US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence departs from Wilmington for good

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence started a new journey Monday.

Boater safety looms large headed into Memorial Day weekend

The open water across the Cape Fear is expected to be packed this weekend for Memorial Day as boaters prepare for the unofficial start to summer.

Wilmington Cemetery honors the fallen for Memorial Day

Monday is Memorial Day, a time to honor Americans who have died in active military service.

Myrtle Grove Christian School surprises teacher with special award dedication to education

A local school ended its year with a special presentation to a beloved third grade teacher.

Bitty & Beau’s owner shares about White House visit, re-opening Saturday

The coffee shop known as the happiest place in Wilmington is getting ready to re-open after being closed for two months during the coronavirus pandemic.

Local educator, youth advocate Dorothy DeShields loses battle to breast cancer

Wednesday, Educator Dorothy DeShields loss her ten year battle to breast cancer.

Barbershops and salons prepare to reopen for phase two

There are many businesses that will open Friday after 5 p.m.

Brunswick Community College honors their graduates at regalia pickup

It may not have been the announcement they were hoping for, but spring graduates at Brunswick Community College got some much deserved recognition Thursday. The Class of 2020 was honored by faculty and staff as they picking up their graduation regalia.

Hospitality industry leaders have follow-up meeting on how business is doing

At Pleasure Island, short-term vacation rentals are back in business, and owners have been trying to get their companies going again.

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