Rev. Keith Ogden sent a message Wednesday to more than 100 parishioners titled, "KILLING THE MINDS OF MALE BABIES," upon watching a segment about American Girl on ABC's "Good Morning America."
Police say driver Aubrey Bettis, of Providence, sold the $90,000 worth of diapers instead of delivering them to an Amazon distribution facility in Fall River, Massachusetts, this month.
Seventeen-year-old James Charles tweeted on the eve of a school trip to South Africa: "I can't believe we're going to Africa today omg what if we get Ebola?"
The company says employees who are affected by the cuts will get "a comprehensive benefits package, including educational benefits and assistance with outplacement services."
The company received 33 reports of car seats disconnecting from the strollers and falling to the ground, with 26 reports of injuries to children.
Goodbye golf cart, hello electric car. Patients and visitors at Dosher Memorial Hospital can now get a ride to and from the hospital parking lot across Fodale Avenue in a new ride.
A realtor says a court backed up his decision to evict a downtown restaurant from its location earlier this month.
You can still pass "Go" and collect $200 on the Monopoly board, but you soon won't be able to do it with the thimble game piece.
In May Wilmington will host the Wells Fargo Championship at Eagle Point Golf Club. The tournament usually held in Charlotte, will be a big opportunity for area businesses, and even downtown is hoping to cash in.
Good news for movie buffs in Wilmington. Regal Entertainment Group says some fancy chairs are coming to its theaters at Mayfaire.