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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on the downtown Wilmington community, as April numbers are showing another big drop in business, according to Wilmington Downtown Inc.
After Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order to close sit-down service at all bars and restaurants, many local vendors are reporting lower than normal customer traffic.
In New Hanover County we've got a lot of growth happening and we've got the evidence to prove it.
Despite efforts by some local brewers, you will not be seeing any craft beer for now at Wilmington's Downtown Sundown Concert Series.
As part of “Giving Tuesday” local business owners and supporters gathered to announce that the OverFlo campaign has collected over $121,182 in hurricane recovery donations.
Businesses throughout downtown Wilmington are doing what they can to help storm victims. Many are offering specials deals for you and giving money back to those in need.
Wilmington Downtown Incorporated is hosting a video contest and they want people of all ages and walks of life to enter.
In downtown Wilmington the numbers are in, and they're good.
The new owners of the restaurant formerly known as Riverboat Landing recently received a $5,000 grant from Wilmington Downtown, Incorporated. The money will help spruce up the outside of the building.