North Carolina State Ports Authority weathering economic storm

Despite tough economic times, North Carolina State Ports Authority leaders say they are doing well.

Local high school students helping out cancer patients

High school senior projects might usually consist of a bake sale or clothing drive. But Brittney Hudson of Hoggard High has different plans; she decided to make wigs for cancer patients.

Early risers at the Sweet and Savory Cafe and Bake Shop

videoNothing beats the smell of fresh baked breads, pastries, desserts and other sweets. Hours before Sweet and Savory Café and Bake Shop opens, three bakers are busy getting ready for the day.

Wilmington security firm owner indicted on pornography charges

Joe Guarascio, the owner of a private security firm, has been indicted on several child pornography charges.

Gas prices have drivers feeling less pain

videoDrivers are feeling a little less pain at the pump than they did earlier this year. AAA said gas prices are at a three-and-a-half-year low.

Thirty-six apply for Wilmington City Council seat

Thirty-six people applied for Jason Thompson's Wilmington City Council seat.

Wilmington man finds dream job

videoA couple of weeks ago News Channel 3 reported that national unemployment numbers were at a 15 year high, and locally we were seeing a similar trend. We met one Wilmington man who had recently lost his job and was searching for another.

Brigade Boys and Girls Club hires a new director

Jeffery Green is currently the Transylvania County Boys and Girls Club Executive Director. He will be Wilmington's Director starting December 1, 2008.

Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Team wins national award

Beach-goers in our area can feel secure that we have some of the best lifeguards around. In fact, the Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Team has a national award that says so.

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