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Duke Energy offers tips on how to beat the heat without breaking the bank

The heat is rising but that doesn't mean your energy bill has to do the same.

Gov. Cooper announces vaccine requirements for state employees

Governor Roy Cooper has announced new vaccine requirements for state government cabinet agencies.

Trillium Health Resources awarded Tailored Plan contract by NCDHHS

Tailored Plans are responsible for managing the state’s non-Medicaid behavioral health, developmental disabilities and TBI services for uninsured and underinsured recipients.

NEW DETAILS: Car crash damaged tombstones in Bladen County, not vandalism

The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in identifying the person or persons responsible for the damage to tombstones in the Council area of the county on Sunday night.

Ironclad Brewery, K Starr Coaching hosts workshop to #getwilmingtonbacktowork

A workshop held July 21 in Ironclad Brewery in Wilmington aimed to help business owners get and keep their good employees. 

Bladen County Sheriff’s Office warns of scam calls

The caller had specific information about the victim such as name, date of birth, and social security number which seemed to make this legitimate.

USDA announces pandemic assistance for timber harvesters and haulers

Payments will be based on the applicant’s gross revenue received from Jan. 1, 2019, through Dec. 1, 2019, minus gross revenue received from Jan. 1, 2020, through Dec. 1, 2020, multiplied by 80%.

Leland wealth advisor talks stock market drop, COVID-19

The stock market took a hit on Monday, with some experts blaming a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.

Arrest made in food stamp fraud case

The illegal use of food stamp charges stems from Burney allowing others to use her food stamp EBT card from April 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021, totaling $1,499.01.

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UNCW men’s and women’s soccer schedules released

Both teams' schedules have been released as of Thursday.

Habitual felon sentenced to up to 4.5 years in prison

Evidence was presented by the State that Jones had committed a similar breaking and entering into a storage building in January of 2018 on Virginia Avenue.

Dept. of Insurance fines Humana $630,000

Humana has accepted the voluntary settlement agreement without admitting any liability or violation of any federal or state laws, regulations or rules.

Interior Department announces next steps for proposed offshore wind energy project

This project, if approved, would be the first to operate off North Carolina's shore and has the potential to provide considerable economic benefits to the region during construction and throughout the project's lifetime.