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Suspect surrenders after chase ends in crash near Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office was involved in a chase Friday night that ended at the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge.

Wrightsville Beach farmers’ market summer season begins Monday

From locally-grown produce to unique craft vendors, the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market is a long-time tradition which begins its summer season Monday.

Paddle NC sees spike in customers as business resumes

Memorial Day weekend brought warm weather and three days off bringing people out of their home. It turned into a much needed spike in revenue for local water sport businesses.

NCHSAA extends dead period to June 15th, eyeing return of sports

High School athletes across the state of North Carolina have been out of sports for nearly two months now with the covid-19 outbreak. On Tuesday, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released information on when those athletes may get to resume activities.

Boater safety looms large headed into Memorial Day weekend

The open water across the Cape Fear is expected to be packed this weekend for Memorial Day as boaters prepare for the unofficial start to summer.

PAG meets following changes in proposals to buy, partner with NHRMC

The Partnership Advisory Group met on Thursday night to once again discuss the possible sale or partnership of New Hanover Regional Medical Center, following an announcement from UNC Health about its proposal.

UNCW Baseball coach remembers his time as teammates with Michael Jordan

On April 29th, 2019 Randy Hood was named the next head baseball coach at UNCW, but you have to go back to 1994 to find his final season playing the game professional. That is a year in baseball that will forever be etched in history, brought back to life by ESPN's 'The Last Dance' documentary on Michael Jordan.

Wilmington girl celebrating one year anniversary of second heart transplant

Hannah Dombrowski has gone through more in eight years of her young life than many people do in their entire lifetime. It started out when she was just a baby and a inoperable tumor formed on her heart. That diagnosis forced doctors at Duke Children's Hospital to perform a heart transplant. 

Wilmington hotels allowed to reopen at 25% capacity

The City of Wilmington extended their state of emergency order Friday, but lifted some restrictions, including allowing hotels to reopen.

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