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Parents call for Plan A in New Hanover County schools, Board of Education delays decision

The Board of Education made no changes to school plans during its regular meeting on Tuesday, leaving many parents frustrated and some teachers breathing a sigh of relief.

Commissioners to consider revised agreement for Government Center

Instead of leasing the new Government Center once it's redeveloped, the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners plans to instead finance the construction of the facility.

County talks full-time in-person learning for K-5, approves bonus for school employees

At its regular meeting Monday, the New Hanover County Commission discussed a desire opening elementary schools full-time, and approved a bonus for teachers and other employees.

New Hanover County Commissioners sworn in, new rehab facility approved

Three commissioners were sworn in to the New Hanover County Commission Monday afternoon.

New Hanover County Commission ‘interested in’ full-time in person learning for elementary schools

On Monday, the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners will discuss the possibility of moving to full-time, in-person learning for elementary schools.

League of Women Voters of Lower Cape Fear offering candidate forums

The League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear is conducting a series of online candidate forums in September.

Novant offers UNC School of Medicine in proposed NHRMC partnership

Novant Health is bringing more to the table in its offer to partner with or outright buy New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Commissioners approve recommendation for next steps in NHRMC exploration

New Hanover County Commissioners voted to move forward with the next steps in exploring the future of New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Commissioner troubled over handling of race and gender questions on Census

New Hanover County leaders have sent a formal request to the US Census Bureau to reconsider how it handles questions that remain unanswered.

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