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Librarian uses drones to deliver books to kids

When schools, theaters, amusement parks and libraries around the country closed due to coronavirus, kids were left with few activities to keep them busy.

Staying at home? Here are 10 things you can use your Brunswick County library card for while social distancing

While several of us are staying home to better social distance during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, your Brunswick County Library team members want to remind all county library card members that even though the libraries are closed to the public, there are still a number of virtual services and resources they can use at this time with their card.

North Carolina woman transforms books into works of art

Hannah Price has discovered a way to take even the most boring book and make it interesting.

8-year-old eastern North Carolina girl releases second book

An 8-year-old girl from eastern North Carolina will release her second book Tuesday.

Hundreds of books sold at New Hanover County Library Beach Reads Sale

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Reading a book on the beach is a relaxing summer hobby but it can be a little pricey. That's why New...

FINAL CHAPTER: Myrtle Grove Library closes for last time

New Hanover County's Myrtle Grove Library Branch has closed its doors for the final time.

NC jail volunteer collects books from strangers to give to inmates

A Union County woman believes a good book can unlock opportunity.

Thousands of books donated to New Hanover County schools

New Hanover County Library is doing their part as area schools get back into the swing of the school year after Hurricane Florence.

Struggling Malawi school gets 1.4M books from Melania Trump

Melania Trump got a different view of educating children as she visited an African primary school Thursday that has benefited from U.S. assistance but struggles with an enrollment of more than 8,500 students.

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Pender County Schools: Two-hour delay for in-person and remote learners

Pender County Schools will start class on a two-hour delay Thursday, January 28, due to weather conditions.

Need for speed reduction: residents and city discuss Greenville Loop Road

Some residents are banding together though Facebook, saying they want to make Greenville Loop Road safer.

A new face on Pleasure Island: getting to know Police Chief Vic Ward

Police Chief Vic Ward calls New Hanover County his second home. He grew up in Wilmington and Whiteville before attending UNCW.

Area high school senior selected for Class of 2025 at West Point Academy

A Cape Fear area high school senior has been selected to the attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.