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Wilmington Planning Commission approves Starway Flea Market rezoning

A Carolina Beach Road landmark is one step closer to being demolished to make way for new housing.

Affordable housing committee meets with local builders and nonprofits

Wednesday, members of the Wilmington City Council and New Hanover County Board of Commissioners held an affordable housing meeting to address the growing need.

Volunteers renovate home to provide more affordable housing

Volunteers from the Cape Fear Community Land Trust spent the day gutting and renovating and old house.

Driftwood Apartments to continue providing affordable housing after recent sale

A Wilmington apartment complex once in danger of closing for good will get to continue providing affordable housing to the chronically homeless.

Commissioners approve affordable housing rezoning, new cell phone tower in Porters Neck

More affordable housing is on its way to New Hanover County, and cell phone service is about to improve for those in Porters Neck.

Planning Board approves affordable housing rezoning, proposal now goes to commissioners

An affordable housing development could soon be coming to New Hanover County after a rezoning request was approved Thursday night by the Planning Board.

Wilmington City Council: Downtown Alive continues, affordable housing project canceled

Wilmington City Council met Wednesday night and made decisions about a variety of issues, from the future of Downtown Alive to affordable housing.

Mayor Saffo: More affordable housing could soon be coming to the city

Some much-needed affordable housing could soon be coming to the City of Wilmington as a non-profit plans to buy an existing apartment complex for that purpose.

Wilmington woman buys fixer-upper to create affordable housing unit

Affordable housing is a growing problem around the country, Wilmington included. There is one woman, however, who is helping close the gap one project at a time.

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Interior Department announces next steps for proposed offshore wind energy project

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