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BCS: 54% of middle schoolers, 38% of high schoolers are failing at least one class

We're continuing to learn how the pandemic is affecting students as many are primarily still learning from home.

Interim Penderlea principal approved as full-time

Fuller began serving as principal on a temporary basis on Oct. 1.

Pender County Schools releases failure rates from first quarter of 2020-2021 year

Pender County Schools released data on the failure rates from the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.

Board votes in favor of Plan A for Pender elementary schools

The Pender County Board of Education has voted to reverse a decision it made last week about in-person learning for some students.

Pender County elementary schools to remain under hybrid plan, high school plan adjusted

The Pender County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to keep elementary schools under a hybrid of in-person and virtual learning for the time being.

Parents, school districts, others react to Gov. Cooper’s announcement on schools

Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday that elementary schools will have the option to open for full-time in person learning.

Heide Trask soccer standout signs letter of intent

The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on high school athletes around the country. Today, however, there was reason to celebrate for one local athlete in the Cape Fear. 

Pender County schools in need of bottled water donations

With COVID-19 restrictions keeping water foundations and bottle refilling stations closed, Pender County Schools want to make sure students are staying hydrated.

New program allows elementary school students to report abuse in Pender County

Pender County Schools is rolling out a new way for students to report abuse.

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New Hanover County Commissioners approve new $53 million government center

New Hanover County will be getting a new government center after a vote by county commissioners Tuesday evening.

Wilmington City Council approves WWII Heritage signs, Rail Trail master plan

The city famous for hosting the annual Azalea Festival received the distinction in 2020 of becoming America's first World War II Heritage City. Leaders voted Tuesday night to ensure anyone driving into the city is aware of that.

West Brunswick girls basketball falls to Ashley in season opener

The Ashley Screamin' Eagles used a 21 point halftime lead on Tuesday night to approve to 4-1 on the year beating West Brunswick, 68-44.

UNCW comeback falls short in back to back with Towson

Visiting UNCW stormed back from a 15-point deficit with five minutes left to pull within one possession, but came up short in a 78-74 loss as Towson swept an early-week Colonial Athletic Association series on Tuesday at SECU Arena.