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Boat dealers struggle to keep up with demand as sales rise during pandemic

A Wilmington boat dealer says they are struggling to keep up with the growing demand since the coronavirus pandemic began. 

GameStop to sell 3.5M shares after stock frenzy boosts price

Two months after a market phenomenon took shares of GameStop to the moon, the video game retailer says that it will sell up to 3.5 million of its shares.

Azalea Festival announces 2021 Pin Pals deals and discounts

The North Carolina Azalea Festival says you can save big with a 2021 Pin Pals Pin.

NC jobless rate falls in February for 5th straight month

North Carolina’s unemployment rate fell for the fifth consecutive month in February.

Krispy Kreme giving away free donuts if you get a COVID-19 vaccine

Krispy Kreme is offering a sweet treat for anyone with proof of vaccination.

Google announces North Carolina cloud engineering hub

Google has announced plans to create a hub in Durham for hundreds of engineers to work on its Google Cloud products.

North Carolina company decides to retain headquarters

A company which has been a fixture in central North Carolina for years has decided to stay at its current location and keep the 650 jobs at the site.

NC unemployment rate falls to 5.9%; pandemic peak now higher

North Carolina’s unemployment rate fell below 6% during January.

Netflix tests out a possible password-sharing crackdown

Netflix is testing a way to crack down on password sharing.

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Pet Pals: Black and white domestic short hair cat is looking for a new home

This week’s Pet Pal is a black and white domestic short hair cat named Shadow.

Sailing from ENC to Europe, the new adventure starts this summer

Sam Holmes is setting sail across the Atlantic Ocean and he is launching from Oriental

Timely hitting leads Pender softball past rival Heide Trask

The Pender High School softball team battled back not once, but twice on Monday night to take down rival Heide Trask, 3-2. 

Four Cape Fear area football teams punch their ticket to the state playoffs

The high school football regular season is in the books as focus across the area shifts to the NCHSAA State Playoffs. Four Cape Fear area teams will have an opportunity to bring home the title in 2021.