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Publix announces opening date for Carolina Beach store

A long-awaited new grocery store on Pleasure Island is about ready to open its doors.

Publix to host hiring events for new Carolina Beach store

A new grocery store coming to Pleasure Island is looking to hire for a variety of jobs.

Residents declare ‘We love Publix,’ but Harris Teeter gets another chance to build

After 13 years of promises to build a new Harris Teeter, Carolina Beach residents rallied at a town council meeting Tuesday to say they are tired of waiting.

Publix coming to new shopping center in Carolina Beach

An update on what will be going into The Federal Point Shopping Center in Carolina Beach.

Demo starts at Federal Point Shopping Center in Carolina Beach

The long awaited demolition of Carolina Beach's Federal Point Shopping Center is underway, but the confusion over what's next continues.

Largest Harris Teeter in the world finds home in eastern NC

The largest Harris Teeter in the world opened its doors to shoppers Wednesday morning.

Harris Teeter recalls frozen yogurt because of allergy concerns

Harris Teeter has issued a voluntarily recall of Harris Teeter Low Fat Frozen Yogurt Cookies & Cream because of undeclared peanut products.

Grocery stores slowly reopening, deliveries on the way

Bare grocery store shelves should soon start refilling with food, as delivery trucks are making their way to southeastern North Carolina.

Kroger, Harris Teeter to phase out plastic bags at all stores

The nation's largest grocery chain has begun to phase out the use of plastic bags as more Americans grow uncomfortable with their environmental impact.

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Seattle ups its outdoor dining game, Seahawks-style

Tickets are $100 per person, plus tax and a service charge. Diners eat their meals under an open-sided tent on the field, near the north end zone.

McMaster, 22 other governors against ‘biased’ funding allocation in new stimulus package

“Unlike all previous federal funding packages, the new stimulus proposal allocates aid based on a state’s unemployed population rather than its actual population," McMaster said.

Pandemic leaves tribes without US recognition at higher risk

Without federal funding, tribal leaders say they are less-equipped to prevent infections and curb the significant economic toll the pandemic has had on their communities.

Myrtle Beach extends COVID-19 state of emergency through March 31

Retail, restaurant and accommodation staff must also wear a mask whenever they are in public areas or working with the public.