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Brunswick County Schools preparing to welcome back K-5 students

Students across the country are beginning to get back into the swing of learning and some children here in the Cape Fear will be back in the classroom full time next week. 

Brunswick County Schools announces COVID-19 dashboard

Brunswick County Schools has announced a dashboard that shows the specific impact of COVID-19 inside the district.

Brunswick schools to allow K-5 students to return for in-person learning

The Brunswick County school board has unanimously approved to opening all K-5 schools to 5 days of face to face instruction starting next month.

Students make partial return to classrooms in Brunswick County

Brunswick County welcomed back students for in-person learning on Monday.

Parents, school districts, others react to Gov. Cooper’s announcement on schools

Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday that elementary schools will have the option to open for full-time in person learning.

Brunswick County families call for in-person learning, school board keeps existing plan

Families met outside the rescheduled Brunswick County Board of Education meeting on Monday, holding signs and calling for students to return to classrooms when school starts next week.

Brunswick Co. Schools asks families to take bus transportation survey

Brunswick County Schools wants feedback about bus transportation for the upcoming school year with the district's modified reopening plans.

Parents urge Brunswick County Schools to reconsider reopening plans

The start of the school year is less than four weeks away, but some parents in Brunswick County are asking the school district to reconsider plans to start the year with remote learning.

3,500 students enroll in remote learning for Brunswick County Schools

According to Brunswick County Schools about 3,500 students have enrolled to participate in remote learning for a full semester this fall. 

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Ex-firefighter alleges discrimination, harassment in lawsuit

A female ex-firefighter is suing a North Carolina fire department, saying the fire chief deprived her of her duty and inflicted severe mental and emotional distress.

North Carolina deputy shot; suspect in custody

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Holiday Cooking with Chef Neff: Leftover turkey and collard soup

Once you're tired of turkey sandwiches and casseroles, what's left to do with the Thanksgiving leftovers? Chef Dean Neff of Wilmington's Seabird restaurant recently met with WWAY's Donna Gregory to demonstrate a cool way to make a hot soup.