Brunswick County Commission passes Second Amendment sanctuary resolution

Several counties across North Carolina have recently taken steps to protect gun rights, and Brunswick County followed suit Monday night, passing a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution.

County approves $358K for NHCS in wake of scandal involving teacher

New Hanover County commissioners unanimously approved giving the school district hundreds of thousands of dollars in the wake of the latest school scandal involving a teacher.

First public housing complex to open in Wilmington since 2004

Affordable housing has been a growing issue for the City of Wilmington for years. On Monday, the city welcomed its newest addition to the public housing community.

CFPUA customer service offline this weekend, Monday

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s customer service and payment software will be temporarily offline starting at 5 p.m. Friday to allow staff to transition to our new billing system.

Wilmington Police release 2019 crime totals

Interim Police Chief Donny Williams presented the 2019 Year End Crime Review to members of the Wilmington City Council on Monday.

Happy Birthday! NBA legend Michael Jordan turns 57

Happy Birthday, Michael Jordan! He was born on February 17, 1963 in New York, but moved to Wilmington when he was a toddler.

Pender school staff takes part in active shooter drills

First responders in Pender County took part Monday morning in a special type of training to help them prepare for emergency situations like a school shooting.

Intermittent lane closures on Bethel Rd. in Brunswick County for two weeks

Starting Monday, there will be intermittent lane closures in Brunswick County.

Health officials: No cases of coronavirus in Wilmington

Local health officials are alerting the public to a "fake news article" claiming there are cases of coronavirus in the Wilmington area.

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