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NC Lt. Gov. Robinson releases report saying some teachers abuse position to indoctrinate kids

The report comes months after Robinson formed a task force and asked people to submit examples of indoctrination occurring in schools.

Association of Educators wants more vaccines before moving to Plan A

With just one week before New Hanover County elementary schools are set to move into Plan A, some teachers still don't feel comfortable with the current plans.

Gov. Roy Cooper talks COVID-19, schools, vaccine delays

On Thursday, Governor Roy Cooper held a news conference to discuss COVID-19, weather concerns, and a push for in-person schooling for all students.

Columbus County Schools moving to all-virtual instruction next week

Columbus County Schools have announced that they will be moving to all virtual instruction for all students, grades Pre-K through 12.

Columbus County Schools confirm two positive cases of Coronavirus

Columbus County Schools has confirmed two positive cases in two separate schools.

Pender County Schools’ students under precautionary quarantine

A precautionary quarantine has been issues for several Pender County Schools' students

NHCS school board votes on scenarios for reopening schools

Plans for reopening schools in North Carolina are still up in the air.

Cooper says reveal on N.C. schools plan to come next week

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says a decision on how public schools will start the year teaching students during the COVID-19 pandemic will come next week.

High school seniors in Brunswick County protest graduation ceremony changes

High school seniors from across Brunswick County came together Friday evening in protest of the school system's new plan for graduation.

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Many people gather in downtown Wilmington for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival

Today you may have seen a sea of green in downtown, where many people gathered for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival to celebrate "Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day".

The first coding center for kids in Wilmington holds an open house

 The first coding center for kids in the area has officially opened up shop, and today it welcomed parents and kids to check out a fun way to learn about coding.

‘Love Me, Don’t Hurt Me’ event held to tackle issue of children’s safety in schools

Keeping children safe at school is a growing concern around the country and the Cape Fear. An event was held Saturday at the Derick Davis Center at Maides Park to take on the issue, with the theme being 'Love Me, Don't Hurt Me'.

Hundreds turn out for the annual Dragon Boat Regatta in Carolina Beach

Dozens of people competed for the top trophy and bragging rights in the annual Dragon Boat Regatta race Saturday afternoon.