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The “Visiting Year”: A College Student’s Alternative Option During COVID-19

With COVID-19 related safety and financial concerns on the minds of many parents and college students, the idea of heading off to a four-year...

HKJ Construction – Covid Effect

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected business the world over and the construction industry is certainly no exception. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh mandated that all regular construction...

Abba First Mortgage

As with any company, it really comes down to the people. The people you deal with are the face of the company. The founders,...

Increased Renter Pool is Driving Multi-Family Construction

HKJ Construction is seeing a surge in apartment and multi-family construction, driven by an unlikely contributor, student debt. “It’s true”, says Scott Niebauer, director of...

HKJ Construction

At HKJ Construction we understand that in order to build something from the ground up, a solid foundation must be present. We know that...

Antiques used in movie industry

With a major motion picture filming in our area and a new drama set to appear on Hulu, the spotlight is once again shining on Wilmington's film industry.

Community expo and health screening

Leland residents learned how to get involved in the community, as well as take advantage of free health screenings, during the third annual Community Expo.

Union Elementary School earns national award

U.S. Secretary of Education Besty Devos had a special announcement for students at one Brunswick County Elementary School.

NHRMC launches new phone app

New Hanover Regional Medical Center is making your experience easier.

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Man dies in single vehicle accident on Highway 17

The accident occurred on Saturday, Apr. 10, around 1 p.m. roughly two miles south of Bolivia.

Sixth person shot in York County mass shooting dies at hospital

His family reported Friday that Shook was out of surgery and stable, but wasn’t out of the woods quite yet. Hours later, the coroner’s office released the news that Shook has lost his battle.

The Salvation Army holds spring fundraiser during the Azalea Festival

This is the second year the Salvation Army of the Cape Fear Women's Auxiliary is not holding its annual "Spring Fling", traditionally held during the Azalea Festival, and like last year, it's been canceled because of the pandemic.

NHRMC and Novant Health partner with Cape Fear Habitat to build their 11th home

Novant health and New Hanover Regional Medical Center partnering with Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity to sponsor a home for a local mother of two .