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Georgia boy chosen as first face of Gerber baby food with special needs

Gerber announced a sweet new addition to the family with the results of its eighth annual Gerber Baby Photo Search.

New Jersey mom abandoned special needs son, 10, in woods, says police

A woman has been arrested for allegedly abandoning her 10-year-old special needs son in the woods, the New Jersey State Police say.

Bitty and Beau’s event: ‘Spread the Word to End the Word’

A Bitty and Beau's event called "Spread the Word to End the Word" is asking guests to pledge to end the use of the word "retarded".

Special needs student’s death ruled a homicide; restrained by staffers

The state Department of Human Services says student David Hess was restrained and punched by staffers at Wordsworth Academy in October after he was suspected of stealing an iPod and became aggressive.

Wilmington Night to Shine event puts on special prom for hundreds

It is s a worldwide event that gives people with special needs a night they will not forget. And this year Wilmington joined the Night to Shine movement sponsored by the Tim Tebow foundation.

Santa to make a special stop at Airlie Gardens

Mark your calendars because Santa Claus is coming to town. Saint Nick is gearing up to come to the Cape Fear a little bit early this year to meet some very amazing kids.

Teacher of the Week: Evoria Daniels

Evoria Daniels spends her days helping her students become productive members of their community. As an Exceptional Children's teacher at Town Creek Elementary School she considers herself an advocate for students who can't help themselves.

Business preparing for ‘special’ Halloween parade

For the fourth year in a row, 101 Mobility is bringing Halloween to special needs students by creating unique costumes.

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Her horses help heal

videoKim Niggel is our Extraordinary Person of the Week, because of her efforts to help all walks of life enjoy some of the simple pleasures of life. She does so with the help of horses and a few other animals.

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Cape Fear churches continue to adapt worship services during the pandemic

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and local churches continue to adapt as the pandemic alters their Sunday services.

New Hanover County 4-H holds annual award ceremony virtually

On Sunday, the New Hanover County 4-H held its annual award ceremony celebrating and recognizing the achievements of New Hanover County 4-H members, volunteers, and friends of 2020.

Deadly shooting near Duke University

People who live in the area say it’s a mostly quiet community made up of families and Duke students.