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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.

2017 Most Threatened Historic places

The annual announcement is a pledge on the part of the foundation to work to preserve the unique architectural heritage and quality of life of southeastern North Carolina.

Wilmington Historic Foundation reveals new list of threatened historic places

One organization is continuing the fight to protect and preserve threatened historic sites across the Cape Fear. The Historic Wilmington Foundation made its annual announcement of the most threatened places across the area Wednesday afternoon.

Historic Wilmington Foundation’s 20th annual Preservation Awards

The Historic Wilmington Foundation held their 20th annual Preservation Awards ceremony tonight.

Most Threatened Historic Places exhibit on tour

A traveling exhibit featuring the Historic Wilmington Foundation's Most Threatened Historic Places is on tour throughout various libraries in Brunswick County.

Runners participate in Trick or Trot for Preservation

Hundreds participated in the annual Trick or Trot Saturday at Greenfield Lake in support of the Wilmington Historic Preservation.

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Lane closures scheduled to preserve Brunswick county bridge

N.C. Department of Transportation plans to work to preserve a Brunswick County bridge is scheduled to begin this weekend and last for several months.

Good Shepherd Center prepares to reopen with full meal service and day shelter

Wilmington's Good Shepherd Center prepares to open its Soup Kitchen doors for full-time weekday breakfast and lunch distribution, and the day shelter will also offer services to homeless people in the Cape Fear.

UNCW issued latest Covid-19 requirements

UNCW will temporarily require face coverings in indoor settings. 

Volunteers needed for clean up at Riverfront Park

Cape Fear River Watch and Island Wildlife - Cape Fear Region are partnering together to clean up Riverfront Park at 10 Cowan St. and the surrounding downtown area on Sunday.