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Salvation Army of Cape Fear gets $250K donation for new community campus

The Salvation Army of Cape Fear is one step closer to unveiling its Center of Hope and Corps Community Center, a new campus with services for families and people across coastal North Carolina experiencing homelessness and other hardships.

Dollar General’s urban market concept coming to River Place

East West Partners announced Tuesday that they would be adding a DGX to the multi-use project River Place in downtown Wilmington.

Bank of America gifts $200K to house families struggling since Hurricane Florence

It's Giving Tuesday and Bank of America is writing a hefty check to Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity.

Wilmington nonprofit wins Bank of America ‘Neighborhood Champion’ grant

Some big money is on the way for the non-profit 'Kids Making It'.

Local corporate leaders help build homes with Habitat for Humanity

Community leaders took a break from the corporate ladder Friday to take out their hammers and climb up a different ladder.

Bank of America raising hourly minimum wage to $20

Bank of America plans to raise its starting pay to $20 an hour over a two-year period, the bank said Tuesday, starting with a hike next month.

3 financial institutions pledge $70M for low-income housing

Three financial institutions have pledged more than $70 million to fund low-income housing developments in a fast-growing North Carolina city.

North Carolina family returns $1M bank check sent by mistake

A North Carolina family was shocked after they received a check from Bank of America for the wrong amount -- just over $1 million.

Bank of America to stop lending to makers of ‘military-assault firearms’

Bank of America announced that they plan to stop lending money to businesses that make assault-style guns used for non-military purposes.

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Cher in Pakistan for resettlement of ‘loneliest elephant’

The elephant has lived in the zoo for 35 years, and lost his partner in 2012. He was diagnosed by veterinarians as both overweight and malnourished earlier this year, and also suffers behavioral issues.

Duke Energy warns of scams hitting customers

The company is reporting more than 25,000 customer scam attempts this year – the highest year on record.

Pope elevates 13 new cardinals then puts them in their place

Most removed their face coverings when they approached a maskless Francis to receive their red hats, but the first African-American to become a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church kept his on.

Family looks to recover after Thanksgiving home fire damage

The Puccis say that the horses are "okay" and were in a location separate from the fire.