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On Wednesday June 27th the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History will be making icing using kitchen equipment from the 1920s and 1990s as part...
For our next installment of Kids Club we'll be learning about nautical flags! Longtime waterman, local historian, and author Skipper Funderburg will teach kids...
Governor Roy Cooper was at the North Carolina State Port Tuesday to get a look at the two new cranes and to hear how they have made things more efficient.
At the legislative building in Raleigh Thursday, lawmakers will look at changes to a bill, including possibly reducing testing in the state.
Join us every Wednesday through August 22nd at 10:30am for an educational kids program with a different theme each week. On Wednesday June 13th come...
North Carolina General Assembly Republicans have overridden Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of the state budget for the second year in a row.
For the second year in a row Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed the state budget, though, for the second straight year, the move is unlikely to change the state spending plan.
A bill introduced this month in the North Carolina General Assembly requires local boards of education to report movies shown in schools during instructional time.
Registration is now open for Cape Fear Community College's newest program.