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Myrtle Beach is having a craft beer boom

Years behind other cities around the country and the state, Myrtle Beach is catching up on the craft beer scene.

Barrier island in Pender County to remain undeveloped

The North Carolina Coastal Land Trust has purchased Hutaff Island, the last privately-owned undeveloped barrier island in North Carolina.

Swimming advisory issued in Oak Island after floodwater pumped into ocean

Surfers and swimmers should avoid the ocean near Crowell Street in Oak Island because of floodwater being pumped in the surf.

Rotary Clubs of Wilmington asking the community to respond to blood supply shortage

The blood drive will be at Independence Mall in the JCPenney wing from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

“She was the glue to our family”: double homicide victim’s family still recovering

Family members are still grieving after a shooting Saturday morning claimed two lives, including Bri'yanna Williams.

Attorney General ‘optimistic’ New Hanover Co. will benefit from $26B opioid agreement

Attorney General Josh Stein paid a visit to the Port City on Tuesday, taking time to discuss some pressing issues.

OIB Sea Turtle Protection on the lookout after nests repeatedly damaged

Ocean Isle Beach Sea Turtle Protection Organization volunteers are on the lookout after several sea turtle nests have been repeatedly damaged.

Shallotte man drowns early Tuesday morning at Columbus County campground

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office was dispatched early this morning in response to a missing camper at the Lumber River Campground in Evergreen. 

Funds Available to Students Who Enroll this Fall at CFCC

Cape Fear Community College will distribute federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Funding (HEERF) to many students enrolled in classes this fall at CFCC.

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UNCW men’s and women’s soccer schedules released

Both teams' schedules have been released as of Thursday.

Habitual felon sentenced to up to 4.5 years in prison

Evidence was presented by the State that Jones had committed a similar breaking and entering into a storage building in January of 2018 on Virginia Avenue.

Dept. of Insurance fines Humana $630,000

Humana has accepted the voluntary settlement agreement without admitting any liability or violation of any federal or state laws, regulations or rules.

Interior Department announces next steps for proposed offshore wind energy project

This project, if approved, would be the first to operate off North Carolina's shore and has the potential to provide considerable economic benefits to the region during construction and throughout the project's lifetime.