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More than fifty people gathered at Greenfield Lake Saturday morning to help Cape Fear River Watch clean up trash.
If you live in Carolina Beach and are throwing out your Christmas tree in the next few weeks, the Cape Fear Surfrider Foundation needs your help.
The presents have been opened. The big meal has been eaten. Soon many of us will start packing up the Christmas decorations. And if you have a real Christmas tree to get rid of, you can recycle it.
South Carolina wildlife officials have set up bins to collect oyster shells, which are used to rebuild reefs used by oysters.
There are still 11 days of Christmas to go, but many of you may already be taking down your decorations. So what do you do with your Christmas tree?
The state Senate wants North Carolina's electronics recycling program repealed.
Coca-Cola and Harris Teeter are working with the City of Wilmington to encourage those who have city trash to recycle.
Trying to figure out what to do with those old electronics you're not supposed to throw in the trash? The answer is starts tomorrow.
Trying to figure out what to do with that old TV or computer? You have a chance to properly dispose of them tomorrow in Wilmington.