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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.

Downtown restaurants to bring in outdoor heaters as weather cools down

The chill was in the air at Downtown Alive in Wilmington Friday night, but that didn't stop people from coming out. City Council is voting Wednesday on whether to extend the event until the end of November.

Mayor Saffo: More affordable housing could soon be coming to the city

Some much-needed affordable housing could soon be coming to the City of Wilmington as a non-profit plans to buy an existing apartment complex for that purpose.

New Hanover County teachers chosen for Black Lives Matter art installation

After passing the "End Racism Now" art installation, Wilmington City Council picked 18 candidates to each paint a letter of the message: "Black Lives Do Matter".

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March shows gas prices on the rise

If you've been to the gas station over the last couple of weeks, you know it's costing more to fill up these days.

COVID-19 reported cases and percent positivity rate drop to 5% in New Hanover County

Over the past week, 396 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in New Hanover County – for a total of 16,581 cases since the start of the pandemic; and of that total, 15,103 people have recovered from the virus.

South Carolina lifts rule for mandatory masks in restaurants

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced that the mandatory mask order for restaurants has been lifted, and now face coverings are recommended, according to a press release from the governor's office.

New Hanover County elementary students looking forward to full-time in the classroom

Many children enjoyed the sunshine on Friday at Long Leaf Park before heading back to the classroom full time on Monday.