The NC Department of Transportation (DOT) is traveling down a rough stretch of highway right now.
An employee for Whole Foods Market in Wilmington tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week.
Sadie, a 10-week-old chocolate lab, has spent the past two weeks sniffing out her new home at the U.S. Coast Guard Station Wrightsville Beach, where she assumed the role as the new station dog.
Wilmington’s Graysen Pinder is Food Network’s newest Kids Baking Champion after winning in the season finale episode Monday.
Actor and producer Mark Ruffalo will be in Wilmington for a screening of Dark Waters.
On Monday, Winston-Salem-based Taylor Development Group closed on a 15-acre property at the Pender Commerce Park, with plans for a $8 million speculative building.
French’s Burgers could permanently close, pending a future sale, now that owner Robert French is ready to move on from the long-time restaurant.
Age and recent hurricanes are prompting the city to spend $1.5 million fixing the Wilmington Convention Center, repairs that will occur “sporadically” throughout the year.
Privately owned PPD took another step toward becoming a publicly traded company Thursday when it filed with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to make an initial public offering of stock.