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World War II living history reenactors were on hand to perform daily duties and common drills while answering questions about what life was like on the ship and also on the homefront.
The Christmas spirit has already made it's way to the port city and on board the Battleship North Carolina.
A $1,500 grant from the Residents of Old Wilmington will help keep the American Flag on the Battleship lit every night.
Plantation Village honored the veterans among its residents with a special luncheon on the deck of the Battleship North Carolina. About 90 vets live at the senior living community in Porters Neck, 25 of which served during World War II.
The USCIS naturalized those 25 new Americans at a ceremony Monday morning. The festivities were part of Citizenship Day, where a US magistrate judge administered the Oath of Allegiance and welcomed the country's newest citizens.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District, has a new leader.
It's a novel, a play, a film and a TV series and now, "Mister Roberts" is coming to the USS North Carolina.
If you have visited the USS North Carolina Battleship recently you've probably noticed a lot of construction.
The Battleship North Carolina held their annual Memorial Day ceremony, to pay honor to those who died serving our country.