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Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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Triangle shoppers line up outside stores ahead of Easter weekend

Shoppers lined up outside stores on Friday ahead of Easter weekend and before stricter statewide orders for retailers go into effect.

Congregation comes together in spirit for Good Friday service

Easter weekend looks a lot different than it's ever looked before. With churches looking at alternative services, Port City Community Church in Wilmington is using technology to bring everyone together in spirit for Good Friday.

Drive-in Easter services not recommended by local health experts

Easter Sunday is a day many Christians flock to church, but health experts are urging them to stay home. 

Celebrate Easter virtually this year with these fun activities at home

Although the coronavirus pandemic is putting a pause on Easter celebrations with loved ones this year, there are still ways to have fun with the kids at home.

WPD: ‘Drive-in’ Easter services of more than 10 people not allowed under Executive Order

With Easter Sunday just four days away, some area pastors are asking whether 'drive-in' services are allowed under Governor Roy Cooper's Executive Orders and local Declarations.

Iconic Wrightsville Beach hotel to continue Easter tradition

This year, Blockade Runner Beach Resort will continue the Easter Grande Buffet tradition, although by pickup only.

SURVEY: Coronavirus will affect nearly 70% of those spending money for Easter

Around 68 percent of Americans who observe Easter say their Easter spending will be affected by the coronavirus this year, according to WalletHub’s new Coronavirus Easter Survey, released Monday.

Death toll lowered to 253, Sri Lanka braces for more attacks

Sri Lanka on Thursday lowered the death toll from the Easter suicide bombings by nearly one-third, to 253, as authorities hunted urgently for a least five more suspects and braced for the possibility of more attacks in the coming days.

WPD beefs up police presence following busy crime weekend

New public safety concerns are being raised in the community.

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Dozens of area deputies travel to DC for inauguration security

As the inauguration is set to take place Wednesday, dozens of local law enforcement will be at the nation's capital to assist with security efforts.

Future of downtown confederate statue bases remain uncertain

More than half a year after confederate statues were taken down in Wilmington, their future, and that of the bases they were attached to, remain uncertain. 

Two NC lawmakers who contract COVID were on same hunting trip

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon of Brunswick County has tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.

Portion of Wrightsville Ave. closed for emergency sewer repair

A portion of Wrightsville Avenue closed to traffic on Tuesday so crews could make an emergency sewer repair.