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Ashley’s Adventures: Wilmington Ice House

Offering opportunities to skate and play hockey, The Wilmington Ice House is open all year round.

Ashley’s Adventures: Duplin Winery

You can tour Duplin Winery’s original Rose Hill location and second location in North Myrtle Beach.

Ashley’s Adventures: DefyGravity

You don’t need to go to outer space or Oz to defy gravity.

Ashley’s Adventures: Ingram Planetarium

It’s Sunset Beach’s hidden gem: the Ingram Planetarium.

Ashley’s Adventures: USS North Carolina Battleship

The USS North Carolina Battleship is nearly two city blocks long and 15 stories high.

Ashley’s Adventures: Oakdale Cemetery

In Oakdale you’ll find senators, congressmen, yellow fever victims, and soldiers from nearly every conflict America has ever seen.

Ashley’s Adventures: Maze Craze

Maze Craze is an 11-acre corn field with 5 miles of trail to navigate, making it the largest maze in the Eastern United States.

Ashley’s Adventures: Museum of the Bizarre

Open for just over a year, the Museum of the Bizarre features rare, one of a kind items, you won’t see anywhere else.

Ashley’s Adventures: Ghost Walk of Old Wilmington

October is full of frightening fun, and so is Ashley’s Adventures.

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NHCS: Threatening social media post prompted lockdown at three schools

Anderson Elementary, Murray Middle, and Ashley High schools were placed under a brief lockdown Friday morning.

New Hanover County reports record-high COVID-19 deaths in the past week

New Hanover County Public Health officials reported 37 deaths from COVID-19 over the past week, bringing the total number of county residents who have died from COVID-19 to 250.