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Friday, May 14, 2021


Wilmington’s Greek Festival ‘drive-thru’ festival returns for three days this week

For the second year in a row, Wilmington's Greek Festival will be a drive-through only event later this week but it promises to offer all your favorite Greek delicacies.

‘Free Enterprise’ TV show helps former inmates trying to start their own business

A new television show on WWAY ABC features inspiring stories of redemption through entrepreneurship. Free Enterprise shares the journey of formerly incarcerated individuals who dream of staring their own business.

Chapel Hill boy records newscasts every week during the pandemic

He uses his dad’s iPhone as his camera and an iPad is what he uses as a teleprompter.

Spring boat show to be held at Mayfaire

The Wilmington Spring Boat Show will take place in the parking lot at Mayfaire, on Saturday and Sunday.

7th Annual Wilmington Jewish Film Festival to present 7 feature films and 4 shorts

The 7th Annual Wilmington Jewish Film Festival kicks off this weekend featuring seven film programs.

Black bear sighting spike in North Carolina

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission said one reason is because the state’s residential footprint has grown and more people are moving closer into bear habitats.

Major training: Biden dog gets help adjusting to White House

The first lady's spokesperson says private training for the 3-year-old German shepherd will be “off-site” in the Washington area and last “a few weeks.”

Orphaned baby alpaca walks again with her own set of wheels

"As soon as she is able to carry weight on her third leg, she will get an artificial limb and join my boyfriend's alpaca herd to live a normal alpaca life."

Lion cubs growing stronger at Buffalo Zoo

While they don't have names yet, the zoo does know the genders, but hasn't released that information yet.

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Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office hosting career fair on Saturday

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is holding a career expo this weekend.

$9M settlement for 2 men wrongfully sent to death row

Lawyers representing two former North Carolina sheriff's deputies have agreed to a $9 million settlement with two half brothers who spent decades behind bars after being wrongfully convicted in the killing of an 11-year-old girl.

Videos show detail of death of inmate at South Carolina jail

In newly released video of the January death of a South Carolina inmate with a history of mental health issues, deputies are seen deploying stun guns repeatedly, kneeling on the man’s neck and back, before he stops moving.

Gov. Cooper lifts capacity & social distancing rules, and most mask mandates

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday announced that the state is completely lifting all mandatory capacity, gathering limits and social distancing requirements, effective immediately.