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Leland announces Movies in the Park dates

Break out your light sabers and Princess Leia buns – the Town of Leland will host a “May the Fourth Be with You” celebration in honor of the unofficial Star Wars holiday with a special screening of “The Last Jedi” on Saturday.

The circus is headed to Elizabethtown

The circus is coming to town! The Lewis and Clark Circus will be at Lu Mil Vineyard in Elizabethtown Thursday evening.

Pine Valley Library to open shortly after Myrtle Grove location closure

The Myrtle Grove Library in New Hanover County will be closing soon to make way for a new branch.

Must-try Easter dessert recipes featuring beloved holiday candy

Easter is the time of year when candy and sweets get thrust into the culinary spotlight -- for adults and children alike.

From theatre to musicals, the Cape Fear offers numerous weekend entertainment options

From music acts to live theater, there are lots of events happening in the Cape Fear for you to enjoy the weekend.

Wilson Center announces 2019-20 PNC Broadway Series

The Wilson Center has announced the PNC Broadway Series for the 2019-2020 season.

NEW LOCATION: Bitty & Beau’s announces where they are headed to next

It’s been called “the happiest place in Wilmington” and the official coffee of the Rachael Ray show. Now, even more people will be able to enjoy the smiles and dance parties at Bitty & Beau’s Coffee.

Wilmington ranked among top cities for foodies

Two North Carolina cities are among the top in the nation for foodies, according to the home rental app "Zumper."

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Motorcycle stunt performer and gun shop owner says school district canceled shows over insurance

A man who performs motorcycle stunt shows at New Hanover County Schools said he was told he can no longer do so without a high cost insurance policy.

Report of shots fired at Long Leaf Park during little league games

New Hanover County dispatch confirms there was a report of shots fired at Longleaf Park in Wilmington around 7:03 p.m. Wednesday evening.

Scammers use child’s voice recording to portray kidnapping

Last year, the FBI recorded more than half a million imposter phone scams, taking more than a million dollars. Callers most commonly pretend to be police officers, IRS agents, and now potential kidnappers.

United Way raising money for childhood education programs

The United Way is investing in the community.