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Wilmington Fire Department PIO retires after 33 years of service

We want to give a very warm hearted thank you to a member of the Wilmington Fire Department. David Hines' last day as the public information officer was Monday.

Sprinkler causes water damage at Wilmington hotel

Fire crews evacuated the Holiday Inn Express on VanCampen Boulevard this morning.

WFD rolls in new fire truck

The Wilmington Fire Department showed off its new pumper truck at a Roll-In Ceremony on Tuesday.

With 1 month to go, emergency agencies practice for hurricane season

Hurricane season is just one month away. Emergency officials are getting a head start on possible storms by putting their training to use in a simulation drill in Wilmington. In the simulation, the fictional Hurricane André is bearing down on New Hanover County. The Category 3 hurricane is eerily similar to Hurricane Fran, but following the same track as Hurricane Hazel.

Wilmington man dies in apartment fire

video A man was killed Saturday night in an apartment fire at 2114 Burnett Blvd. According to Battalion Chief David Hines, a spokesman from the Wilmington Fire Department, the victim was 62 year-old John Franklin Sutton.

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Attorney General ‘optimistic’ New Hanover Co. will benefit from $26B opioid agreement

Attorney General Josh Stein paid a visit to the Port City on Tuesday, taking time to discuss some pressing issues.

OIB Sea Turtle Protection on the lookout after nests repeatedly damaged

Ocean Isle Beach Sea Turtle Protection Organization volunteers are on the lookout after several sea turtle nests have been repeatedly damaged.

Last privately-owned, undeveloped barrier island on NC coast is now protected forever

The North Carolina Coastal Land Trust has purchased Hutaff Island, the last privately-owned undeveloped barrier island in North Carolina.