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New plans submitted for Independence Mall

More than a year after big changes to Independence Mall were announced, construction has still not begun. Now a new set of plans have been submitted to the City of Wilmington.

Northside Pool repairs almost complete

Who doesn't want a dip in a pool on a hot summer day? According to the city of Wilmington, repairs to the Northside Pool are almost complete after the pool was damaged during Hurricane Florence.

Apartments at Jervay under repairs, Glen Apartments deemed public nuisance

It's been months since families were displaced from several apartments around Wilmington because of damage from Hurricane Florence.

Wilmington Housing Authority proposes new public housing complex

The Wilmington Housing Authority says more public housing could be going up, specifically on Dawson Street.

City leaders to vote on fund transfer beginning design phase for Portia Hines Park

City council will look at an ordinance Tuesday to send $67,100 leftover from the improvement to Empie Park over to design plans for Portia Hines Park.

Wilmington neighbors lose battle to stop ‘inappropriate’ construction

On Monday, we reported that neighbors of New Hanover Regional Medical Center were fighting against the construction of a water supply system. That fight ended Thursday at a hearing before the Board of Adjustment.

UPDATE: Military Cutoff and Wrightsville Avenue intersection reopens

If you're heading in the area of Military Cutoff Road and Wrightsville Avenue, you might want to find another route.

UPDATE: CFPUA contractor did not obtain permit before removing trees

CFPUA is developing a new policy and reviewing current projects that require tree removal permits, after the City of Wilmington ordered the utility to stop clearing trees along River Road.

City of Wilmington to CFPUA: Stop removing trees

A New Hanover County man says CFPUA illegally bulldozed hundreds of trees yesterday, destroying a natural buffer between his neighborhood and River Road. Now the city has ordered CFPUA to stop their work.

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