After years of talk, downtown Wilmington could soon have a new way to enhance the area.
Some business leaders want to create what's called a municipal service district downtown.
The Wilmington City Council spoke with Wilmington Downtown Inc. about establishing a municipal service district.
This year, 29 non-profit organizations applied for one of 12 available dates. Because of this overwhelming demand, WDI is seeking help from the community to select the beneficiaries. To participate, people just need to "like" the Downtown Sundown Concert Series on Facebook and then select their favorite charity from the list. Voting ends at noon on Friday
The Downtown Lifestyle Tour is set for this Saturday, April 26 from 11am to 4pm. Ten cool homes will be open for the tour including the former residence of actor Dennis Hopper, a studio once operated by actress Linda Lavin, two above the shop apartments and two newly constructed homes. Better still, the weather will be fantastic.
Wilmington City Council approved a resolution to allow Wilmington Downtown Inc. to evaluate an Municipal Service District for the Downtown area.
Wilmington Downtown, Inc. (WDI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce Ed Wolverton as the new President and Chief Executive Officer. The search for the new WDI President and Chief Executive Officer was conducted nationwide with a total of 38 resumes received.
Friday will be the last day on the job for Wilmington Downtown Incorporated’s leaders, John Hinnant.
Hinnant became the Executive Director of WDI in June of 2006 and says he has loved serving the city.
Join us Friday for the FREE Downtown Sundown Concert Series. "The Breakfast Club," America's Favorite '80s Tribute Band, will headline from 8 to 10 p.m.
Wilmington Downtown Inc (WDI) hosted a tour called 'The Jane Jacobs Walk' through parts of Downtown Wilmington this weekend. The walk celebrated the life and legacy of Jane Jacobs, one of the world's most recognized thought leaders on city planning and city building.
The Dave Matthews Band Tribute Band will headline from 8 to 10 p.m. Opening act, American Patchwork starts at 6 p.m.
Half of the proceeds from wristband sales will benefit the Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC at Wilmington.