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Saturday, December 5, 2020

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Columbus County residents voice mixed opinions on mask-wearing guidelines

As COVID-19 cases rise in Columbus County, health experts are saying it is mostly due to community spread.

Columbus County sees spike in COVID-19 cases

Columbus County is seeing a rise in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.

Local nursing home spreads Christmas cheer

In Lake Waccamaw, Premier Living staff have made it their mission to get residents into the holiday spirit.

Brunswick County residents left out in the cold by local propane supplier

Some homeowners in Brunswick County say they've been left out in the cold by a propane company in Supply, with no way to keep warm, and no answers.

Small business owners ask for support beyond Small Business Saturday

Local business owners are counting on community support today just as much as yesterday's Small Business Saturday.

Locals travel home amid pandemic after Thanksgiving week

Thanksgiving has come and gone. And on Sunday, many relatives will make their way back home, wherever that may be.

Locals hold Riverfront Holiday Market

"Cool Wilmington" is hosting the Riverfront Farmers and Artisan Holiday Market at 721 Surry Street each Saturday through December 19, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Local art organizations awarded $275,000

This week, the Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County awarded $275,000 to local artists and organizations.

Volunteers cook up love at the Hemenway Center

Volunteers were up at four in the morning Thursday, cooking for others.

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