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Council to vote on mixed-use affordable housing complex at old WAVE Transit site

The push for affordable housing in Wilmington has been a work in progress for years, but more could be on its way.

Carolina Beach campground cited for maintenance and cleanliness violations now for sale

Earlier this month, the New Hanover County Environmental Health Department visited the Carolina Beach Family Campground.

Eden Village to bring affordable housing to homeless in Wilmington

Affordable housing for the chronically homeless population is on its way to the Cape Fear with the new Eden Village. The project is set to bring 32 tiny homes to Wilmington by 2021.

Tenants behind on rent in pandemic face harassment, eviction

The coronavirus pandemic has shut housing courts and prompted most states and federal authorities to initiate policies protecting renters from eviction.

New Hanover County conveys more than 14 acres of property for affordable housing

At its March 9 meeting, the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners authorized the conveyance of 14.36 acres of county-owned property at 3101 Castle Hayne Road to Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity for a workforce housing development.

Commission denies city’s request to waive dump fees, approves workforce housing project

The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners has denied a request from the City of Wilmington to dump contaminated soil at the county landfill free of charge.

Hospital sale, affordable housing, sex abuse in schools among topics at annual State of the County

New Hanover County leaders spoke about what's going well and what they're working on at the annual State of the County address Monday night.

REPORT: New York City secretly relocating homeless to NC

There’s no place like home for the holidays, but across the Triangle that’s becoming more of a dream than reality.

Council approves $27 million in bonds to rebuild Market North Apartments

Wilmington City Council has approved a resolution to let the Wilmington Housing Authority issue $27 million worth of bonds for the rebuild of the Market North Apartments.

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