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Submitted by Makenzi Henderson on Fri, 12/13/2013 - 12:37am.READ MORE:
The Cape Fear Museum is having an auction! The museum is auctioning numerous items that don't fit their mission of collecting items related to the history or science of the lower Cape Fear area. Full story...
Submitted by Tim Buckley on Tue, 12/10/2013 - 9:20am.READ MORE:
Right on the grounds of St. Mary's school, one of Wilmington's oldest citizens is still going strong. The Boundary Oak as it's known has a very special meaning, hearkening to a quainter Wilmington of the past. Full story...
Submitted by Christina Anthony on Sat, 12/07/2013 - 8:40pm.READ MORE:
Saturday marked the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, a date President Franklin D. Roosevelt said "will live in infamy." Full story...
Submitted by Tim Buckley on Wed, 11/27/2013 - 9:48am.READ MORE:
Two hundred and ninety-five years ago, it was "off" with Blackbeard's head. One of the most infamous pirates in history, Edward Teach who gained the nickname Blackbeard for his fierce appearance. had a long history in North Carolina. Full story...
Submitted by Daniel Seamans on Fri, 11/22/2013 - 7:28pm.READ MORE:
The top story in the Nov. 22, 1963, edition of the Wilmington Morning Star was "JFK Tours Tex., Talks Politics." By the afternoon, The Wilmington News ran with the banner headline "KENNEDY SLAIN IN TEX." Full story...
Submitted by Daniel Seamans on Fri, 11/22/2013 - 9:53am.READ MORE:
WWAY NewsChannel 3's Daniel Seamans talked to some longtime Wilmington residents of their memories of that day and how the Port City reacted to the death of the president. Full story...
Submitted by Brandon Taylor on Wed, 11/20/2013 - 5:46pm.READ MORE:
The Gospel of Matthew claims a mysterious star appeared at the birth of Jesus. Tonight at UNCW, a scholar is trying to explain the mystery of the Star of Bethlehem. Full story...
Submitted by Alyssa Rosenberg on Sun, 11/10/2013 - 6:18pm.READ MORE:
One of Oakdale Cemetery's most popular horse-drawn wagon tours was back to entertain kids and adults of all ages. Full story...
Submitted by Tim Buckley on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 9:48am.READ MORE:
In Wilmington's early years, its prosperity was directly tied to business coming in and out of port. Steamboats made it easier to get goods up and down the rivers of Eastern NC. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Wed, 09/04/2013 - 3:12pm.READ MORE: