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NC Senate eases caps on income, grants for K-12 scholarships

Qualifying income levels and maximum grants would rise for North Carolina’s publicly funded scholarship program for K-12 students to attend private schools under a measure approved by the state Senate.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to release 1st children’s book

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is releasing her first children's book next month.

New Hanover County leaders pushing for highest teacher pay in state

Elected leaders in New Hanover County are pushing to make the county's public school teachers the highest paid in the state.

North Carolina boy, 12, to graduate from high school, college in the same week

A 12-year-old in North Carolina used the downtime he had during the pandemic to take on a few extra classes in school.

Museum creates outreach project to inspire young women to pursue STEM careers

Cape Fear Museum of History and Science has been selected by the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) as a recipient of an IF/THEN® Gender Equity Grant for $8,600.

‘We have lift off!’: Brunswick County native commentates for live NASA space missions

A Bolivia native has an "out of the world" job.

Gov. Roy Cooper talks COVID-19 response, future of healthcare in State of the State address

On Monday, Governor Roy Cooper delivered his State of the State address, covering a number of topics.

New Hanover County Schools announces graduation plans

New Hanover County Schools will host traditional graduation ceremonies with COVID-19 safety precautions in place for 2021.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will speak at NC State graduation

NFL quarterback and N.C. State University alumnus Russell Wilson will return to the school this spring as a commencement speaker for the 2021 graduation ceremonies.

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Carolina Beach hosts Arts Festival

A wildly successful event helped fund several local artists.

Driftwood Apartments to continue providing affordable housing after recent sale

A Wilmington apartment complex once in danger of closing for good will get to continue providing affordable housing to the chronically homeless.

Attorneys: DA should step aside from North Carolina deputy shooting probe

Attorneys for the family of a man who was fatally shot by sheriff’s deputies in North Carolina have asked the local prosecutor to recuse himself from the investigation.

Deputies identify man killed in Bladen County shooting

The Bladen County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in a deadly shooting Friday night.