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Wilmington City Attorney clarifies how Confederate statues can be permanently removed

Wilmington City Council officially voted to permanently remove two Confederate statues from the downtown landscape this week. The city attorney clarified how the controversial decision was possible on Tuesday.

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office warning of circulating prop money

The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is warning of prop money that is circulating in parts of Brunswick and New Hanover Counties. 

Local summer camp has kids learning video game history

It's not your typical summer camp, but it's one that keeps these kid's heads in the game.

Good Shepherd Center prepares to reopen with full meal service and day shelter

Wilmington's Good Shepherd Center prepares to open its Soup Kitchen doors for full-time weekday breakfast and lunch distribution, and the day shelter will also offer services to homeless people in the Cape Fear.

Wilmington Boys Choir prepares for summer camp 2021

Nearly 17 months after the pandemic began, the Wilmington Boys Choir is holding its first major event, a free summer camp Aug 2 - 5 at St. Therese Catholic Church, 209 S. Lumina Ave. on Wrightsville Beach.

City of Wilmington, ready for some Widespread Panic all weekend

Wilmington city leaders and businesses prepare for an onslaught of music fans as the Live Oak Bank Pavilion at the Riverfront Park plays host to Widespread Panic for three sold out shows over the weekend.

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce wants to share the wealth, extending deadline for $4.5 M grant

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce has $4.5 in city and county grant money to distribute, so it's extending its application until late July for hospitality, retail and service industry grants.

Councilman goes door-to-door encouraging Wilmington small businesses to apply for $4.5M in grants

The City of Wilmington and New Hanover County have partnered to give local businesses $4.5 million in grants to help them as they continue to recover from the pandemic.

Local leaders announce probable locations for Michael Jordan Family Medical Clinics

By this time in 2023, Wilmington could have two new Novant Health Michael Jordan Family Medical Clinics on 15th and Greenfield, and Fanning Street.

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Governor Cooper appoints new general counsel

Fletcher replaces William McKinney, who served as the Governor’s Legal Counsel from January 2017 until July 2021 and has returned to private practice.

‘Christmas in Harmony’ filming next week

Even though it's the dog days of August, a new movie production is making the Cape Fear think about the yuletide season.

‘American Idol’ to hold virtual auditions for NC, SC on Friday

You must be a legal U.S. resident born on or between June 2, 1992 and September 15, 2006 to participate this season.

‘There are only so many beds’: COVID-19 surge hits hospitals

Florida hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are suspending elective surgeries and putting beds in conference rooms, an auditorium and a cafeteria.