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Attracting talent and tourists: Riverfront Amphitheater brings more customers downtown

Downtown Wilmington is alive and thriving, as thousands of folks celebrated the stars and stripes at the Riverfront Amphitheater's inaugural concert.

Businesses anticipate ‘astounding’ impact from Riverfront Amphitheater opening

Two years in the making, two weeks to go. The long-awaited Riverfront Park and Amphitheater will finally open its doors on July 4.

Front Street Brewery opens new taproom

Front Street Brewery is reopening its event space as a taproom.

Restaurants get ready for curfew’s end Friday

After almost a year of closures and restrictions, Governor Roy Cooper announced starting Friday, North Carolina would start easing some of those measures.

Front Street Brewery offers Thanksgiving special

Front Street Brewery is offering an inexpensive Thanksgiving special Thursday.

Nourish NC and local breweries team up

Local breweries are teaming up with Nourish NC, and together, they're hoping to feed hungry children in the Cape Fear region.

Holiday weekend sparks even larger crowds at Downtown Alive

Downtown Alive has revived many businesses after a devastating hit to the local economy.

Port City Java, Front Street Brewery team up to create coffee-infused beers

Two Wilmington businesses are teaming up to celebrate 25 years of operation with an on-going coffee and craft beer collaboration.

3rd annual Cape Fear Craft Beer Week highlights growing industry

It seems like a new brewery opens in our area every other month. As the industry continues to grow, events like Cape Fear Craft Beer Week help bring attention to what our area has to offer.

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Sampson County man plays $10 scratch-off, wins ‘jumbo’ $1 million prize

Earl Smith of Clinton tried his luck on a $10 scratch-off ticket and won a $1 million prize.

Threat reported to Carolina Beach Elementary deemed ‘non-credible’

A threat reported to Carolina Beach Elementary School has been deemed non-credible, according to the town.

US companies announce plans for gene-edited strawberries

An Idaho company that successfully brought genetically modified potatoes to the market announced an agreement Thursday to help a California-based plant breeding company grow strawberries they say will stay fresh longer and have a longer growing season.

Moores Creek National Battlefield to host nighttime candlelight tour

For the first time in four years, Moores Creek National Battlefield will host a candlelight tour in November that will offer visitors a chance to step back in time to learn about life during the American Revolution in 1776.