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CFPUA completes $15.5M water and sewer expansion project

Local leaders Tuesday celebrated the culmination of a years-long project to extend Cape Fear Public Utility Authority services to a key industrial corridor in New Hanover County.

New businesses could bring more than 50 jobs to Pender County

Two businesses could be coming to Pender County, creating more than 50 jobs and bringing in revenue for the county.

Logistics firm to set up shop in Pender County

BlueArrow Warehousing and Logistics is coming to the Cape Fear Industrial Complex in Rocky Point and hiring up to 25 workers.

Mojotone expands in Burgaw, creates new jobs

The sweet sound of new jobs could be heard this afternoon in Pender County as Mojotone got a major upgrade.

New Hanover Co. commissioners delay National Gypsum incentives decision

New Hanover County commissioners delayed the decision on an incentive package for National Gypsum after concerns were raised about formaldehyde emissions.

FedEx Freight, Coastal Beverage exploring move to Pender Commerce Park

Pender Commerce Park currently has two tenants: Acme Smoked Fish and Empire Distributors. That number may be about to double.

Wells Fargo Championship puts Wilmington on the map

One thing is for certain: for those who didn't know anything about Wilmington, they do now

Wilmington’s 25th Annual Economic Forecast predicts good 2017

Wilmington's Chamber of Commerce and Wilmington Business Development hosted Wilmington's 25th Annual Economic Forecast Wednesday morning.

NC named in “Top 10 Competitive States” for new companies

The national economic development magazine "Site Selection" has name North Carolina the number one state to compete for new businesses. According to the list in the May issue, the state's workforce and infrastructure is most attractive to potential companies.

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Suspect in killing of protesters listed in ‘hero’ assignment

A Dallas school district is investigating a high school English teacher who asked students to write about a modern-day hero and listed the 17-year-old accused of killing two people during Wisconsin protests as one possible option.

EPA: Pine Sol now approved to kill coronavirus on surfaces

Clorox wipes are still in short supply due to increased demand as Americans continue to clean off frequently used surfaces to combat the spread of coronavirus, but another household cleaner has been added to the list of effective products.

Woman denies police account after being shot at by officers

A woman in Maryland is disputing an account by police that she crashed her Honda into a police vehicle and veered toward a detective.

Good Shepherd is holding weekly free grocery giveaways

Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington is giving away free bags of groceries and toiletries every Wednesday.