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Disneyland closes as California rushes to battle coronavirus

Disneyland is closing its doors for the rest of the month, shuttering one of California's best-known attractions as the state hurries to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Organizers cancel 2020 Azalea Festival

A news release sent by organizers confirms that the 2020 Azalea Festival has been canceled.

CFCC transitions to online classes due to COVID-19

The College will transition to online programming wherever possible beginning March 23, 2020.

City leaders expect cancellations to continue as COVID-19 spreads

There are no confirmed or presumptive cases of COVID-19 here in the Cape Rear region, but contingency plans are being made as the virus spreads.

UNCW students worried schedule change may affect graduation

The UNC-system announced it would no end most in-person courses starting March 20 to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus.

CAA cancels Women’s Basketball Championship, suspends spring sports

The Colonial Athletic Association has made the decision to cancel the remainder of 2020 CAA Women’s Basketball Championship in response to continued developments regarding the spread of the Coronavirus.

NHCS monitors COVID-19, cancels some field trips

The New Hanover County School District is continuing to monitor information from federal, state, and local health officials when it comes to the coronavirus.

12 cases of coronavirus reported in North Carolina

As of Thursday morning, North Carolina health officials says a dozen cases of coronavirus have now been reported in the state.

Coronavirus delays Hurricane Florence repairs

A viral pandemic is now affecting victims of a natural disaster.

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Wilmington leaders pass 2021-2022 budget with new tax rate, increased stipends

Wilmington City Council passed the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget on Tuesday. It goes into effect on July 1.

NC tax revenue soars, $6.5B windfall predicted by mid-2023

North Carolina economists report government coffers could collect several billion dollars more by the middle of 2023 than what that anticipated just four months ago.

Man ejected from Board of Education meeting considering legal action

One man is now considering legal action after being removed from last week's New Hanover County Board of Education meeting.

It’s ‘the people, not the building’: How churches navigated the pandemic

Many houses of worship are back open after closing their doors during the pandemic, but most never really shut down at all.