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Wilmington gun sales and conceal carry permits skyrocket

Wilmington guns are flying off the shelves and courses are filling up months in advance. There's not denying something's in the air. But why?

For the fourth year, families and friends gather to remember loved ones lost to gun violence

For four years now Wilmington Faiths Against Gun Violence has held the vigil to shed light on the issue of gun violence nationally while giving families a moment to remember and pray for their lost loved ones.

Prayer vigil held to honor gun violence victims

Victims and families impacted by violence in the Wilmington area came together Monday evening.

Community members denounce recent acts of violence around Wilmington

Even with many neighbors fearful to talk, we hear from those spreading the message to condemn the recent acts of violence.

Prayer vigil held in memory of gun violence victims

A candlelight vigil was held Monday evening in Wilmington to pray for an end to gun violence and to remember the many local victims of that violence.

Educational fair is all about the kids

Wilmington Faiths Against Gun Violence put on an educational fair for parents and kids at the MLK Center in Wilmington.

Vigil held to honor victims of gun violence and inspire change

Dozens gathered in the gymnasium of St. James Episcopal Church downtown to pray for an end to a problem facing ours and many communities like it around the country, gun violence. Tonight those in Wilmington were not alone.

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