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Downtown Alive extended through Thanksgiving

It's gotten a thumbs up from customers, business owners, and people all over Wilmington. Now it’s gotten a further thumbs up from the city to extend the weekly event through Thanksgiving.

Downtown Alive is expanding its reach in Wilmington

Downtown Alive is expanding the program with the goal of helping more businesses

Businesses ask City of Wilmington for Downtown Alive extension

For nearly two months, parts of Princess and Front Streets in Wilmington have been shut down during certain hours on weekends for an ongoing event called Downtown Alive. Now the Downtown Business Alliance is looking to extend the program, speaking before city council Tuesday night.

Downtown Wilmington to expand outdoor dining throughout summer

Things are looking up for downtown Wilmington businesses that suffered losses due to COVID-19 as the city council unanimously votes to expand outdoor dining through Labor Day.

Downtown Wilmington restaurants prepare, make changes ahead Phase 2 of reopening

With Governor Roy Cooper's announcement that North Carolina will enter Phase 2 of reopening Friday, restaurants in downtown Wilmington are gearing up for this weekend.

Downtown Wilmington business leaders working to stimulate local businesses

Downtown Wilmington business leaders are working to help stimulate businesses that are still open.

City holds first public meeting on new noise ordinance draft

Wilmington city leaders are changing the laws that tell you you're too loud. Monday they gave the public a chance to weigh in on the latest noise ordinance draft.

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Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington announces new principal

The Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington has announced that Kate Tayloe will serve as the school's new principal.

Wilmington Police investigating stabbing

Wilmington Police are investigating after one person was stabbed on Alabama Avenue this afternoon.

To mask or not to mask? Parents weigh in on kids wearing masks in the classroom

Students are headed back to school soon and parents continue to ask a lot of questions about masks in the classroom.

20-28 year prison sentence for 2017 armed robbery spree

The second-degree kidnapping convictions stemmed from the robbers leaving the victims either in back rooms or zip-tied after the robberies.