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It was serious business at Innes Park Saturday afternoon as hundreds of people joined the millions across the world, all gathering for one common purpose, equal rights.
A series of events lead into the national holiday for Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Jr.
More than a dozen gang members, 11 guns, and several bags of heroin are off the streets after a major drug investigation in New Hanover County.
This year's MLK Parade will be held Monday in downtown Wilmington.
Controversy sparked after a resident asked Board of Elections members to include the Pledge of Allegiance in meetings.
Edgewood Elementary School has been awarded a $1,500 grant to create an interactive sensory path.
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher will offer half-price general admission with the donation of a canned or nonperishable, non-expired food item to guests on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.