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Cape Fear Valley Hospital to lease Bladen County Hospital

Just a year ago it was in danger of closing its doors for good. But now the Bladen County Hospital is getting ready to expand its services.

Red Hat earnings rise 7 percent on surging revenue

Open source software distributor Red Hat Inc. says its fourth-quarter profit rose seven percent as increased sales and marketing expenses offset a jump in revenue.

PPD CEO donates $1 million to UNCW athletics

UNCW athletes have a million reasons why they should be grateful to the CEO of PPD.

Top 10 Consumer Complaints of 2007

Protecting yourself and your money during tough financial times -- that's the message from Attorney General Roy Cooper as he released the list of top ten consumer complaints of 2007.

Chamber of Commerce holds 141st annual meeting

It may have been its 141st annual meeting, but the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce was focused on the future Thursday.

You are where you work

Do you dread going to work every morning? Or do you head in with a spring in your step? How much you like your job has a lot to do with how well you actually do it.

Last minute Valentines Day shoppers keep local florists busy

Julia's Florist on Kerr Avenue in Wilmington had more than 200 walk-in customers this afternoon and delivered more than 450 orders.

Four new hotels planned for Brunswick County

Brunswick County may be giving Wilmington's hotel industry some competition, with four hotels on the way within the next year.

Port City Java ranks in top 50 franchises

Look out Starbucks, a local coffee franchise is offering some strong competition.

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Amazon to open 2 new delivery stations in North Carolina

Amazon says it will open two new delivery stations in the North Carolina cities of Raleigh and Garner.

In rare move, NC Republicans working toward second veto override attempt

The earliest the Senate could try to override the veto again would be Thursday.

EU regulator starts a review of Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine

According to a study published in the journal Lancet, Sputnik V was about 91% effective in preventing people from becoming severely ill with COVID-19.

Buckingham Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure

It said he is expected to remain in hospital for treatment, rest and recuperation for a number of days.