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New culinary arts center set to open at Brunswick Community College

Brunswick Community College will open the “Douglas Terhune Center for Culinary Arts” on their main campus later month.

Elizabethtown coffee shop brews off java flights

An Elizabethtown coffee shop has put a fun spin on the way you can get your java fix.

Thousands of frozen Digiorno pizzas recalled due to mislabeling

People who bought Digiorno Crispy Pan Crust Pepperoni pizza may not have gotten what they thought they did.

With more national chains moving in, is downtown Wilmington’s restaurant scene changing?

For Katie Guthrie, owner of Noonie Doodle Sweets & Treats, the excitement of moving into a new store in downtown Wilmington was short lived. 

Cracker Barrel’s Wilmington location adds alcohol to menu

The haven for all things "home cookin'" is about to up the ante in the restaurant world. Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores is now offering alcoholic drinks. 

U-pick blueberry fields open at Lewis Farms

As the U-pick strawberry season winds down in the Cape Fear, Lewis Farms says it's now time to pick another type of berry. 

Pickle-flavored hard seltzer is coming this summer

What started as a 2020 April Fool's joke is becoming reality, giving the hard seltzer hype a controversial twist.

Wilmington’s Greek Festival ‘drive-thru’ festival returns for three days this week

For the second year in a row, Wilmington's Greek Festival will be a drive-through only event later this week but it promises to offer all your favorite Greek delicacies.

Biden touts $28.6B restaurant relief program, orders tacos

President Joe Biden has made a Cinco de Mayo taco and enchilada run to highlight his administration’s $28.6 billion program to help eateries that lost business because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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South Columbus volleyball stays perfect against Whiteville

The Stallions are 17 and 0, and conference champions after defeating Whiteville on Senior Night.

Hornets create scholarships for journalism students in honor of late team beat writer

The Hornets open their season tomorrow, but the team did something today that seems better than an opening night win.

Wilmington City Council approves purchase of 3-D crime scene scanner, ‘aquatic mower’

Wilmington City Council approving the purchase of new tools to assist with various things in the city at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday night.

8 potential jurors advance in Ahmaud Arbery slaying trial

A judge found eight potential jurors qualified to advance Tuesday following intense questioning aimed at finding an impartial jury for the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmaud Arbery, whose slaying last year sparked a national outcry.