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Historic Wilmington Foundation celebrating 54 years of preserving buildings in the Cape Fear

While a number of things are on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Historic Wilmington Foundation is staying busy in a number of ways as it celebrates National Preservation Month.

Historic Wilmington Foundation sponsoring speech preservation contest

The Historic Wilmington Foundation (HWF) is sponsoring a speech contest to encourage high school juniors and seniors to learn more about historically significant buildings and a chance to win scholarship money. 

Historic Wilmington Foundation announces list of ‘Most Threatened Places’

The Historic Wilmington Foundation announced the 12 new sites around the Cape Fear on the list of "Most Threatened Places" for 2019 and 2020.

Plaque commemorates historic role of Williston High School

The Historic Wilmington Foundation is honoring an historic building that played a major role in the lives of thousands of students in the Port City.

Pints for Preservation: Enjoy a brew and keep history alive

The Bellamy Mansion Museum, Historic Wilmington Foundation and Wilmington Brewing Company will host Pints for Preservation next month.

Historic Wilmington bungalow to become seafood restaurant

A 120-year-old Wilmington home is set to be relocated and transformed into a southern seafood eatery this summer.

Historic Wilmington home to be moved, become restaurant

Historic Wilmington Foundation (HWF) says a turn-of-the-century bungalow will soon be moved and become a restaurant.

Historic Wilmington Foundation executive director retiring

The executive director of the Historic Wilmington Foundation for more than 10 years has decided to step down.

‘Tar Heels Go Walking’ tour kicks off 9th year in Wilmington

The Historic Wilmington Foundation and New Hanover County Schools kicked off The Tar Heels Go Walking for the 9th season this morning.

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Free COVID-19 testing site opening in New Hanover County

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North Carolina to get nearly 3.2M BinaxNOW virus tests

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