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Battleship North Carolina reopens doors in phase two

Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington reopened its doors Tuesday with new procedures in place for its staff and visitors to ensure safety.

Myrtle Grove Christian School has graduation ceremonies outdoors

Schools across the Cape Fear have gotten creative with their ceremonies.

Paddle NC sees spike in customers as business resumes

Memorial Day weekend brought warm weather and three days off bringing people out of their home. It turned into a much needed spike in revenue for local water sport businesses.

NCHSAA extends dead period to June 15th, eyeing return of sports

High School athletes across the state of North Carolina have been out of sports for nearly two months now with the covid-19 outbreak. On Tuesday, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released information on when those athletes may get to resume activities.

Wilmington National Cemetery honors the fallen on Memorial Day

In honor of Memorial Day, the Wilmington National Cemetery honored those who fiercely fought for our country.

US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence departs from Wilmington for good

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence started a new journey Monday.

Boater safety looms large headed into Memorial Day weekend

The open water across the Cape Fear is expected to be packed this weekend for Memorial Day as boaters prepare for the unofficial start to summer.

Wilmington Cemetery honors the fallen for Memorial Day

Monday is Memorial Day, a time to honor Americans who have died in active military service.

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