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Wilmington walking tour teaches kids about city’s history

Dozens of third graders hit the streets of Wilmington Tuesday morning to learn about the city's history.

Most threatened historic places exhibit on display in Wilmington

Historic Wilmington Foundation displays eight of the most threatened places in the Cape Fear region.

With 50 years of results, Historic Wilmington Foundation changed the preservation conversation

The count isn't exact, but according to executive director George Edwards, the Historic Wilmington Foundation has saved more than 110 historic Port City buildings.

Historic Wilmington Foundation celebrates 50 years

The Historic Wilmington Foundation is celebrating its 50th anniversary with events around the Cape Fear.

Run to Preserve Historic Wilmington this Thursday

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The 15th Annual 'Race for Preservation' is set to hit the streets of historic downtown Wilmington this Thursday. Runners and walkers...

List reveals most threatened historic sites in Wilmington

Today the Historic Wilmington Foundation announced their list of the most threatened historic sites of Wilmington for the tenth year in a row.

5K Run for Preservation

videoHundreds of runners crowded the streets of Downtown Wilmington Thursday night for the 5K run for Preservation.

New marker symbolizes rebirth for historic building

videoA historic downtown Wilmington building now dons a shiny new plaque. From a Masonic hall to a grocery store, music venue to nightclub and now pizza place, the Masonic Hall building at 125 Market Str. has seen it all.

Eight sites added to, one saved from Most Threatened Historic Places list

videoThe Historic Wilmington Foundation released its list of the Most Threatened Historic Places in our area today. Bricks, two-lane roads, buildings and much more are on the ninth edition of the list.

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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.