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Rain can’t dampen spirits as annual Azalea Garden Tour gets started

Not even steady rain could stop the Azalea Garden Tour's ribbon cutting ceremony at the Smits garden.

YMCA unveils state of the art facility after 2015 fire

After years of waiting, the YMCA of Southeastern North Carolina unveiled its new building. Hundreds came to the ribbon cutting this morning, where many were happy to see the Y's return.

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee celebrates Charleston location opening

The cafe, located at 159 Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina, opened its doors Thursday at 10 a.m.

Wounded Warrior center to open at Camp Lejeune

videoThe Marine Corps General James F. Amos will be on the Marine Corps Base to help celebrate the opening of a Warrior Hope and Care Center with a ribbon cutting.

New NC lab, medical examiner’s office to open

North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue is scheduled to cut the ribbon on a new facility to house the State Laboratory of Public Health and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

Azalea Festival in full bloom

video The queen has been crowned. Gardens across Wilmington are prepped and ready to go and the ribbon has been cut. The 2012 North Carolina Azalea Festival is officially in full bloom.

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COVID-19 assistance for farmers market operators and local food hubs

Beginning Oct. 1, farmers markets operators and local food hubs can apply for assistance through the COVID-19 Emergency Aid for Farmers Market Operators and Local Food Hubs program.

Person falls off Oak Island Pier, clings to piling until rescued

A man was rescued from the ocean Wednesday morning after they fell off the end of the Oak Island Pier, according to Oak Island Water Rescue. 

‘Negative, uncivil’: Voters react to chaotic first 2020 presidential debate

People around the nation and right here in the Cape Fear are still digesting the fiery debate Tuesday night between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.