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Gov. Roy Cooper talks about his opposition to offshore drilling during a visit to Wrightsville Beach on Jan. 22, 2018. (Photo: Jenna Kurzyna/WWAY)video

Gov. Cooper discusses opposition to offshore drilling during visit to Wrightsville Beach

Gov. Cooper came to Wrightsville Beach today to discuss his opposition to the Trump administration's plan to allow drilling off the Atlantic coast.

Average US gas price jumps 4 cents to $2.58 for regular

The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline jumped 4 cents nationally over the past two weeks to $2.58.

Bank says executive is gone; no comment on harassment probe

Bank of America has confirmed that a high-profile senior executive has left the company, but it would not comment on reports of an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations.
Plans for Renaissance Market (Photo: Trask Land Company and Harbour Retail Partners)

Earth Fare to anchor Renaissance Market project near Mayfaire

Developers announced today that Earth Fare will anchor the Renaissance Market project across from Mayfaire Town Center at the northeast corner of Military Cutoff and Sir Tyler Drive.

Amazon raises monthly Prime rate, annual rate stays at $99

Amazon has raised the monthly price of its prime service by two dollars, from $10.99 to $12.99.
Governor Cooper talking about opioids

Cooper expected to discuss offshore drilling during Wrightsville Beach visit

Gov. Roy Cooper is bringing is fight against off shore drilling to our area next week.

Raleigh makes top 20 cut for Amazon’s second headquarters

On Tuesday, Amazon released its list of the 20 metropolitan areas they're considering for their second headquarters and Raleigh made the cut.
Home Sales Up

2017 home sales topped $1 billion in Brunswick County

For the first time in more than a decade, residential real estate sales topped $1 billion in Brunswick County last year.

Duke Energy asks customers to reduce electricity use during cold snap

Duke Energy Progress officials are asking customers to reduce electricity use until 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 15 to help avoid potential high energy demand on the electric grid caused by frigid temperatures, according to a news release.

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