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Columbus County Schools moves to 100% virtual learning until February

The Columbus County Board of Education has decided to keep schools 100% virtual until February 1 due to rising COVID-19 cases.

Most area students start new semester virtually following the holidays

The holidays have passed which means Monday marks the first day of school in 2021.

BCS: 54% of middle schoolers, 38% of high schoolers are failing at least one class

We're continuing to learn how the pandemic is affecting students as many are primarily still learning from home.

Bladen County Schools closed Friday, 3 other districts on 2 hour delay

Columbus County Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay for students on Friday due to the potential for flooded roads.

Columbus County reports COVID-19 cases at two schools

Columbus County Schools has confirmed two positive cases in two separate schools.

Columbus County Schools release their plans for upcoming year

Columbus County Schools has released how their schools will reopen. 

Columbus County students can attend school from home this fall

The Columbus County Schools says students will have the option to take classes from home during the next school year.

Columbus County Schools give guide to graduation plans

Columbus County Schools have released more information about their graduation plans.

Teachers still on ‘optional’ workdays, some may work remotely

The North Carolina Association of Educators or NCAE is raising concerns that teachers are being forced to report to work during the ongoing pandemic. They say this leaves them unable to care for children at home and potentially exposes them to coronavirus.

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Pender County Schools: Two-hour delay for in-person and remote learners

Pender County Schools will start class on a two-hour delay Thursday, January 28, due to weather conditions.

Need for speed reduction: residents and city discuss Greenville Loop Road

Some residents are banding together though Facebook, saying they want to make Greenville Loop Road safer.

A new face on Pleasure Island: getting to know Police Chief Vic Ward

Police Chief Vic Ward calls New Hanover County his second home. He grew up in Wilmington and Whiteville before attending UNCW.

Area high school senior selected for Class of 2025 at West Point Academy

A Cape Fear area high school senior has been selected to the attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.