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Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Thu, 11/15/2012 - 5:33pm.READ MORE:
The campaign brought together the young and the old, Democrats and Republicans, and today on the steps of Wilmington City Hall, they came together one more time not to disband, but to announce themselves as the voice of Wilmington voters. Full story...
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Sat, 11/10/2012 - 12:53am.READ MORE:
After months of planning and debate, Wilmington's plan to build a ballpark struck out on Election Day. Voters may have avoided a tax increase, but they'll still foot the bill for the city's pursuit of a stadium. Full story...
Submitted by Marissa Jasek on Wed, 11/07/2012 - 2:08am.READ MORE:
After several months of campaigning both for and against building a ballpark in the Port City, results are in, and voters overwhelmingly said no. Seventy percent of Wilmington voters decided against the city building a $37 million ballpark. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Mon, 10/29/2012 - 5:10pm.READ MORE:
Thursday night WWAY NewsChannel 3 and WHQR-fm hosted the only live debate focused on the ballpark bond referendum. Mayor Bill Saffo and Councilman Kevin O'Grady represented the city and Vote Yes Ballpark. Businessmen Scott Harry and Jim Rafferty spoke on behalf of Vote No Ballpark Tax. Full story...
Submitted by Cacky Catlett on Thu, 10/25/2012 - 11:49pm.READ MORE:
WWAY and WHQR hosted the only baseball stadium debate Thursday night. Appropriately, with a big game comes fireworks, and the exchange was full of them. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Thu, 10/25/2012 - 8:22am.READ MORE:
WWAY NewsChannel 3 and WHQR-FM 91.3 will co-host Wilmington's only "OFFICIAL" baseball stadium debate featuring Mayor Bill Saffo and City Councilman Kevin O'Grady along with "Vote No Stadium Tax" spokesperson Scott Harry and Jim Rafferty, who is also with the group. The debate will be TONIGHT at 7 p.m. Full story...
Submitted by Cliff Pyron on Fri, 05/11/2012 - 5:13pm.READ MORE:
Baseball continues to be the talk of the Port City, especially how to pay for a proposed ballpark. Now some business owners have joined the push against taxpayer money for the stadium. The Privately Funded Baseball Alliance says no matter where the ballpark goes, the city does not need to pay for it. Full story...