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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.

City of Wilmington considering eminent domain for five properties, council votes Tuesday

Happening Tuesday, the City of Wilmington will consider using eminent domain to acquire land from five homeowners for a drainage project.

Red light camera malfunctions on Carolina Beach Rd., snaps photos of every car

If you're out on the roads, you might notice something flashing on Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington. A red light camera is snapping photos of every car that drives through the intersection, even when the light is green.

One year after dogs die from poison pond, owner reacts to city-installed warning signs

Just over a year ago we brought you the story of a woman whose three dogs tragically died after swimming in a seemingly harmless body of water. Now the City of Wilmington is warning others about the dangers.

Businesses ask City of Wilmington for Downtown Alive extension

For nearly two months, parts of Princess and Front Streets in Wilmington have been shut down during certain hours on weekends for an ongoing event called Downtown Alive. Now the Downtown Business Alliance is looking to extend the program, speaking before city council Tuesday night.

Wilmington City Council postpones vote on Black Lives Matter art installation

The City of Wilmington has postponed voting on the installation of a Black Lives Matter sign visible from 3rd Street.

New Hanover County Commission for Women holds first meeting

The newly formed New Hanover County Commission for Women met for the first time Wednesday night.

Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo talks moving confederate monuments

Could Confederate monuments be removed from Downtown Wilmington? Mayor Bill Saffo addressed the issue Tuesday night, as a curfew put in place to protect the monuments is set to expire Wednesday.

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Good Shepherd is holding weekly free grocery giveaways

Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington is giving away free bags of groceries and toiletries every Wednesday.

Couple wedded in Nebraska celebrates 85 years of marriage

Ralph and Dorothy Kohler are celebrating their wedding anniversary for the 85th time.

US judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail

A U.S. judge blocked controversial Postal Service changes that have slowed mail nationwide, calling them “a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service” before the November election.

US bans WeChat, TikTok citing national security

The U.S. will ban the use of WeChat Sunday to “safeguard the national security of the United States.”