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Downtown Wilmington business leaders working to stimulate local businesses

Downtown Wilmington business leaders are working to help stimulate businesses that are still open.

Fiscal report shows increasing growth in Downtown Wilmington

In New Hanover County we've got a lot of growth happening and we've got the evidence to prove it.

Reported assaults in downtown Wilmington leave people with questions

Wilmington Police are investigating a string of reported assaults and some robberies around downtown Wilmington, but a lot of people are left wondering where and what happened?

The Flats on Front to add 270+ apartments on Wilmington’s northern riverfront

If you're looking to move closer to downtown Wilmington, there may be a place for you.

‘We will always be a Coast Guard City’: Mayor, businesses react to Diligence move

A staple of downtown Wilmington for three decades will soon be just a memory. The Coast Guard Cutter Diligence will be leaving us next year with no plans of returning.

Ground broken for $30M hotel in downtown Wilmington

Wilmington is making more room for visitors. City leaders met Friday morning downtown to break ground on a new $30 million hotel.

Wilmington shops to governor: We are open for business

Gov. Roy Cooper was back in Wilmington this morning getting a look for himself at something a lot of people here want everyone to know: The Port City is open for business.

VIDEO CONTEST: Capture and share your favorite parts of Downtown Wilmington

Wilmington Downtown Incorporated is hosting a video contest and they want people of all ages and walks of life to enter.

Developments for downtown Wilmington growing despite vacant buildings

Store front businesses are not hard to find in downtown Wilmington, but there are five large vacant buildings that are also easy to spot.

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Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations recommended for New Hanover County employees

The New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board is recommending COVID-19 vaccinations be mandatory for eligible New Hanover County employees.

Leland man charged with vandalizing Local’s Tavern

A man has been charged with vandalizing a Leland business over the weekend. 

City Council votes to permanently remove Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington

More than a year after the City of Wilmington removed two Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington, a decision has been made to not return them.

Multi-million dollar contract extended to preserve Wrightsville Beach Bridge

A preservation contract has been awarded to cover expenses to preserve the life of the South Banks Channel Bridge at Wrightsville Beach.