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Businesses anticipate ‘astounding’ impact from Riverfront Amphitheater opening

Two years in the making, two weeks to go. The long-awaited Riverfront Park and Amphitheater will finally open its doors on July 4.

City of Wilmington makes inroads on 37 transportation projects

The City of Wilmington has made inroads on 37 different transportation projects since 2014.

Water Street construction set to finish by mid-July

Construction on Water Street in Downtown Wilmington may be nearing completion after four years.

Water Street public bathroom still closed

To follow up on our story on concerns over the homeless in downtown Wilmington, the city said they would work to fix the public restroom on Water Street by Tuesday. 

City of Wilmington now offers simple way to report potholes

Ever wonder who to tell about all the potholes you see or drive over? No worries. It is easier than ever.

City wraps up $5 million drainage project at Williston Middle School

The City of Wilmington has just wrapped up a roughly $500,000 drainage improvement project at Williston Middle School. 

Florence clean up efforts ongoing

Hurricane Florence left extensive damage. As recovery continues, the debris sites are almost all empty.

City responds to Pine Valley stormwater drainage concerns

When a lot of rain is expected, the city says stormwater crews clean debris from culverts, ditches, grates and drainage pipes around Wilmington.

Business owner: Wilmington needs to pay for water damage

video A downtown Wilmington business owner says he's having issues with water in his building. They are issues that he says have cost him thousands of dollars. The city of Wilmington is trying to fix it, but is that enough?

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After months of work, repairs still needed at downtown Wilmington’s River Place

In recent months, the luxury apartments and condos at River Place, a long-awaited $80 million development on Wilmington's riverfront, have turned into temporary construction sites as workers wearing safety vests and hard hats have repaired building-wide defects.

Target plans for zero waste, emissions by 2040

Retail giant Target is pledging to reach zero waste and emissions by 2040.

COVID-19 Vaccine Summer Card Incentive Pays Off, Expands to Cape Fear

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is expanding the number of locations providing $25 Summer Cards to offset the time and transportation costs of getting vaccinated.

AMC Theatres celebrate cinema week with all you can eat popcorn

In celebration of Cinema Week, AMC is firing up its popcorn machines and inviting guests to arrive hungry, as moviegoers can enjoy “All You Can Eat” popcorn with the purchase of any size popcorn beginning today.