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Former Honda dealership property on S. College Rd. up for sale

Could new development be coming on South College Road in Wilmington? The location of the former Stevenson Hendrick Honda dealership is now up for sale.

Yellow Dog Discs celebrates 20th year of business on “Record Store Day”

Saturday was Record Store Day, featuring dozens of new releases at record stores across the country. 

Loggerhead Golf Co. adds a SAM Puttlab, designed to improve your golfing experience

If you've ever wanted to improve your golf game, you may now be in luck. 

Maze Craze at Galloway Farms uses new contactless system

It's about that time of year where everyone's trying to get that fall fix, be it with a spooky movie, a pumpkin patch, or maybe a corn maze. And at Galloway Farms, people come from miles away to get their fix at Maze Craze.

Trump and Biden demonstrations get heated

Opponents clashed this weekend as two separate demonstrations took place on the corners of Eastwood and Military Cutoff Road.

Man shot in Wilmington Saturday night

The man was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center and has since been released. 

Battleship hosts night-long ghost hunt

This weekend, paranormal investigators met at the North Carolina Battleship for celebrate National Ghost Hunting Day.

Multiple injuries in traffic accident in Southport

The accident happened on Long Beach Road near Faith Boulevard. Fire and EMS are treating those injured.

Swimmer drowns in Surf City

Advanced life support was administered from Pender EMS and Fire and the Surf City Fire Department, but the victim did not survive.

PCSO warns of phone scam asking for Social Security numbers

The caller claims that they need the person's Social Security number to verify registration information.

Man arrested for assault inflicting serious injury by strangulation

He was wanted for assault on a female and assault inflicting serious injury by strangulation.

Don’t panic: Columbus Co. haunted attraction gets ready to open COVID-style

Some Halloween celebrations have been cancelled due to the pandemic this year, but one haunted attraction in the Cape Fear is making things work this spooky season.

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Brunswick County Schools preparing to welcome back K-5 students

Students across the country are beginning to get back into the swing of learning and some children here in the Cape Fear will be back in the classroom full time next week. 

BCSO: Issue may affect calling 911, call 910-253-7490 instead

According to an alert from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, they are experiencing widespread issues that may affect calling 911.

Harris to voters: Don’t give up as Trump rushes court pick

Kamala Harris is urging voters not to be discouraged by Republican efforts to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election.

Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

The lone Kentucky detective charged in connection with the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor has pleaded not guilty.