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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Brunswick County residents remember deputy who died from COVID-19

Thursday marked a somber gathering in Brunswick County.

Newly coronated Queen Azalea tours the Cape Fear

Many area businesses and locals were in the presence of royalty, as our Queen Azalea, Victoria Huggins went on tour. The unique coronation ceremony took her across the Cape Fear.

Salvation Army to hold COVID-19 vaccine event for homeless population

The Salvation Army will be holding a COVID-19 vaccine event later this week that will target the homeless population in Wilmington.

Southport to celebrate COVID-friendly July 4th festival

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to drop and restrictions ease around the state, you may be wondering if some of the typical summer festivals will go on like normal.

SC Senate approves proposal barring mandatory COVID vaccines

The South Carolina Senate has approved a proposal to prevent employers from mandating COVID-19 vaccines for workers.

‘Teacher of the Week’ brings poetry and other lessons to life for third graders

Third graders in Madeira Billingsley's class at Mary C. Williams Elementary School are learning about poems.

Poll: North Carolinians split on summer travel during the pandemic

A new High Point University Poll shows that’s North Carolinians are split when thinking about summer travel and the availability of vaccines.

Flags ordered to half-staff to honor Brunswick County sheriff’s deputy who died from COVID-19

All flags at the Brunswick County Government Center will be lowered in honor a deputy who recently died from COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands to 16 and over in North Carolina on Wednesday

Beginning Wednesday, everyone aged 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in North Carolina.

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Pet Pals: Black and white domestic short hair cat is looking for a new home

This week’s Pet Pal is a black and white domestic short hair cat named Shadow.

Sailing from ENC to Europe, the new adventure starts this summer

Sam Holmes is setting sail across the Atlantic Ocean and he is launching from Oriental

Timely hitting leads Pender softball past rival Heide Trask

The Pender High School softball team battled back not once, but twice on Monday night to take down rival Heide Trask, 3-2. 

Four Cape Fear area football teams punch their ticket to the state playoffs

The high school football regular season is in the books as focus across the area shifts to the NCHSAA State Playoffs. Four Cape Fear area teams will have an opportunity to bring home the title in 2021.