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Traffic picks up throughout the Cape Fear for the 4th of July weekend

This 4th of July is expected to be one of the busiest years for travel in recent memory as people look to get out of their homes even with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Summer golf camps for kids in full swing at max capacity

Sporting events and schools have been shut down for months now due to covid-19, but something that hasn't slowed down this summer are sports camps. In reality, they are seeing high numbers than usual.
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Town of Navassa votes to limit police patrol car use

There will be changes coming to the Navassa Police Department in the coming weeks. On Tuesday, a vote by town passed in favor of limiting the use of patrol cars when off duty. 
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UNCW student-athletes speaking out against racism

Athletes all across the nation have had their voices heard when it comes to the Black Lives Matter movement, but over the last month the number of athletes has grown. Student-athletes at UNCW are now adding their voices into the mix. 

New Hanover County schools to allow limited athletic workouts on July 6th

New Hanover County Schools announced on Friday night they will allow athletes to resume limited activity on July 6th at the counties four high schools.
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A tough decision leads to Wilmington Sharks canceling 2020 season

The summer months in the Cape Fear are known for things like beaches and baseball. Unfortunately with an ongoing pandemic there will not be the latter this year for the Wilmington Sharks collegiate baseball team.  
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Drive-in concert series kicks off at the Wilson Center

Cape Fear Community College kicked off their summer concert series Thursday night at Wilson Center in downtown Wilmington.
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Day one of “Downtown Alive” project brings a spike in business

It was a perfect night for businesses and restaurants in downtown Wilmington on Thursday as they kicked off their new "Downtown Alive" project. 
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Black Lives Matter movement shares message at 1898 Memorial

Protesters across the Cape Fear are sticking to their message when it comes to racial injustice in the City of Wilmington. Protesters with the Wilmington Black Lives Matter chapter took their voices to the 1898 Memorial Park on Wednesday. 

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