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Wilmington Mayor enjoys first ‘Brunch Bill’ Sunday

Today was the first official day the 'Brunch Bill' was in effect which meant many started their brunch plans two hours earlier this morning.

Wilmington restaurants celebrating Brunch Bill with Sunday drink specials

From $1 Mimosas to Bloody Mary bars, restaurants in the Port City are celebrating the Brunch Bill with special deals.

Oak Island approves ‘Brunch Bill’ at town council meeting

During Thursday night's town council meeting, Oak Island officials voted to pass the 'Brunch Bill', allowing Sunday alcohol sales as early as 10 a.m.

Carolina Beach joins the list of towns allowing alcohol earlier on Sundays

Carolina Beach is the second in New Hanover County to do so. Officials said the law is effective immediately. 

North Carolina city says ‘no’ to early Sunday alcohol sales

A North Carolina city has rejected the idea of early Sunday alcohol sales. Board of Aldermen in New Bern entertained a motion to adopt the measure during its meeting.

Wrightsville Beach approves 10 a.m. Sunday alcohol sales

The Wrightsville Beach Board of Alderman has approved an ordinance allowing restaurants to sell alcohol earlier on Sunday mornings.

Brunch could start earlier in New Hanover County

Brunch is a Sunday favorite for many and now customers can order mimosas or bloody marys a little earlier than they are used to.

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Veteran small business grants available; deadline Friday

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American Red Cross needs blood donations; offering chance at music festival VIP experience

All who come to give Aug. 1-15, 2021, will automatically be entered for a chance to win an exclusive, VIP trip for two to the sold-out 2021 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

“She was the glue to our family”: double homicide victim’s family still recovering

Family members are still grieving after a shooting Saturday morning claimed two lives, including Bri'yanna Williams.

Attorney General ‘optimistic’ New Hanover Co. will benefit from $26B opioid agreement

Attorney General Josh Stein paid a visit to the Port City on Tuesday, taking time to discuss some pressing issues.