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Police investigating after attempted arson at Wilmington pool hall

Police are investigating after an attempted arson at a pool hall in Wilmington.

Wilmington teens compete at national championships in billiards

Two local high schoolers talk about what it was like competing at a national competition in billiards.

Local 15-year-old takes home national title in billiards

A local high school student win national title at billiards this past weekend.

Are you ready for some foosball?

The North Carolina Open Foosball Championship began Friday at Break Time Billiards in Wilmington.

Longest running state foosball championship in Wilmington this weekend

The longest running state foosball championship in the nation is happening right here in Wilmington. It is the 40th annual tournament, and people have traveled from all over the nation for it.

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CFCC Kicks Off ‘Countdown to College’ Application Nights

In recognition of College Application Week across North Carolina, Cape Fear Community College is launching a series of College Application Nights this week at the College’s Wilmington, Castle Hayne, Burgaw and Surf City locations.

Man arrested, charged in downtown Wilmington multi-car pileup

Wilmington Police have arrested and charged Thaddeus Hakeem Boney, 30, of Wilmington in a multi-car crash that happened in downtown Wilmington on October 8.

EPA unveils strategy to regulate toxic ‘forever chemicals’

The Biden administration is launching a broad strategy to regulate toxic industrial compounds associated with serious health conditions that are used in products ranging from cookware to carpets and firefighting foams.

Woman facing attempted arson charges in incident at Smithfield Foods in Bladen County

A Lumberton woman is facing several charges stemming from an incident at the Smithfield Foods plant in Tar Heel. According to the Bladen County Sheriff's Office, Latasha Rena Bittle, 26, allegedly threw a plastic jug with accelerants onto a break area canopy on October 12.