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At 10 thousand square feet, with 22 rooms, the Bellamy lives up to it's mansion billing. The grand home built in the mid-1800's tells a story with a few surprises. WWAY's Chris Phillips learns more as he explores building history in downtown Wilmington.
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A whale skull fossil found in Lake Waccamaw four years ago is now on exhibit. Scientists estimate the fossil is 2.75 million years old. They also say they may have discovered an entirely new species. Full story...
Submitted by Chris Phillips on Wed, 08/01/2012 - 4:51pm.READ MORE:
Built in 1875 and '76, the Wilmington's Temple of Israel is the oldest temple in North Carolina and home to the state's oldest Jewish congregation. Full story...
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A community once rich with history is now struggling to figure out its future. One group says it wants the Seabreeze community near Snow's Cut to move forward with new homes. The other says back off and leave Seabreeze the way it is. Full story...
Submitted by Cacky Catlett on Fri, 07/13/2012 - 8:00pm.READ MORE:
Many of us have only read about it in history books, but one Wilmington man actually lived in Germany while Hitler was in power. Fortunately, Alfred Schnog fled before the Holocaust. Full story...
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On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia officially adopted the edited and final version of the Declaration of Independence. For most of us, the annual celebration of this momentous day in American and world history is about fun, food and fireworks. But it's worth taking some time to see what our Founding Fathers put their names to. Full story...
Submitted by Marissa Jasek on Wed, 06/27/2012 - 7:49pm.READ MORE:
Decades after Montford Point at Camp Lejeune closed its doors, hundreds of black Marines who trained there received a major recognition Wednesday. After more than 60 years, about 400 Marines were honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in Washington, DC, and a handful of those are from right here in the Port City. Full story...