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10 year old drowns off Fort Fisher Saturday

A weekend trip to the beach turned deadly for a child visiting our area with relatives. It happened at Fort Fisher a little before 2:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office said 10-year-old Master Emanuel Carter of Sanford...

Funeral arrangements made for West Bladen sophomore

Funeral arrangements have been set for the West Bladen sophomore who drowned over the weekend. The family will hold a wake at Gaskins Funeral Home on Highway 242 in Elizabethtown.

Friends and family mourn drowning death of Cody Hammond

videoA 15-year-old West Bladen High School student drowned Sunday afternoon, and on Monday, friends and family mourned his passing.

Follow-up on weekend drowning

videoA fisherman from Supply died and several others were dumped into the ocean when their boats capsized in a sudden thunderstorm this past weekend.

Update on drowning at fishing tournament

The funeral arrangements have been made for 62-year-old Billy Scott Hewett. Hewett died Saturday after his boat capsized in rough seas during a fishing tournament.

Boy drowns at water festival

The community of Elizabethtown is mourning the loss of a six year old boy after he drowned Saturday during the White Lake Water Festival.

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UNCW calls fall semester a success, will test students for COVID-19 more frequently in spring

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New Hanover & Topsail changing classes in latest NCHSAA realignment plan

Two Cape Fear area high schools are set to move up a classification after the North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced its first draft for realignment in the next four year cycle. 

Despite challenges Seaside Chapel Living Nativity open in Carolina Beach

It's been a tough week for Seaside Chapel in Carolina Beach. Last Sunday part of their Living Nativity set came toppling to the ground because of a storm, but with help from the community they were ready for opening night on Friday.