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Wednesday, December 2, 2020
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Local bikers deliver toys to needy children

Santa Claus may have some competition from area bikers this year.

Founder of charity bike ride, 1 other die in S.C. crash

Officials say the woman who rode a bicycle across the country to raise awareness for brain injuries was one of two people killed during the final leg of the trip in South Carolina.

Firefighters to hold fund raiser ball

The Wilmington Professional Firefighters Association is holding a big fund raiser Friday night in downtown Wilmington.

Domestic violence center seeking entries for chili cook-off

Do have what you think is an award-winning chili recipe? If so, you can win some big prizes and help a good cause at the same time.

Bradley Creek Elementary receives grant

Progress Energy donated $30,000 to a Chamber of Commerce program that gives money to teacher scholarships. This year's recipient was Ann Lineberry, physical education teacher at Bradley Creek Elementary.

Group donates thousands to abused children

Thanks to a local foundation headed by a motorcycle mama abused children in our area will be getting more help.

Motorcycle excursion raises over $100,000 for charity

More than 40 people participated in last week's three-day motorcycle excursion to raise money for local children's charities.

Locals ride motorcycles for charity

Locals are participating in a charity motorcycle ride from Boone to New Bern to raise money to help abused children.

Fishing Tournament Raises Money, Brings Families Together

A recent competition brought families together to fish for a cause. The owners of County Line Bait and Tackle held a fishing tournament to raise money for the Lower Cape Fear Hospice.

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Oak Island Lighthouse to replace beacon for first time in more than 60 years

The Oak Island Lighthouse is set to get an updated look. It was built in 1958 and was once the brightest lighthouse in the country.

Bald Head Island officers fired in 2014 awarded $700k in lawsuit

A federal judge has sided with four former Bald Head Island Public Safety Officers who filed a lawsuit after they were fired six years ago.

NC audit questions monitoring of virus funds for education

State Auditor Beth Wood's office says North Carolina’s education department has failed to monitor sufficiently whether over $140 million in federal coronavirus relief money was used properly or met its intended purposes.

Mayor declares Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day

Mayor Bill Saffo has declared Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day.