Wilmington City Council took steps Tuesday night to find long-term solutions to crime and gang violence.
Wilmington's first ever gun buy-back effort took nearly 70 weapons off the street this weekend, but where do the guns go now?
If you didn't line up early, you didn't get a shot at cash for guns this weekend in Wilmington.
Organizers scheduled the Proutey-Greene Gun Buyback effort from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, but the money was gone shortly after the event kicked off at all three locations.
Three Wilmington pastors have agreed to offer their churches as location sites for the Proutey-Greene Gun Buy Back effort scheduled for Saturday, August 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A non-profit group is trying to cut down on gun violence in the area by buying back guns next month.
The effort is hosted by LINC Incorporated, a local non-profit agency whose goal is to educate and motivate youth to make positive life choices.
A diverse group of people began raking, digging, and clearing land this weekend for the urban farm project. Experienced members of Crop Mob had no problem lending a helping farm hand.