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Air purification systems being installed to all Brunswick County Schools buses to reduce risk of COVID-19

Brunswick County Schools is installing new air filtering systems to all its buses to reduce the risk of coronavirus.

NC to participate in satellite internet pilot for students

Public school students in some of North Carolina’s most isolated areas could benefit from a new initiative that offers high-speed internet through low-orbit satellites.

NC education board wants schools reopened by end of March

North Carolina education leaders have approved a resolution signaling their desire to get all of the state's K-12 public school students back into the classroom for at least some days.

Library meeting room dedicated to former Pender County library director

Pender County Library has dedicated the public meeting room at the Main Library in Burgaw to Mike Taylor, who served as library director of Pender County Library from 1985 to 2020.

NHCS still in need of nearly 200 substitute teachers

New Hanover County Schools has a shortage of substitute teachers.

State expands access to COVID-19 rapid testing in K-12 schools

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will be expanding access to COVID-19 rapid testing in K-12 public schools.

Hundreds sign petition to push for in-person UNCW spring graduation

A Change.org petition has been created to push for an in-person University of North Carolina Wilmington graduation this spring.

NCDHHS updates guidance for K-12 schools, instructs them to open for in-person learning

Public schools are expected to open for in-person instruction for K-12 students following the StongSchoolsNC health guidance released on Wednesday by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.  

6 Dr. Seuss books won’t be published for racist images

The business that preserves and protects Dr. Seuss’ legacy has announced it will stop publishing six titles because of racist and insensitive imagery.

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WWAY 5th Quarter: March 5, 2021

Week two of the high school football season didn't disappoint across the Cape Fear with 11 teams in action. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all highlights and final scores on this weeks 5th Quarter.  

Driver crashes into a P.T.’s Grille

Earlier this week, a driver accidentally drove right into a P.T.'s Grille.

Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

A born and bred Columbus County man will soon be on TV screens across the nation.

Church takes communion from the pulpit to the parking lot

Port City Community Church  held a drive thru communion Friday, hoping to reach out to church members who still feel unsafe coming to in-person services.