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One person transported to hospital following Wednesday night shooting in Wilmington

The Wilmington Police Department responded to a shooting around 9 p.m. Wednesday night in the Houston Moore area.

WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick brings baby Naomi home!

WWAY's Amanda Fitzpatrick gave birth to a baby girl named Naomi last month, and now she is finally home with her parents.

Chocolate Milk of Wilmington dedicated to improving breastfeeding rates

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the percentage of black women who choose to breastfeed is one the rise -- the latest numbers say about 66%, but rates are higher for hispanic and white women.

NHRMC Partnership Advisory Group makes progress at final meeting of 2019

The discussion over whether or not to sell New Hanover Regional Medical Center has been ongoing for months. The Partnership Advisory Group or PAG made some slow and steady progress reviewing the hospital's goals and objectives at their final meeting of 2019 Thursday night.

NHRMC partnership advisory group outlines goals of RFP, talks healthcare costs

The New Hanover Regional Medical Center's partnership advisory group, formed to discuss the controversial decision of whether or not to sell the county-owned hospital, met again Thursday night.

County prepares residents for flu season with mass dispensing exercise

New Hanover County wants to make sure its residents are prepared for this flu season. 

Community speaks out against hospital sale

There was standing room only at the second of two informational meetings about the possible sale of New Hanover Regional Medical Center was held Tuesday morning. 

WPD investigating late-night shooting, but victim not helping

Wilmington Police are investigating a Friday night shooting that sent one person to the hospital.

Construction for NHRMC new orthopedic hospital expected to end late 2020

Construction for the new orthopedic hospital at New Hanover Regional Medical Center is expected to continue into late 2020.

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