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Smiles on us: dentists help those without insurance smile easy

They say you're never fully dressed without a smile. But what if that smile causes embarrassment or serious health conditions?

Bars open indoor spaces Friday night

Downtown Wilmington looked a whole lot different Friday night. Starting at five o'clock, bars could open indoors at 30 percent capacity.

Locals react to lesser COVID restrictions

This Wednesday, Governor eased Coronavirus restrictions in North Carolina. In Leland, residents responded, saying these lesser restrictions could not come at a better time.

Restaurants get ready for curfew’s end Friday

After almost a year of closures and restrictions, Governor Roy Cooper announced starting Friday, North Carolina would start easing some of those measures.

‘Teacher of the Week’ makes kindergarten fun despite new COVID-19 rules

The pandemic disrupted schools nearly a year ago and its been a challenging time for students especially younger kids who have had to do remote learning or socially distance themselves while at school with classmates.

Art for All helps local artists

50 of the best local artists gathered downtown, showing off and selling unique pottery, paintings, jewelry, and so much more.

Columbus County church leaders and health workers partner for vaccine rollout

"We have to have faith in our scientists as well as faith in God. Because God put scientists here for a reason. So that we could get through this pandemic." Church leaders and healthcare workers are teaming up to debunk coronavirus vaccine myths.

Cameron Art’s Second Sunday concerts support local artists

Sunday, the Cameron Art Museum held a sold out, socially distanced Valentine's Day concert. It's all part of their Second Sunday program held with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.

Local church holding drive-thru Ash Wednesday

The pandemic has forced many of us to miss out on cherished traditions and holidays the way we knew them. But this week, the Bridge Presbyterian Church in Leland is adapting the beginning of Lent, keeping it safe, and getting creative.

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Brunswick County announces two pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Brunswick County is having two pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics Thursday and Friday at Town Creek in Winnabow and at Smithville Park in Southport.

More bills seek to increase attendance at NC school events

More North Carolina state legislators are trying to get more spectators at school sporting events or college graduations that are beyond what Gov. Roy Cooper’s COVID-19 latest executive order allows.

Davis, Olsen signing 1-day contracts to retire as Panthers

Linebacker Thomas Davis and tight end Greg Olsen are signing one-day contracts to retire as members of the Carolina Panthers.

Bladen deputies find body in creek near White Oak; believed to be missing man

The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after receiving a tip about a body found in a creek off of Burney Road near White Oak on Wednesday afternoon.