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Controlled burn planned for Carolina Beach State Park

The burn will begin around 10:00 a.m. near the south entrance to the park.

Carolina Beach State Park saw more visitors in 2020 than ever before

Carolina Beach State Park was established in 1969, but it's never had as many people enjoy its numerous activities than in 2020. 

Paddle NC sees spike in customers as business resumes

Memorial Day weekend brought warm weather and three days off bringing people out of their home. It turned into a much needed spike in revenue for local water sport businesses.

Seen more dragonflies lately? This may be why!

If you've seen more dragonflies around lately, you're not alone and the reason for the increase may surprise you.

Carolina Beach State Park holds carnivorous plant hikes through October

Each hike gives about 30 participants the opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of different plants and wildlife.

Investigating the Carolina coast’s native plant: Venus flytrap

It's a stiff fine that had some people scratching their heads. A Bolivia man being held under a $750,000 bond. His alleged crime was poaching dozens of Venus flytraps.

Controlled burn at Carolina Beach State Park

A burn will close some trails at the Carolina Beach State Park today.

Crane delivery anchors boats along Cape Fear River

For several hours Thursday, the Cape Fear River will be off limits to boaters. Two huge cranes are being delivered to the Port of Wilmington.

Fishing and oyster reef habitat being enhanced in the Cape Fear River

Construction recently began on an artificial reef meant to enhance recreational fishing and create oyster reef habitat near Carolina Beach State Park.

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Space Force commander fired over podcast remarks

The Space Force has relieved an officer of his command after recent comments he made on a podcast criticizing the diversity and inclusion initiatives the military has recently been encouraging. 

U.S. will send 20 million more COVID-19 vaccine doses abroad

President Biden on Monday announced the U.S. will send an additional 20 million doses of approved COVID-19 vaccines to other countries for a total of 80 million doses to other countries by the end of June.

CFPUA expands capacity at Richardson Water Treatment Plant

CFPUA’s Richardson Water Treatment Plant can now treat and distribute an additional 1 million gallons of water per day (MGD), keeping pace with growth in Northern New Hanover County.