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EUE/Screen Gems building studio in Miami

A spokeswoman for EUE/Screen Gems Studios confirmed Friday afternoon that the company plans to construct a movie studio and related facilities in Miami.

Developer wants to build high-end apartments near Echo Farms

videoAnother new apartment complex might be on its way to Wilmington. The Greater Wilmington Business Journal reports a Raleigh developer hopes to build the nicest apartment project in South Wilmington.

Census moves Brunswick Co. into the Myrtle Beach metro stats

U.S. Census population counts for metro Wilmington will no longer include Brunswick County, according to new population shifts in the county and federal guidelines for demography.

Another downtown restaurant closes, state places lien on property

TreBenzios, a downtown Wilmington restaurant and lounge at 141 N. Front St. that officials say closed its doors in late September, is now being targeted by the state for failure to pay sales taxes, according to a state official.

Shuckin’ Shack Oyster Bar to open downtown

A popular Carolina Beach restaurant is opening its second location in downtown Wilmington.

TCBY set to open next month

Another quick serve frozen yogurt shop is set to make its debut in the Port City next month.

BlackFinn, Vida restaurants coming to Downtown Wilmington

Two new upscale restaurants are expected to grace the shorelines of the Cape Fear River by next summer.

Crow Hill closes

As Caffe Phoenix prepares for its July 31 closing, the restaurant that took over the 9 Front St. space Caffe Phoenix originally filled served its last meal Sunday.

Census shows Wilmington still on the grow

Despite its slow recovery from the Great Recession, Wilmington continues to grow. The Port City’s population grew 1.7 percent, to 108,297 residents, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates.

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New Hanover soccer completes season sweep of Hoggard

The Wildcats won 2-0 at Scott Braswell Stadium Wednesday. 

CFCC students bring to life ‘Our Place,’ an on-campus student run dining room

Cape Fear Community College offers more than 160 programs of study and some overlap, allowing students to work with their peers in hands-on work environments. 

WPD: 17-year-old injured in shooting

Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting.

Children and the COVID-19 vaccine: parents on vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11

When it comes to vaccines for children, Pfizer is one step down, with several more to go.