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Santa Claus is still coming to Mayfaire

Good news! Santa Claus is planning his trip down from the North Pole to see families at Mayfaire in Wilmington, though visits will look a little different from years past.

Phase 2.5 allows local trampoline park to reopen

This Saturday, Flip N Fly's doors are flying back open. The locally owned trampoline park opened in 2018, but like many other businesses, had to shut down at the beginning of the pandemic.

Mask dispute at local store leads to man being charged with assault

Tensions were high in a Wilmington grocery store as a man can be seen on video yelling at a woman for not wearing a face mask.

Athleta to open next week at Mayfaire

Mayfaire’s newest retailer, Athleta, opens on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 at 10 am.

UPDATE: No charges filed following attempted robbery

Wilmington Police said a 66-year-old man was taken into custody after an attempted bank robbery on Thursday.

Florida brothers sentenced in international scheme to defraud Belk

Two men behind a scheme involving items bought at Belk department stores using stolen bank account information and then sold on the black market were sentenced in federal court Tuesday.

Military Cutoff Road extension project now expected to finish in fall 2022

Construction to extend Military Cutoff Road is now expected to continue further into 2022.

Here’s how kids can visit Santa in a sensory-friendly environment

Children with special needs are invited to share a magical moment with Santa Claus at Mayfaire.

Santa Claus is coming to Mayfaire

Santa Claus is on his way to Wilmington, and Mayfaire is celebrating his arrival with a party fit for your favorite big man in red.

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Bald Head Island officers fired in 2014 awarded $700k in lawsuit

A federal judge has sided with four former Bald Head Island Public Safety Officers who filed a lawsuit after they were fired six years ago.

NC audit questions monitoring of virus funds for education

State Auditor Beth Wood's office says North Carolina’s education department has failed to monitor sufficiently whether over $140 million in federal coronavirus relief money was used properly or met its intended purposes.

Mayor declares Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day

Mayor Bill Saffo has declared Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day.