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New Hanover County teachers come together with the community to celebrate public education

The NCAE Apple RV made a stop in Wilmington today as part of its tour to all 100 counties around North Carolina. 

Teachers still on ‘optional’ workdays, some may work remotely

The North Carolina Association of Educators or NCAE is raising concerns that teachers are being forced to report to work during the ongoing pandemic. They say this leaves them unable to care for children at home and potentially exposes them to coronavirus.

North Carolina group gauges teachers’ support for strike

The North Carolina Association of Educators wants to know how long teachers would stay out of the classroom to get the pay raises and benefits that they want.

Educators: ‘Not a question’ that public education is underfunded

Teachers continue the fight for more - more funding for public education.

‘Teacher of the Week’ advocates for Wrightsboro Elementary fourth-grade students

Before students leave for the start of their summer break, we managed to squeeze in a final school visit to recognize another exceptional "Teacher of the Week."

‘We shouldn’t have to be here’: What NC teachers say they’re fighting for

The streets of Raleigh were full of red today, not just for the hockey game tonight, but for the teachers’ rally which drew thousands of educators from around the state.

Lawmakers divided on teacher rally in Raleigh

It's two sides to the coin. Representatives are divided on the issues teachers are bringing forward but are all welcoming to listen to their concerns.

NC teacher group won’t invite education chief to convention

The NCAE's decision comes one day after Johnson said $35,000 is a good starting salary for some young teachers.

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Carolina Beach boardwalk amusement rides have officially opened to the public

The amusement rides on the Carolina Beach boardwalk are officially up and running for the summer season.

Debris left behind from devastating fire at Paradise Cove Condominiums is being torn down

More than 2 months have passed and today the debris left behind is finally being torn down.

UNCW program hopes to connect Wilmington residents with international students

UNCW is looking to connect its international students with local residents, in an effort to add more comfort to the college experience.

World’s largest swim lesson helps keep kids afloat

As we dive into summer, are area children ready for fun in the sun? With the help of the Nir Family YMCA, they will be. The YMCA partnered with Waves of Wilmington swim team to offer kids across New Hanover County free swim lessons.