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Shots have been fired in a potentially gang related shooting in Wilmington Saturday Night.
After Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order to close sit-down service at all bars and restaurants, many local vendors are reporting lower than normal customer traffic.
Ninety-two volunteers planted trees in downtown Wilmington this weekend. This is a continuation of the work of the Alliance for Cape Fear Trees to get the city's canopy back where it is supposed to be, according to Founder Connie Parker.
The Hive Boutique Hotel recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark its official opening at 505 N. 2nd Street.
The first of its kind in Wilmington, End of Days Distillery is set to open in February.
The Anchor Church reports about 50 people showed up Monday night at their emergency shelter.
Wednesday afternoon, more than a dozen people who are still looking for Ebonee Spears joined at the steps of City Hall in downtown Wilmington with signs like "Bring Ebonee Home," "Holding on to hope" and "4 years to long missing."
Homelessness is an issue almost every city in America has to deal with and downtown Wilmington is no different.
A precautionary boil water advisory will begin at 9 p.m. Monday, January 13, for Sawmill Point Condominiums at 1015 Nutt Street in downtown Wilmington.