Governor vetoes teacher pay bills, seeks higher raises

North Carolina's governor has vetoed bills that increase teacher pay, saying the state can do better.

Local law enforcement get scruffy for good cause

Some area law enforcement agencies are ditching the razors this month to participate in "No Shave November".

Thousands expected to attend Southeast NC Veterans Day Parade in Wilmington

The 3rd Annual Southeast North Carolina Veterans Day Parade will be taking place this Saturday in downtown Wilmington.
Michael Stroud, Intracoastal Realty

Property values on the rise in the Cape Fear region

'The real estate market is looking very promising through the end of 2019 and into early next year. Interest rates are still low, inventory...

Salvation Army kicks off Christmas giving campaigns

'Tis the season for giving! Thousands of kids in our community need your help to have a Christmas of their dreams.

Things to know: Tuesday is municipal Election Day

Municipal elections will be held Tuesday in 92 North Carolina counties, where voters will choose mayors, other local elected officials and referendums.

It’s the last day for same-day registration voting

If you still need to vote or even register to vote, time is running out.

Annual breakfast celebrates Cape Fear philanthropic work by nonprofits, individuals

Celebrating and recognizing the accomplishments of local nonprofits is the primary purpose of the National Philanthropy Day Awards which will be held mid-November.

NC legislators pass bill to close sexual assault loopholes

North Carolina legislators have approved a wide-ranging sexual abuse bill that closes two loopholes involving assault brought about by years-old court decisions.

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