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Business grants available; deadline Friday

Grants will range from $10,000 to $50,000, and winners do not have to pay them back.

How a massive hospitality-and-service grant could save Wilmington restaurants and retail

It’s meant to support those businesses that were hit the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions, according to a Thursday press release from the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. 

$4.5M awarded to hospitality and retail sector

There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and funds from the American Rescue Plan are going to help New Hanover County rebound and rebuild our local economy.

Chamber of Commerce hosts BBQ for elected officials

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce hosted their elected officials BBQ this evening, recognizing New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus, and Pender Counties.

New Hanover County Commissioners deliver ‘state of the county’ address

The Hanover County Board of Commissioners held its 2021 State of the County address Monday morning. The pandemic and recovery efforts dominated the conversation, and even impacted how and when the meeting was held.

Wilmington chamber recongizes businessman Bob Rippy with lifetime achievement

Wilmington businessman Bob Rippy is set to be recognized by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce as 2021's Duke Energy Lifetime Achievement in Business Award winner.

Contractor donates 70,000 masks to Wilmington

In New Hanover County, a local PPE contractor is donating tens of thousands of face masks to small businesses and childcare facilities.

RHA opens new mental health facility in Wilmington

RHA Health Services opened a new Behavioral Health building on South 16th Street. RHA has helped those with developmental disabilities and mental health issues for more than 14 years.

New Hanover County leaders to visit Apple headquarters

As technology continues to develop, a group of local leaders from New Hanover County will visit Apple's corporate headquarters next month to ensure students and staff will have the best tools available for them today and in the future.

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WPD: Man arrested after fleeing from officers

A man is being held on a more than $1,000,000 bond after Wilmington Police arrested him Thursday night.

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.

Victims identified in 13th St. shooting

Police say these women were completely innocent, with no gang ties.

Beloved postal worker retires after delivering three decades of smiles

Residents of the Echo Farms community bid farewell to a beloved postal worker who retired after three decades of service on Friday afternoon.