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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.

NCWorks Career Centers offers online resources to help job seekers

From retail stores to restaurants, lots of businesses across the Cape Fear have closed due COVID-19 leaving thousands wondering when they'll be able to return to work.

‘Teacher of the Week’ combines enthusiasm and technology to help students achieve in math

A Pender County teacher who is known for his enthusiasm and use of technology is helping students overcome challenges to learning and comprehension of math.

North Brunswick High School math teacher picked as ‘Teacher of the Week’

As teachers retire or leave the profession altogether, there's an ongoing need for public school teachers and that need is especially prevalent among special education, science and math teachers.

FBI warns about prevalence of online romance scams

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says lots of people fall prey to online romance scams also known confidence fraud.

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New Hanover County health expert gives guidance on Halloween celebrations

On Tuesday the CDC released guidance on Halloween during COVID-19, discouraging families from trick-or-treating. Now a local health expert is weighing in.

Mother thankful for man who saved her 6-year-old son at Kure Beach

A day trip to Kure Beach nearly turned into a tragedy for one North Carolina family, but thanks to the quick actions of a good samaritan that wasn't the case. 

National Hispanic Heritage month and the Coronavirus

Every September 15-October 15, Americans celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, a time set aside to commemorate the histories, cultures, and contributions of the Latinx people. But this year, the Latinx community has had to adapt.

Judge hears lawsuit attempting to delay NHRMC sale

A judge is hearing the Save Our Hospital's request for a restraining order to delay the sale/partnership of NHRMC.