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Over the weekend, folks came out to Robert Strange Park in Wilmington to celebrate Juneteenth, which marks the official end of slavery in the U.S.
When a grocery store in Wilmington burned down in the beginning of May, it left a void for those in the Greenfield neighborhood who relied on it. Over the weekend, Support the Port and Nourish NC got together to hold a pop-up farmers market for those affected.
Those looking for a cheap and quick way to wash their dogs are in luck. A do-it-yourself dog wash manufacturer has opened for business in Wilmington.
Four horses are currently up for adoption in Pender County and it's more common in North Carolina than you would think.
For the second time this week, Wilmington (6-12) was not only out hit, but also shut down by Holly Springs (7-13). In two games this week, the Salamanders have scored 19 runs on 30 hits against the Sharks. Meanwhile, Wilmington has mustered just three runs on 10 hits.
Flight 22 welcomed in their second ever hall of fame class this evening in Downtown Wilmington, a group featuring college stars, NFL athletes and even a former WWAY employee.
A 20-year career as a Catholic priest in North Carolina is coming to an end for Father Bob Kus, but his mission is not over.