Wilmington Mayor Saffo talks ongoing opioid lawsuit

Last week, Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo and city attorney John Joye along with County Commissioner Woody White, traveled to Cleveland, Ohio to discuss an ongoing lawsuit focused on the opioid epidemic in our community.

‘Complete surprise’: Local leaders react to county’s vote to end agreement with WAVE

If you take public transportation, there could be some changes coming your way.

Cooper creates advisory council to grow NC film industry

On Tuesday, Governor Roy Cooper announced the creation of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Film, Television and Digital Streaming in effort to continue growing North Carolina’s film industry.

Wilmington grandmother wins $350,000 lottery prize

A Wilmington grandmother won big during an lottery live event Tuesday.

Williamson returning to Wilmington with Russell Crowe horror film

After teasing the possibility on social media last month, Kevin Williamson, the creator of the locally shot television series “Dawson’s Creek,” is officially making his return to Wilmington with a horror movie starring Oscar winner Russell Crowe.

Empty shelves at Salvation Army Food Pantry need your donations

The Salvation Army's food pantry is pretty much empty, which makes the annual WWAY One Day Blitz necessary to help feed families across the Cape Fear. 

Multiple great white sharks ‘ping’ off Carolinas

Multiple great white sharks have pinged off the coast of the Carolinas in less than two weeks. 

Landfall Tradition Golf Tournament raises money for scholarships and golf programs

For 18 years, the Landfall Tradition Golf Tournament has raised over a quarter of a million dollars for scholarships and golf programs.

Police search for hit-and-run driver that caused rollover crash

Wilmington police are searching for a driver that caused a rollover crash and then took off Monday evening.

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