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Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Comprehensive Plan underway; Public feedback needed

Public feedback is critical to ensure the final plans reflects the needs and desires or Wilmington residents.

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.

City Council votes to permanently remove Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington

More than a year after the City of Wilmington removed two Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington, a decision has been made to not return them.

Mayor Saffo: No free concerts for council members

Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo is pushing back against a proposal for the new Live Oak Bank Pavilion that could allow city council to get free VIP tickets to shows.

City of Wilmington works to make popular road safer

City of Wilmington staff updated City Council on Greenville Loop Road's new safety modifications in Monday's agenda briefing.

Local landmark to potentially become apartment complex

A Carolina Beach Road landmark could be up for rezoning.

Wilmington leaders pass 2021-2022 budget with new tax rate, increased stipends

Wilmington City Council passed the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget on Tuesday. It goes into effect on July 1.

Affordable housing committee meets with local builders and nonprofits

Wednesday, members of the Wilmington City Council and New Hanover County Board of Commissioners held an affordable housing meeting to address the growing need.

Wilmington’s proposed budget for the SafeLight program set at $1.4 million

A proposed budget for the city of Wilmington's next fiscal year, shows the safelight camera program is making less money than it costs.

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Comedian Ron White returning to the Wilson Center in January

The Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College says Ron White returns to Wilmington on January 8, 2022, at 7:30 p.m.

Michael Jordan’s 1984 sneakers sell for nearly $1.5 million

A pair of sneakers worn by NBA superstar Michael Jordan early in his career sold for nearly $1.5 million on Sunday, setting a record price at auction for game-worn footwear, Sotheby's said.

9-foot gator taken away on ‘leash’ after stroll through Sunset Beach neighborhood

Police along the North Carolina coast had to “walk” a large alligator to the pond after the reptile was spotted roaming a neighborhood.

Sheriff: US soldier killed grandfather; great-grandmother

A U.S. Army soldier has been brought back to South Carolina from Germany to face charges he killed his grandfather and great-grandmother 16 months ago.