McCain to visit Port City Monday

The North Carolina Republican Party said Sen. John McCain will bring his presidential campaign to Wilmington Monday. McCain will hold a town hall meeting at Cape Fear Community College's Schwartz Center.

Navassa marine follow up

videoWith the economy taking some pretty hard hits lately, many are wondering what to do next. That is especially true for the 270 employees of US marine in Navassa, who just found out they are being laid off.

Ron Hewett to enter plea Monday

A week after learning his sentence on federal charges, former Brunswick County Sheriff, Ron Hewett, will be back in court.

Financial crisis for Southeastern Center for Mental Health

videoThursday, we told you that nearly 100 local mental health agencies are suffering from the trickle-down affect from the Southeastern Center for Mental Health financial crisis. For developmentally disabled clients, like Lynetta Richardson, the service cutbacks Southeastern Mental Health has had to make, are effecting her in ways she never imagined.

One-Stop voting still an option

Today was the last day to register to vote for the general election November 4th. If you missed the 5:00 p.m. deadline, there is another option.

Wilmington designer debuts new fashion line

A Wilmington fashion designer will debut a new collection this weekend and is inviting the public to attend.

Downtown Wilmington concerns proposed to city council

You may have seen the crowds that leave the downtown Wilmington bars on the weekends. At times, thousands of people are roaming the streets between 11:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous said fifty percent of his police force is downtown controlling those crowds on the weekends.

NAMI walk Saturday, October 11th

Saturday, people will use their feet to bring awareness to mental illness. The Sixth Annual Walk for the National Alliance for Mental Health will start at 10:00 a.m. at Hugh MacRae Park. The Wilmington chapter is hosting the walk.

Local Electronics Recycling Event

Sony Electronics and Waste Management invite the public to drop off their outdated electronics for free recycling Saturday.

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