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Wilmington reimbursed nearly $634,000 in Hurricane Florence repairs

The City of Wilmington has been reimbursed $633,433.37 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for work related to Hurricane Florence.

First homicide of the year under investigation in Wilmington

The Wilmington Police Department is investigating the city's first homicide of 2021.

Wilmington City Council approves WWII Heritage signs, Rail Trail master plan

The city famous for hosting the annual Azalea Festival received the distinction in 2020 of becoming America's first World War II Heritage City. Leaders voted Tuesday night to ensure anyone driving into the city is aware of that.

Winner selected for Wilmington Home Decorating Contest

One home in Wilmington went all out this year when it came to Christmas decorations and they're getting rewarded for it.

City of Wilmington holds first of two live chat sessions on rail realignment project

In Wilmington, Thursday night was the first of two sessions for the public to ask questions about current plans for the rail realignment project.

‘Worst moment in our history’: 122nd Anniversary of 1898 Massacre

The 1898 Massacre is the only Coup d'état in the history of the United States.

City of Wilmington to plant more than 1,700 trees by fall 2021

The City of Wilmington held a ceremony to start their new tree initiative on Thursday.

City of Wilmington granted stay on short-term rentals ruling

The City of Wilmington has been granted a stay on this week's short-term rentals ruling.

Judge rules Wilmington short term rental law illegal, both sides react

The City of Wilmington has been dealt a blow to its ordinance on vacation and rental properties.

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Brunswick Community College completes comeback against rival Cape Fear CC

Cape Fear Community College held a double-digit lead midway through the first quarter on Wednesday night, but it was the Brunswick Community College Dolphins battling back to pickup the win, 79-75. 

NC Rural Coalition Fighting COVID-19 holds weekly webinar on vaccines

The North Carolina Rural Coalition Fighting COVID-19 held a virtual seminar on vaccines.

UNCW Men’s Soccer remains unbeaten after shutting out Campbell

Sophomore midfielder Colton Pleasants and senior forward Jacob Evans each scored a goal as No. 20 UNCW remained unbeaten with a 2-0 victory over Campbell in non-conference men's soccer action at the UNCW Soccer Stadium on Wednesday evening.

Family members remember Mint Greene, killed by alleged drunk driver in Brunswick County

A man who was killed by an alleged drunk driver over the weekend is being remembered by his family.