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‘Teacher of the Week’ busy prepping students for end of grade tests

As the school year winds down for many across the Cape Fear, it's a critical time as New Hanover County students prep for North Carolina End of Grade (EOG) Tests.

Life After Addiction: Former addict shares how opioids nearly destroyed her

Krista Turner started experimenting with dangerous drugs like hallucinogens when she was in her teens and her struggle with drug addiction continued about 10 years.

West Bladen teacher shares passion about literature with students

Students in Lauren Young's English class are encouraged to do more than simply skim the surface of what they read and to explore the context in which key works of literature were written.

Canetuck Community Center to receive National Register of Historic places status

During the early 20th century, Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald partnered with communities across the South to build, what was considered at the time, state-of-the-art schools for African-American children living in rural and impoverished areas.

Snipes Academy teacher recognized as ‘Teacher of the Week’

Reading time in one fourth-grade class at Snipes Academy of Arts and Design involves reading alone, to each other and one-on-one time with teacher Amanda Kausak.

‘Teacher of the Week’ inspires students to dream big

Walk the halls at Brunswick County Early College High School and you'll see the school's mascot prominently displayed. The Firebird represents rising from ashes to fly again.

Bladen County teacher inspires students to success

Dr. Renee Steele teaches World History to 7th graders at Elizabethtown Middle School. On this day, they're learning about Johannes Gutenberg's printing press.

More than 3,000 angels need your help this holiday season

With widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Florence, many Cape Fear families will likely be struggling this holiday season to provide the basics. For many children, their Christmas wishes may fall to the bottom of "Santa's" list.

Veteran shares message of hope for those considering suicide

Active duty service members and veterans often face a number of barriers when it comes to seeking and receiving the mental health treatment they need.

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Meet Tabitha “Too Shoes”: a two-legged dog with a big heart

She may be small, she may be different, but that doesn't stop her from encouraging people to vote.

President Donald Trump delivers remarks at Robeson County Fairgrounds

This comes shortly after Trump declared his support for a bill that would federally recognize the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.

Health department issues order banning church’s in-person events after COVID-19 outbreak

Mecklenburg County leaders have issued an order barring the church from holding in-person gatherings for the next two weeks.