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Report: Dough company didn’t report tampering with screws

A newspaper reports that a Maine company that produces pizza dough and is the focus of a tampering investigation received three complaints about screws in the dough that were never reported to the Food and Drug Administration.

Forest Hills Global Elementary holds food drive for world hunger

In honor of World Food Day this month, Forest Hills Global Elementary School is holding its 5th annual food drive.

Restaurant Week: See who is cooking up specials in Southport-Oak Island area

Residents and visitors can enjoy the culinary artists in the Southport-Oak Island area this week.

Chick-fil-A is coming to Shallotte

The Town of Shallotte is about to eat more chicken.

Tomatoes, turnips rule in big year for veggie gardening

The year of the new coronavirus was also the year of new gardeners trying to grow their own vegetables.

Subway bread isn’t bread, Irish court says

Ireland’s Supreme Court has ruled that bread sold by the fast food chain Subway contains so much sugar that it cannot be legally defined as bread.

Kraft pumpkin spice mac & cheese coming this fall

Pumpkin spice mac and cheese is coming but there's a catch.

Chick-fil-A testing new chicken sandwich in the Carolinas

Chick-fil-A is menu-testing a new chicken sandwich this fall in parts of North and South Carolina.

Brad Paisley, wife fights hunger with 1 million meal pledge

Country music star Brad Paisley and his wife are expanding their effort to fight hunger.

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Deputy in hospital after being struck by SUV on Carolina Beach Road

The vehicle is described as a dark in color 2004 Chevy SUV with a missing front headlight and side mirror.

UNCW calls fall semester a success, will test students for COVID-19 more frequently in spring

Students at UNCW are getting ready to head home for the holidays as the school watches rising numbers of COVID-19 cases around the country.

New Hanover & Topsail changing classes in latest NCHSAA realignment plan

Two Cape Fear area high schools are set to move up a classification after the North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced its first draft for realignment in the next four year cycle. 

Despite challenges Seaside Chapel Living Nativity open in Carolina Beach

It's been a tough week for Seaside Chapel in Carolina Beach. Last Sunday part of their Living Nativity set came toppling to the ground because of a storm, but with help from the community they were ready for opening night on Friday.