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NC Zoo opens volunteer recruitment campaign

The North Carolina Zoo is looking for people who want to see the attraction from a different perspective.

Airlie Gardens needs volunteers for ‘Tree Mob’

Airlie Gardens is creating Wilmington's first ever tree mob. Over the years, storms have taken a toll on their tree canopy and there are now some spots that need filling in. Just last year, during a minor storm, Airlie lost five trees.

Man kayaks for local disaster relief

video While some Red Cross volunteers are making their way back from Oklahoma, one man is traveling home after 12 days on the water where he aimed to make a difference from the inside of his kayak.

NY college students spend spring break volunteering in Cape Fear

videoIt may not look like your typical spring break, but for 11 students from Hamilton College in upstate New York, a week of volunteering in and around Wilmington is.

Volunteers deliver Christmas dinner for hundreds in need

video'Tis the season for the giving. More than 100 volunteers came together this morning to take a holiday dinner to 560 people in need in Wilmington.

ONLY ON 3: Moldovan journalists hope American dream will inspire homeland

video Three journalists from the Republic of Moldova were in Wilmington today to learn more about how our community works. With a touch of southern hospitality and many volunteer hours, the group says they're ready to take the mission back to Moldova.

JUST ADD HOPE: Cape Fear Volunteer Center

video We often hear from viewers who say we should do more positive news than the typical gloom and doom that fills newscasts and papers. While we do often cover positive stories, we're going to try to more consistently focus on some of the good things going on in our community and the people and groups doing them. WWAY's Asha Davé shows us how the world can be changed if you JUST ADD HOPE.

Local volunteers take center stage

The Governors Medallion of Honor nominee and winners were announced at a dinner in the city hall chambers. This years keynote speaker was Tannis Nelson who is part of the Governor's Commission on Volunteerism.

Volunteering a Thanksgiving tradition for some families

While many of us spend the day with our families, others were out volunteering to make it a happy holiday for those in need.

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American Legion Post 68 collects flags for proper retirement

When the American flag becomes worn or faded, it's important to dispose of it in the proper way. 

UNCW holds final graduation ceremonies for class of 2021

UNCW held its final two graduation ceremonies for the class of 2021 Saturday inside Trask Coliseum. 

Art sale held in Harbor Way Gardens

Local artists showcasing their work this weekend in the Harbor Way Gardens in Wrightsville Beach.

People gather at Wrightsville Beach to celebrate Mother’s Day

Dozens of people lining the shore of Wrightsville Beach with their families for mom's special day.