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National Gypsum celebrates four decades in Wilmington

Not all of those 40 years have been easy on their associates, but they have bounced back.

National Gypsum planning to reopen Wilmington plant

National Gypsum will soon reopen its plant on Sunnyvale Drive in Wilmington.

Wilmington leaders approve incentive grant money, development agreement for large buildings

Council approved their own grant but with similar conditions New Hanover County leaders asked for a day before.

Commission approves tax incentive plan for National Gypsum

After a lengthy debate for weeks, New Hanover County Commissioners are behind bringing National Gypsum back to Wilmington and providing hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax incentives.

National Gypsum addresses pollution worries

After years away from the Cape Fear, National Gypsum makes its case to come back to Wilmington.

Rep. Deb Butler speaks out against local contaminators

A state lawmaker says she wants to raise awareness about the impacts of pollution to our area in general amid talks of incentives for a company to return to Wilmington.

Wilmington delays public hearing on National Gypsum incentive proposal

Wilmington City Council will not hold a public hearing about the proposed incentive grant for National Gypsum, as previously planned.

New Hanover Co. commissioners delay National Gypsum incentives decision

New Hanover County commissioners delayed the decision on an incentive package for National Gypsum after concerns were raised about formaldehyde emissions.

County Commissioner in favor of bringing back National Gypsum

National Gypsum closed it's plant back in 2009, but now a return and brighter future could be in store.

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