‘Swamp Thing’ to shut down production early

The locally filmed television series “Swamp Thing” has found itself bogged down by some unexpected news.

Cast, crew get 1st look at ‘Bolden,’ film about jazz pioneer

Cast and crew members are among the first to see the musical biopic "Bolden," which first started filming in 2007 in the Wilmington area.

From theatre to musicals, the Cape Fear offers numerous weekend entertainment options

From music acts to live theater, there are lots of events happening in the Cape Fear for you to enjoy the weekend.

Wilmington police look to boost presence around booming Mayfaire

The rapid pace of development in Wilmington could spur the city’s police department to seek 34 new officers by 2025, including 14 to start a new division in the city’s booming Eastwood Road corridor, Chief Ralph Evangelous told Wilmington City Council last week.

Wilmington-area gators, fish show high levels of contaminants

Alligators and striped bass in the Wilmington area have levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) many times higher than their counterparts elsewhere in the state.

UNCW professor Phil Furia, chronicler of ‘Great American Songbook,’ dies

Memorial services are planned later this year for Phil Furia, a UNCW professor who turned a passion for popular song into a shelf of books and a radio series.

Wilmington actors share screen time with stars in Netflix’s ‘The Highwaymen’

Netflix is making a big push for its film “The Highwaymen,” which stars Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson as 1934 lawmen hunting down the notorious robbers and killers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.

Hurricane Florence wreaked havoc on historical markers

Six months after Hurricane Florence blew through the region, a possible victim of the storm’s wrath is missing.

Driving on flooded roads could soon cost you in Carolina Beach

Ignoring warnings to drive through flooded roads in Carolina Beach could soon result in a ticket, just like other traffic offenses.

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