We now know when Wilmington's sewer repair project should be completed. The State and City approved a contract that outlines a plan to fix the troubled northeast interceptor. The special order of consent contract requires the City to finish repairs to the sewer system by June of next year. Otherwise, the state will impose a fine of $1,000 per day.
North Carolina's coast isn't what it used to be. The sound of seagulls competes with the grind of construction. Property values are soaring. The population is increasing and the water is rising about a tenth of an inch each year.
A Wilmington man is in jail this morning for trying to use counterfeit money in a downtown Wilmington bar. Police say 32-year-old Antonio Lentini tried to pay for a drink at the liquid room around 1:30 Sunday morning with a counterfeit $100 bill.
Why doesn't the bus go to the beach? WAVE Transit says it's the number one question it gets each year.
We now know who was behind the high-speed chase that ended in Wilmington Friday night.
The Cape Fear Model Railroad Club sponsored a free model train show Saturday at Airlie Gardens.