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GE Hitachi consolidating vendors, 261 employees transitioning

GE Hitachi is changing vendors they use to support maintenance work at power plants across the country.

Middle schoolers build weather stations at annual Girls in Technology summit

GE Hitachi hosted its annual Girls in Technology summit at UNCW Thursday.

Prescribed burn scheduled at GE Wilmington site

The North Carolina Forest Service is scheduled to conduct and manage a prescribed burn Thursday on a remote portion of the GE Wilmington site.

GE Hitachi Nuclear confirms Wilmington layoffs

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has confirmed workers have been laid off at its Wilmington facility.

GE Hitachi laying off undisclosed number of workers

The company says employees who are affected by the cuts will get "a comprehensive benefits package, including educational benefits and assistance with outplacement services."

GE Wilmington raise thousands for United Way of Cape Fear

A check for nearly 410,000 dollars was presented to the organization on Monday.

Nuclear Science Week Big Event happening at UNCW

Folks in Wilmington are celebrating Nuclear Science Week.

Registration open for Nuclear Science Week events

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy and Duke Energy today announced that registration for the 7th Annual Nuclear Science Week “Big Event” is open.

Surfers Healing gives kids with autism a chance to surf in Wrightsville Beach

The 11th Annual Surfers Healing event was held in Wrightsville Beach Monday which gives kids with autism an opportunity to surf.

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