Law enforcement: Lil Wayne concert not a threat

Local law enforcement officials say a controversial concert scheduled at New Hanover High School this weekend is not a threat to public safety -- but some parents aren't convinced.

Leland residents tired of dirt pile

Residents in a Leland housing development say they're tired of looking at a big pile of dirt in their neighborhood. They say it's because the developers aren't following through with the original plan for the land.

Brunswick County residents use early voting

Brunswick County residents who won't be home for the November 6 election are taking advantage of early voting. About 150 people have already cast their ballots.

2007 Black Expo highlights African-American businesses

African-American businesses in the community will be highlighted Saturday in Wilmington. The 11th annual Black Expo will be held at Cape Fear Community College.

Festival-goers enjoying Oktoberfest

Many festival-goers came out to the sixth annual Oktoberfest celebration for very specific reasons.

Rapper Lil Wayne to perform at New Hanover High School

videoDespite concern among New Hanover County School Board members, rapper Lil Wayne will perform at New Hanover High School on Sunday.

UNCW business school makes Princeton Review’s ‘best’ list

UNCW's Cameron School of Business has made the Princeton Review's "best" list for the first time.

Some business owners worried about water restrictions

The average Wilmington resident uses 138 gallons of water a day. Because of the drought mandatory water restrictions are in place, but some business owners are worried about the effect. The fountains are dry, some hoses are off and the leaves show it. Mandatory water restrictions in Wilmington have garden center owners like Tom Ericson worried they'll lose business.

Historic building center of controversy in Burgaw

An 83-year-old building is the center of controversy in Pender County. The old jail has been owned by the Downtown Burgaw Association for eight years, but that may not be the case much longer.

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