Motorcycle riders from up and down the east coast rolled into Oak Island with a something special for residents and visitors.
The goal was the best birthday ever: help a veteran celebrate his 100th year. The result was nothing short of spectacular. A simple request from a friend led to thousands of gifts from strangers.
This afternoon, Judicial Officials from five counties in our area announced a regional amnesty day for Veterans and their spouses.
A Wilmington native will compete as the North Carolina representative for the Ms. Veteran America title this weekend.
Wilmington native and Hampstead resident Kimberly King served actively on the coast guard for more than 10 years.
Family and friends paid final respects today to a distinguished World War II veteran. Morton Salk of Wilmington died Saturday. He was 93.
The son of Russian immigrants, Morton Salk proudly entered the Air Force. During World War II, he was there on the frontlines as a bombardier, but it was by chance that he wound up on a mission to bomb an airfield in Hankow, China, which was already taken over by the Japanese.