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Support the Port among winners of disaster recovery grant

A Wilmington organization will get a $25,000 grant to put towards health and wellness recovery from Hurricane Florence.

Pop-up market benefits those affected by grocery store fire

When a grocery store in Wilmington burned down in the beginning of May, it left a void for those in the Greenfield neighborhood who relied on it. Over the weekend, Support the Port and Nourish NC got together to hold a pop-up farmers market for those affected.

Support the community with So Fresh and So Clean Saturdays

Local organizations have joined forces to help encourage and give back to those in our community who need it most.

Support The Port hosts ‘Fresh Chance Friday’ event

A fresh start. That might be the only thing you need to get on the road to a better life. Support The Port brought together many local organizations to help give people just that.

Hundreds attend annual Stop the Violence, Start the Peace Rally

Support the Port is a non-profit organization that aims to enhance and provide a renewed sense of community ownership for underserved communities.

Support the Port gives away free turkeys

Thanksgiving is just two days away, and on Tuesday morning groups in the Port City made sure families in need have something on the table.

Stack the Pack: School supplies wanted for area students

Pinnacle Family Chiropractic has teamed up with Support the Port and AllAboutWilmington.com to help the youth in the community through “Stack the Pack”.

Support the Port localizes “A Different World”

A local non-profit organization is getting a lot of attention for a video they put together that brings a blast from the past.

2nd Annual Stop the Violence, Start the Peace Rally this Saturday!

The Support the Port Foundation is holding their 2nd Annual Stop the Violence, Start the Peace Rally this weekend during the Azalea Festival.

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‘It breaks my heart.’: Mother grieving after son’s grave desecrated

Thefts involving valuable metals are on the rise. Now, some thieves are taking things a step further, stealing bronze flower vases from gravesites and selling them for scrap metal. It's something one grieving mother is trying to keep from happening to anyone else.

‘Peer Fishin’ Festival’ returns to Ocean Crest Pier, raising the spirits of disabled veterans

After being cancelled for the past two years due to a hurricane and the pandemic, the Operation North State annual 'Peer Fishin' Festival' is back at the Ocean Crest Pier in Oak Island. 

New findings by North Carolina State University raise more concerns around PFAS’s in the Cape Fear

Four years ago, one of those chemicals (GenX) was found in our drinking water in the Cape Fear River. A recent study has given rise to more concern surrounding the 'forever chemicals'. 

Colorado school district investigating claims that teachers taped masks to students’ faces

School officials are investigating allegations that some students were made to tape their masks to their faces.