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Live Nation announces first shows at Riverfront Park Amphitheater

Live Nation has announced the first concerts that are set to hit the stage at the newly constructed Riverfront Park Amphitheater.

Local activists react to Derek Chauvin murder conviction

A group of activists gathered on the steps of Wilmington City Hall Tuesday night to praise a jury's decision to convict former police officer Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd last year.

WDI announces microloan program to help small businesses ‘weather the last of the storm’

Wilmington Downtown Incorporated announced their first-ever microloan program for small businesses on Tuesday.

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.

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Late inning herorics lifts Hoggard Softball back into the Class 4A State Champioship

The Hoggard softball team is once again on their way to the Class 4A State Championship series. The Vikings scored two runs in the bottom of the 7th inning on Tuesday night to knock off Fuquay-Varina in the East Finals, 3-2. 

Cape Fear Academy boys lacrosse advances to state title game with win over SouthLake Christian

The Cape Fear Academy boys lacrosse team jumped out to the early 3-0 lead against SouthLake Christian Academy on Tuesday night. The Hurricanes were able to use that momentum to pick up the 8-6 win and advance to the NCISAA DII State Championship game.

Holcomb finishes second as Cape Fear golfers compete in the state championship

Laney High School senior Grace Holcomb was one of the many golfers from across the Cape Fear that competed in the state tournament this week. Holcomb wrapped up her prep career for the Buccaneers on Tuesday by finishing Runner-Up in Class 4A. 

Coach, teammates remember West Brunswick football star killed in boating accident

A Brunswick County high school football star and his older brother are dead after an accident on the water in South Carolina over the weekend.