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Virtual roundtable held to discuss ‘Project Grace’

Wilmington Downtown Incorporated hosted a virtual roundtable discussion about the future of Project Grace on Tuesday night.

Restaurants expect busy Valentine’s Day weekend

Valentine's Day is typically a busy night for restaurants, but now operating under half capacity they may be getting booked quicker than they normally would. Anticipating a busy weekend, restaurants in Downtown Wilmington are getting ready.

Some local restaurants see Super Bowl business despite pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that go along with it, some Wilmington restaurants and bars welcomed sports fans to watch the big game Sunday night.

While most closed, some restaurants remain open on Christmas

Not everyone spends Christmas at home around the tree. Just because they aren't cuddled in their PJs in the living room, doesn't mean the diners, drinkers, and employees at The Harp aren't spending it with family.

Old Wilmington by Candlelight tour still happening despite pandemic

The 48th Annual Old Wilmington by the Light Tour will be held the weekend of December 5-6 with a few changes. 

Holiday wreaths put on display in downtown Wilmington

With Halloween now behind us, there is a little more than 50 days until Christmas. The holiday cheer can already be felt in downtown Wilmington.

‘Black Lives Do Matter’ art on display at park in downtown Wilmington

A big new art installation is up in downtown Wilmington.

First retail business opens at River Place in downtown Wilmington

The newest landmark on the riverfront in downtown Wilmington now has it's first retail tenant open. 

Riverwalk railing repairs underway in downtown Wilmington

Crews in Wilmington have started repairing the safety railing along the Riverwalk near the Visitors Information Center this week.

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Brunswick County announces two pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Brunswick County is having two pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics Thursday and Friday at Town Creek in Winnabow and at Smithville Park in Southport.

More bills seek to increase attendance at NC school events

More North Carolina state legislators are trying to get more spectators at school sporting events or college graduations that are beyond what Gov. Roy Cooper’s COVID-19 latest executive order allows.

Davis, Olsen signing 1-day contracts to retire as Panthers

Linebacker Thomas Davis and tight end Greg Olsen are signing one-day contracts to retire as members of the Carolina Panthers.

Bladen deputies find body in creek near White Oak; believed to be missing man

The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after receiving a tip about a body found in a creek off of Burney Road near White Oak on Wednesday afternoon.