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UNCW condemns vandalism, theft of BLM banners

A UNCW spokesperson says that the banners were "apparently stolen or vandalized."

Election Anxiety? You’re not alone and Wilmington psychologist offers advice

If one thing is certain about the 2020 election, you are not alone if you're feeling anxious as results trickle in.

UNCW students put together a 14-page election newspaper

Some students on the campus of UNCW are tackling the 2020 presidential election in a very unique way.

New Hanover County reports 3 more COVID-19 related deaths

New Hanover County Public Health officials say three more New Hanover County residents have died due to COVID-19.

Free COVID-19 testing site opening in New Hanover County

Starting Tuesday there will be a new way to get tested for COVID-19 in New Hanover County for free.

UNCW political science students react to final 2020 presidential debate

As President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in Nashville Thursday night, young voters in Wilmington held a virtual watch party.

Local experts weigh in ahead of second and final presidential debate

The stage is set for the second and final presidential debate Thursday night.

A Story of Resilience: Devontae Cacok’s journey from UNCW to an NBA title

Just a few years ago, former UNCW men's basketball player Devonate Cacok was suiting in the Seahawk colors. Now, the Georgia native is a world champion with the Los Angeles Lakers. 

UNCW: COVID-19 cluster reported among swimming and diving team

The University of North Carolina Wilmington reports another COVID-19 cluster among a group of student athletes. 

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NC audit questions monitoring of virus funds for education

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Mayor declares Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day

Mayor Bill Saffo has declared Thursday as ACCESS of Wilmington Day.

Lu Mil Vineyard brightens Bladen County with annual Christmas light show

Lu Mil Vineyard is lighting up the night with their annual Festival of Lights.