BY THE NUMBERS: FEMA gives more than $80M to Cape Fear storm victims

Since Hurricane Florence, residents across the Cape Fear has received more than $80 million of state and federal funding.
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UNCW to host 4th Annual Cape Fear Minority Enterprise Development Week

Starting a new business can be a rewarding adventure but the ultimate key to success is getting the right kind of business development support to help guide you through the tough times.
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Beach re-opened, curfew lifted in Surf City after Hurricane Florence

Hundreds of homeowners and business owners filled a town meeting in Surf City this morning to find out the future of their beach town.
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Town Council to re-evaluate food truck regulations in Surf City

The town of surf city wants to re-evaluate its ordinance on food trucks.
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Surging Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $1 billion

You now have the chance to become a billionaire.  The estimated annuity jackpot for Friday's Mega Millions drawing has just been raised to $1 billion.
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Wilmington Jewish Film Festival to premiere Holocaust film

The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival is partnering with United Jewish Appeal of Wilmington to present the North Carolina film premiere of "Who Will Write Our History."

FEMA trailers coming to eastern North Carolina

Travel trailers and manufactured housing units are being provided to eligible Hurricane Florence survivors in 10 North Carolina counties.
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Join WWAY for annual One-Day Blitz to help restock Salvation Army’s food pantry

How does a dozen free fresh Krispy Kreme glazed donuts sound? It's that time of year again for the WWAY One Day Blitz.
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Area FEMA disaster recovery centers to close Sundays

As areas return to some normalcy as recovery continues after Hurricane Florence came through our area, FEMA is cutting back on hours.

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