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700-plus hotel jobs in Charlotte impacted by virus pandemic

The jobs of more than 700 people who work at hotels in Charlotte have been impacted because of the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus.

Wilmington hotels allowed to reopen at 25% capacity

The City of Wilmington extended their state of emergency order Friday, but lifted some restrictions, including allowing hotels to reopen.

Myrtle Beach makes changes to hotel restrictions and more during COVID-19 pandemic

Myrtle Beach made changes to their emergency orders for COVID-19, or coronavirus, on Friday.

Marriott to expand further into home-sharing

Marriott is pushing more heavily into home-sharing, confident that its combination of luxury properties and loyalty points can lure travelers away from rivals like Airbnb.

FEMA to reach out to Hurricane Florence victims still living in hotels

North Carolina residents who are still staying in hotels after Hurricane Florence can expect a call from FEMA about their long-term housing plan.

Hotels begin to evacuate, close doors on guests

Many hotels in our area are beginning to form evacuation plans telling guests they must go somewhere else.

Market Street hotel employee opens up about crime

An employee at one of the hotels on Market Street is speaking out about the crime issues.

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Local Israelis and Palestinians on Netanyahu ousting

With 12 years of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu coming to a close and the rise of a new coalition of political groups across the spectrum, local Israelis and Palestinians are holding their breath.

Wrightsville Beach firefighters raising money for training center in honor of Jeremy Owens

Wrightsville Beach Volunteer Firefighters are raising money to honor a member of the team who died in November.

Southport Howe Street project entering final stages of road construction

Road construction is still ongoing along Howe Street in Southport, six months after the sewer line replacement project began. 

Vaccinated visitors soon can take off masks at Disney World

It will soon be a lot easier to see smiles again at Walt Disney World in Florida. Starting Tuesday, face masks will be optional for theme park visitors who are vaccinated.