Even though we're on the coast, and we talk a lot about rain here. We have deserts in our area, food deserts.
We've been talking about the anniversary of several hurricanes lately, and a year ago it was Hurricane Florence.
Yesterday marked the first anniversary of Hurricane Florence.
As fresh memories of hurricanes Dorian and Florence continue to linger, we can't forget the history of hurricanes that have already come.
If you were in the Wilmington area, you may have noticed several motorcycles jetting down Market Street.
The Surf City Town Council had a Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new municipal complex on highway 210, located directly beside the Publix Super Market at Arboretum.
The New Hanover Disaster Coalition had a block party on Castle Street, in downtown Wilmington, to commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Florence.
One Wilmington group is using its influence to restore what Hurricane Florence victims in the Outer Banks lost.
Saturday is the first anniversary of Hurricane Florence, making landfall in the Cape Fear. UNCW's "Wings Up For Wilmington" is organizing a day of service.