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Fireworks return for the 4th of July at Camp Lejeune

Celebrating America’s birthday is a longstanding tradition aboard Camp Lejeune. The magic of the 4th of July fireworks return this year with the largest, most breathtaking display in its history.

WWII veteran dies weeks before her 105th birthday

A San Diego woman who is believed to have been the oldest female Marine west of the Mississippi passed away just three weeks before her 105th birthday.

USMC to conduct training exercise in Kure Beach this weekend

Military training will be conducted at the Fort Fisher National Guard Training Center in Kure Beach this weekend. 

Deploying Marines and Sailors receive COVID-19 vaccine

The team hosted a week-long campaign to ensure deploying service members were given the opportunity to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Ex-Marine to remain jailed in probe of paramilitary group

A former U.S. Marine will remain in custody after being charged with plotting to illegally make and sell guns.

NCIS offering reward to find suspect wanted for assault at Camp Lejeune barracks

NCIS is seeking information regarding an assault in a Camp Lejeune barracks.

Military training scheduled for parts of VA and NC through mid-October

The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit will conduct a training exercise on military installations in Virginia and North Carolina from Sept. 27 to Oct. 15.

2 Marines stationed at Camp Lejeune killed serving in Iraq

Two Camp Lejeune Marines serving in Iraq died over the weekend.

Three Camp Lejeune Marines in self-quarantine after return from Italy

Three Camp Lejeune Marines are quarantined due to possible exposure to the coronavirus.

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‘Christmas in Harmony’ filming next week

Even though it's the dog days of August, a new movie production is making the Cape Fear think about the yuletide season.

‘American Idol’ to hold virtual auditions for NC, SC on Friday

You must be a legal U.S. resident born on or between June 2, 1992 and September 15, 2006 to participate this season.

‘There are only so many beds’: COVID-19 surge hits hospitals

Florida hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are suspending elective surgeries and putting beds in conference rooms, an auditorium and a cafeteria.

Wilmington non-profits continue, adapt, and introduce services during the pandemic

Several Wilmington non-profits are altering services and adapting to challenges presented by the pandemic.