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CFCC, Cape Fear Habitat create custom playhouses for area children

Three business and organization are coming together for Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity's new initiative called "Playhouse Project."

Brunswick Community College impressive from start to finish in win over CFCC

Brunswick Community College led by double-digits at the halftime break on Thursday and the Dolphins kept their foot on the gas pedal in the second half taking down rival Cape Fear Community College, 94-66. 

CFCC culinary student lands dream job at award-winning Blackberry Farm restaurant

Cape Fear Community College culinary student and soon-to-be graduate Dylan Rhodes, 18, is slated to start his dream job with Blackberry Farm following his May graduation. 

Cape Fear Community College’s nursing programs ranked best in state

Cape Fear Community College, touting two of its nursing programs announced as best in the state.

Wilmington venue reacts to new COVID-19 grant program for the arts

Some relief is coming to Cape Fear area entertainment venues and arts organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Local students react to student loan deferral extension

A new executive order from President Joe Biden is affecting more than 41 million Americans, some here in the Cape Fear.

Victims of violent crime in Cape Fear honored with drive-in candlelight memorial

Families and friends came together for the 25th annual Candlelight Memorial, to honor the victims of violent crimes across the Cape Fear region. Because of the pandemic, the event looked different than in years past.

CFCC Women’s Basketball coach retires Carly Baron’s jersey number

Less than a week after a Wilmington woman was shot and killed on Halloween, her former basketball coach is honoring her by retiring the jersey she wore.

Local experts weigh in ahead of second and final presidential debate

The stage is set for the second and final presidential debate Thursday night.

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Experts: No need to rush to the gas pumps after Colonial Pipeline hack

Gov. Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency as fears rise about the fuel supply chain following a cyber attack on America's largest fuel pipeline.

Pet Pals: 2-year-old British shorthair cat

This week's Pet Pal is a 2-year-old female British shorthair cat.

More than 8,500 people have used NC transit agencies to get COVID-19 vaccines

Since vaccine rollouts began, North Carolina transit systems have taken more than 8,500 residents to vaccine appointments.

House passes bill to bar Cooper from mandating COVID shot

North Carolina House members on Monday approved a plan to curb the governor’s ability to mandate COVID-19 vaccines through executive action.