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Turtle rescue center unable to host visitors during pandemic and bring in needed donations

The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center is closed to visitors this summer due to the Coronavirus but a number of volunteers are staying busy helping to preserve and protect sea turtle nests, nesting females and hatchlings along Topsail Island's 26 miles of coastline.

Retired judge urging Pender Co. commissioners to take steps towards racial healing

Following George Floyd's death in May, demonstrators across the country have either toppled or called for the removal of many civil war memorials in cities and towns across the country.

Local nonprofit hosting events to mark 30th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law 30 years ago and the nonprofit Disability Resource Center is hosting a number of events to celebrate the anniversary of this important civil rights law.

Wilson Center Drive-In Concerts to feature Cape Fear performers

From classic rock to bluegrass, the Wilson Center and the Cape Fear Community College Foundation will be kicking off the Wilson Center Drive-In Concert Thursday night. 

UNCW alumnus remembers Patricia Leonard’s multi-generational impact on students

For nearly 40 years, Patricia "Pat" Leonard was a driving force at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Winter Park Elementary encouraging students to learn about composting

From egg shells and coffee grounds to banana peels and avocado pits, your kitchen waste is 'garden gold.'

Multi-agency safety initiative aims to crack down on alcohol-related accidents

As North Carolina eases some restrictions put in place to help stem the spread of the Coronavirus lots of people are expected to be on the highways and waterways for the Memorial Day holiday.

Businesses adhering to COVID-19 guidelines likely to win favor from customers, Wilmington mayor says

Businesses and parks across the state are part of the first wave of places allowed to reopen when North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper's modified statewide stay-at-home order takes effect Friday afternoon.

Concerns about coronavirus causing patients to delay seeking care

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to drag on, many health professionals are concerned about patients who have postponed seeking needed care out of fear of being exposed to others in hospitals who are being treated for COVID-19.

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