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Pender County jury convicts man of habitual DWI

A Pender County jury has convicted a man of habitual DWI.

WPD suspends ‘cruise lights’ program after one month

Just one month after starting a new 'cruise light' pilot program among Wilmington police officers, the department has suspended it.

NEWS CONFERENCE TODAY: Gov. Cooper could ease COVID-19 restrictions as trends improve

Gov. Roy Cooper could ease COVID-19 restrictions as trends improve across North Carolina.

‘Teacher of the Week’ makes kindergarten fun despite new COVID-19 rules

The pandemic disrupted schools nearly a year ago and its been a challenging time for students especially younger kids who have had to do remote learning or socially distance themselves while at school with classmates.

Wilmington regional office and claim center closed due to potential COVID-19 exposure

No COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at the Wilmington office, but the lottery closed the office temporarily as a precaution.

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LATEST NEWS

New app unveiled to help with paid parking in North Topsail Beach

North Topsail Beach is unveiling a new app for beach visitors to use to pay for parking spots in the town.

Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery

Authorities say golf star Tiger Woods was seriously injured when his SUV crashed into a median and rolled over several times on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles.

WPD suspends ‘cruise lights’ program after one month

Just one month after starting a new 'cruise light' pilot program among Wilmington police officers, the department has suspended it.

NEWS CONFERENCE TODAY: Gov. Cooper could ease COVID-19 restrictions as trends improve

Gov. Roy Cooper could ease COVID-19 restrictions as trends improve across North Carolina.

CFPUA stops sewer overflow on Chestnut Street

CFPUA crews stopped a small sanitary sewer overflow Monday in the 1900 block of Chestnut Street.

‘Teacher of the Week’ makes kindergarten fun despite new COVID-19 rules

The pandemic disrupted schools nearly a year ago and its been a challenging time for students especially younger kids who have had to do remote learning or socially distance themselves while at school with classmates.

Easter weekend race to benefit Wilmington’s Thalian Association Community Theatre

Thalian Association Community Theatre (TACT) holds the inaugural Rabbit Run Sat., Apr. 3 at Mayfaire Town Center. Registration fees increase Mar. 1.

Lowe’s 4Q results surge as people plow money into homes

Lowe’s Cos. extended its strong sales streak through the holiday season as customers kept investing in their homes during the pandemic.

Wilmington chamber recongizes businessman Bob Rippy with lifetime achievement

Wilmington businessman Bob Rippy is set to be recognized by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce as 2021's Duke Energy Lifetime Achievement in Business Award winner.

North Carolina women’s school to add health-oriented majors

A North Carolina women's college says it is adding health-oriented majors to its curriculum beginning in the fall.