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Airlie Gardens, Cape Fear Museum to give free admission to those who received food benefits

New Hanover County’s cultural attractions Airlie Gardens and Cape Fear Museum of History and Science are participating in Museums for All, to provide free admission to households that receive food assistance (SNAP) benefits.

New exhibit at Cape Fear Museum highlights World War II history

Nearly two months since Wilmington was named the nation's first World War II Heritage City, the area is still commemorating the special honor.

Museums get cleared to weclome visitors after nearly 6-month closure

North Carolina museums are able to open back up starting Friday evening.

New Hanover County creates online 1898 history resource

In a joint collaboration, New Hanover County’s Cape Fear Museum of History and Science, Public Library and Information Technology Department have worked together to create a map and timeline documenting the events of 1898 in Wilmington.

New display at Cape Fear Museum to highlight African Americans during WWII

The Cape Fear Museum in Wilmington may still be closed, but staff has been hard at work behind the scenes putting the final touches on a new exhibit.

Museum wants your story to document COVID-19 in the Cape Fear

The Cape Fear Museum of History and Science is looking for objects, photographs and documents that show the different aspects of the coronavirus pandemic and its effects on the lives of people in the Lower Cape Fear.

Cape Fear Museum cancels STEM event

Another event in the Cape Fear has been postponed amid coronavirus concerns.

Kids become fossil hunters at Cape Fear Museum

The Cape Fear Museum hosted a Fossil Hunt on Saturday, December 28. 

Woolly mammoth fossils uncovered on North Carolina beach

A Carolina Beach, North Carolina resident uncovered woolly mammoth fossils. Expert at UNCW says the rare fossils are likely more than 10,000 years old.

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A lawsuit accusing Myrtle Beach of unequal treatment of Black bikers goes to trial

A federal lawsuit against the city of Myrtle Beach and its police department for discrimination against Black tourists and bikers will go to trial Wednesday.

Nash County deputy dies from injuries sustained in Thanksgiving Rocky Mount crash

The Nash County Sheriff's Office said Deputy Jared Allison died Tuesday from injuries sustained in a Thanksgiving evening crash in Rocky Mount.

Wilmington man receives 24 years in federal prison

A Wilmington, NC man was sentenced today to a total of 288 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a quantity of heroin, a quantity of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine, a quantity of fentanyl and 28 grams or more of cocaine base (crack). 

NHRMC to host blood drive in honor of girl with rare cancer

New Hanover Regional Medical Center is hosting a special blood drive for American Red Cross of the Cape Fear Area.