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New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office introduces newest K9 deputy

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office has enlisted a new member of their K9 unit.

Service dogs helping veterans and others with disabilities live independently

A Wilmington nonprofit is making it easier for people with disabilities to have access to service dogs and live independently.

Canines for Service gets $30K grant from Petco Foundation

A service dog group from Wilmington is getting a big boost from Petco for it's efforts helping veterans.

Canines for Service receives grant from local business

Canines for Service announced it has been awarded a $20,000 grant investment from Live Oak Bank to support its programs.

Canines for Service teaching how to train service dogs

Canines for Service is launching a trainer program to teach people how to train service dogs.

Canines for Service gets help to support Veterans program

Canines for Service of Wilmington gets $25,000 grant investment from the Petco Foundation to support its Canines for Veterans program.

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: 20 Years of Tailwaggin’

20 years ago a man would pack his bags and move from the west coast to the east coast in hopes of helping train service dogs. 20 years later and a lot of ups and downs in between, our Extraordinary Person of the Week is celebrating a milestone.

Canines for Service holds open house

Canines for Service held and open house tonight to show off their new facility on Old Dairy Road in Wilmington.

Wilmington service dog nonprofit opens new facility

A Wilmington nonprofit is set to host an open house to show off its new facility.

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New Hanover Wildcats ready to right ship after below average spring season

The New Hanover Wildcats finished a football season with a record of .500 or worse for the first time in a decade in the pandemic-shortened season of the spring of 2021.

UNCW says no students have tried using fake vaccine cards to bypass testing requirements

As administrators prepare for the upcoming fall semester and COVID-19 continues to spread, college and university officials are met with a new challenge of detecting fake COVID-19 vaccination cards.

Suspect arrested after officer-involved shooting

The suspect then veered at the deputy as the suspect tried to hit the officer with his vehicle. Both WPD and NHCSO fired upon the suspect, striking him at least once.

Resort style rental property project proposed for the town of Navassa

A resort style rental community might be coming to the town of Navassa.