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Council approves $27 million in bonds to rebuild Market North Apartments

Wilmington City Council has approved a resolution to let the Wilmington Housing Authority issue $27 million worth of bonds for the rebuild of the Market North Apartments.

Local ministry continues to serve despite ongoing hurricane repairs

A ministry in Porter's Neck may still be under construction after Hurricane Florence, however it is still serving the community and donating food to those in need. Repairs at Liberty Ministries didn't slow down Matthew 25 Wilmington.

Deputies investigating after two people shot in Florence County

Two people are in the hospital after being shot early Saturday morning in a car at the traffic light near the 2200 block of TV Road in Florence, according to Chief Deputy Glen Kirby with the Florence County Sheriff’s Office.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner gives tips on how to prep for hurricanes

Causey reminds us that insurance might be a little pricey, but says it could save you from the cost of rebuilding your entire home after a hurricane.

Churches raise money to cover Florence damage costs

Pastors at both of the Hampstead Churches are looking forward to this new faithful friendship.

‘One Perfect Luau’ raises money for Surfers Healing camp

Every cent of the proceeds went to Surfers Healing.

Messiah Lutheran Church teaches kids the rules of the road for a good cause

Kids ages five and below collected pledges and rode fearlessly for the homeless on trikes, bikes and even strollers.

Pender County Schools proposes compromise for May 1 rally

After missing about 30 instructional days of class time due to Hurricane Florence, Pender County Schools is proposing teachers send two representatives from each school to Raleigh for the May 1 rally.

AG sues Florida tree removal company for alleged price gouging in Wilmington

Attorney General Josh Stein has filed a lawsuit against Canary Tree Service, a Jacksonville, Florida-based tree removal company, and its owner Justin Hartmann, alleging that they price gouged Wilmington-area homeowners after Hurricane Florence.

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Holiday Cooking with Chef Neff: Leftover turkey and collard soup

Once you're tired of turkey sandwiches and casseroles, what's left to do with the Thanksgiving leftovers? Chef Dean Neff of Wilmington's Seabird restaurant recently...

‘It’s different’: Short lines, no crowds for dozens of shoppers this Black Friday

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