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Neighbors protest mixed-use developments proposed in Riverlights

Dozens of neighbors in the Riverlights community are trying to sop more mixed-use development from coming in.

Former Honda dealership property on S. College Rd. up for sale

Could new development be coming on South College Road in Wilmington? The location of the former Stevenson Hendrick Honda dealership is now up for sale.

City leaders approve new apartments, retail at vacant movie theater site

Now the nearly 9 acre site is ready for 223 apartments to come in. Three 4 story buildings, one including 5,000 plus square feet of retail space, will be the fate of the decade long vacant land.

Disabled man asks for crosswalk to Magnolia Greens

As the town of Leland continues to grow bigger, more people want easier ways to get around and want more accessibility.

Wilmington Planning Commission approves Centerpoint development

City planners approved the rezoning 4-0 with the remaining board members and subsequently passed a special permit 3-1 allowing for the building a the 75 foot hotel. 

Houseboat community coming to Port City Marina

A neighborhood unlike any other, that is what's coming to Port City Marina in Downtown Wilmington.

Wilmington Planning Commission approves ‘The Avenue’ development

It looks like even more development is coming to Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington.

Neighbors get look at new plans for “The Avenue” along Military Cutoff Road

Neighbors talking and seeing the plans for the development had one key subject of concern: traffic.

Promoting the area for business is on the mind of one local non-profit

The group plans to take input and draw up proposals to share in front of local governments to look at the better market the corridor.

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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.