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nCino named title sponsor of new sports park

nCino Sports Park will house 11 full-sized fields, one of which will be synthetic turf, and include outdoor lighting.

Mayor, WPD chief speak about Kidder St. shooting at City Council meeting

"We are asking for patience from the public and we're asking to allow us time to gather facts as we attempt to determine what happened," said Chief Williams.

City Council approves purchase of cameras, delays speed limit decision

Instead, the city will implement a 60-day speed study and council will review results before taking any action.

New Hanover County and Wilmington officials discuss homelessness and poverty in the Cape Fear

Wednesday, New Hanover County Commissioners and Wilmington City Council members held a special joint meeting to discuss homelessness, poverty and inequality in the Cape Fear.

Wilmington City Council gets update on opioid overdose program, changes billboard ordinance

On Tuesday the opioid overdose Quick Response Team (QRT) of Coastal Horizons gave Wilmington City Council an update on a program that's been underway for more than two years. It's a program they say has been a success.

Wilmington to continue red light camera program for four more years

Wilmington Council voted to extend its contract for red light camera ticketing services for the next several years.

Wilmington City Council approves Riverlights mixed-use rezoning

Wilmington City Council has voted in favor of the developer of the Riverlights community, making a big change to the original plans.

Neighbors protest mixed-use developments proposed in Riverlights

Dozens of neighbors in the Riverlights community are trying to sop more mixed-use development from coming in.

Wilmington City Council: Downtown Alive continues, affordable housing project canceled

Wilmington City Council met Wednesday night and made decisions about a variety of issues, from the future of Downtown Alive to affordable housing.

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To wear, or not to wear? Businesses decide whether to continue requiring masks

After Governor Cooper took away the mask mandate, maximum capacity and social distancing requirements Friday, small businesses were given a choice. After taking the weekend to decide, many are thrilled to have a say.

Making up for lost time: Siblings find one another through DNA website after decades apart

Four siblings in the Cape Fear are making up for lost time after finding one another in late 2020.

North Carolina police officer injured during hit-and-run

Authorities say a North Carolina police officer was injured when his cruiser was hit by a man who was driving while impaired and fled the scene of the accident.

Prosecutor to discuss probe into fatal shooting of NC man

A North Carolina prosecutor says he is ready to discuss the results of a state investigation into the fatal shooting of a man by sheriff’s deputies.