Four People Hospitalized After Rollover Crash

The intersection of South College and Carolina Beach road was closed earlier tonight but has since reopened after a rollover crash that sent four people to the hospital.

Ability Garden offers therapeutic gardening for under-served individuals

Research shows gardening is a therapeutic activity. The New Hanover County's Arboretum Ability Garden is trying to empower the under-served in the green space.
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Black History: Month The History Behind Sea Breeze

Amanda Fitzpatrick sat down with Barbara Dinkins from Sea Breeze to talk about the impact it has had on the community.
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‘I’ve done my job as a mother’: Families with children battling addiction come together

For families who have a child struggling with an addiction, it is full of ups and downs. Mothers and fathers came together Friday night to give each other some support.
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Feast Down East is re-shaping food insecurity

Neighborhoods where residents don't always have access or money for healthy foods are known as food insecure neighborhoods. They're found across the state and our area but, health food advocates are trying to change that.
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WWAY Health Fair preview: Importance of having a primary care physician

The WWAY Health Fair sponsored by New Hanover Regional Medical Center is just a week away. Do you know the importance of having a family care provider?
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North Carolina lawmaker files bill to reinstate film tax credit program

Senator Harper Peterson has sponsored a bill in the General Assembly to reboot the state's film tax credit program.

Sewer work may cause lane closures on Wooster, South College roads

Drivers may experience temporary lane closures on portions of Wooster Street and South College Road starting Monday as Cape Fear Public Utility Authority conducts inspections and maintenance on sanitary sewer mains.
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EPA hits Chemours for not notifying on new compounds

A chemical maker's North Carolina plant may have broken federal law by failing to notify the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency before it started manufacturing and repurposing new industrial compounds, the agency said this week.

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