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Rebuild continues almost 6 months since Hurricane Florence

It has been almost 6 months since Hurricane Florence hit our coast. It displaced thousands of residents. Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity is tackling this disaster head on by joining forces with Pender County as a long term recovery effort. 

Habitat for Humanity holds CEO Build

Friday they held their CEO build, which will become an annual tradition. CEOs and other corporate team members joined the construction workers out in the field.

HAPPENING TODAY: Disaster rebuild info session in Burgaw

If you need to apply for Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity's Disaster Rebuild Program or want to find out more about the accelerated new homeownership program, now's your chance.

New Habitat for Humanity program aims to help Florence victims

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity is expanding its services to help more Hurricane Florence victims.

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity receives land from county

New Hanover County is giving four pieces of property to Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity for workforce housing.

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity in need of volunteers, donations

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity needs you. They are currently seeking volunteers that would like to assist in hurricane recovery efforts.

Women show off their strength to help build home for local family

Women across the Cape Fear are picking up hammers and saws to help a family build stability, independence, and strength through housing.

Celebrate interior design and strong women with Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity works hard in our community every day. Over the next two weeks, there are some ways you can get involved to give back.

Thousands trot around Wrightsville Beach to support Habitat for Humanity

Thousands burned off those pre-thanksgiving calories with the Wrightsville Beach Turkey Trot Thursday morning. It was cold but they ran for a good cause!

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Tillis, Cunningham spar over vacant SCOTUS seat and police reform in second Senate debate

Sen. Thom Tillis (R) and Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham took part in the second North Carolina Senate race debate on Tuesday, September 22 in Raleigh.

President Donald Trump bans offshore drilling in North Carolina through 2032

For the past several years, many people along our coast have been concerned about the possibility of oil drilling just offshore.