteenth celebrates the abolition of slavery in the US in 1865.
All they wanted was for Natalie to feel the sand between her toes one last time.
"Doctors told us she would not be here at 10 and she's almost 12," Garcia said.
A church in Wilmington is showing its support for the Charleston community affected by a fatal shooting at a church this week.
A Wilmington church is making a difference in the community by giving away thousands of pounds of food to people who need it.
If you need help keeping your pets safe from rabies, there's a free clinic tomorrow.
Today is known as Juneteenth, a commemoration of the emancipation of African-American slaves. On this day, The City of Wilmington Commission of African American History honored those who fought in the Battle Forks Road with a historical marker.
For the sixth year in a row, a group of people will head to a popular party spot on 4th of July not celebrate, but to help clean up the mess of other revelers.
When it comes to life's curve balls, some you swing at and get a base hit, others are a swing and a miss, and then some curve balls you knock out of the park. Marcus Lacewell is the definition of determination. The Wilmington man has been on quite the journey since going from "anything's possible" to a disabling "you gotta make it happen yourself." He's our Extraordinary Person of the Week.
The Brunswick Transit System has a new home in Shallotte.