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DA: Here’s how to handle traffic tickets during coronavirus pandemic

If you've received a speeding ticket or other traffic infraction, District Attorney Ben David says there are ways to resolve it without coming down to the New Hanover or Pender County Courthouse.

Historic New Hanover County Courthouse could reopen this fall

It's been nearly 11 months since Hurricane Florence slammed southeastern North Carolina, and the historic courthouse in downtown Wilmington is still closed for repairs. However, that could soon change.

County approves contract for historic courthouse repairs

New Hanover County commissioners approved a contract of more than $400,000 for construction to repair the historic courthouse downtown.

New Hanover County hopes to move meetings back to courthouse by spring

The State of the County is being held in the New Hanover County Government Center because the old courthouse is still going through repairs.

Former middle school assistant appears in court for child sex crimes

A former Myrtle Grove Middle School teacher's assistant charged with sexually abusing a minor had his first day in court Monday afternoon.

District Attorney gives State of the District Address

People filled a New Hanover County courtroom Thursday morning, but it was not for a court case.

Duke Energy wants to raise rates, public hearing Thursday

Duke Energy wants to raise rates nearly 17 percent, but first the North Carolina Utilities Commission wants to hear from you.

Child testifies against accused kidnapper in trial

Day four of the Douglas Edwards trial continued today. Edwards is the man accused of kidnapping a 6-year-old girl in New Hanover County last year.

Bond reduced more than $50M for man charged in 2-year-old’s death

The man charged in the death of a 2-year-old had his bond lowered this morning by more than $50 million.

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New Hanover Wildcats ready to right ship after below average spring season

The New Hanover Wildcats finished a football season with a record of .500 or worse for the first time in a decade in the pandemic-shortened season of the spring of 2021.

UNCW says no students have tried using fake vaccine cards to bypass testing requirements

As administrators prepare for the upcoming fall semester and COVID-19 continues to spread, college and university officials are met with a new challenge of detecting fake COVID-19 vaccination cards.

Suspect arrested after officer-involved shooting

The suspect then veered at the deputy as the suspect tried to hit the officer with his vehicle. Both WPD and NHCSO fired upon the suspect, striking him at least once.

Resort style rental property project proposed for the town of Navassa

A resort style rental community might be coming to the town of Navassa.