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Wilmington Fire Department requests funding for bullet proof vests

The Wilmington Fire Department is trying to add another layer of protection for its firefighters. The department is asking Wilmington City Council for money to buy bullet proof vests.

City of Wilmington asks for public input for 2020-21 budget

The City of Wilmington says they will be holding a public hearing for comments on the recommended $206.6 million budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year.

City of Wilmington extending state of emergency order

The City of Wilmington has decided to extend its state of emergency order after city council met Tuesday night.

City council talks local issues with state elected officials

Wilmington city leaders logged on this morning to speak with state elected officials about issues we are facing locally.

Wilmington City Council discusses latest COVID-19 developments

Wilmington City Council met Tuesday night to discuss the latest coronavirus developments, with city leaders going out of their way to make sure as many people as possible could attend the meeting safely.

‘It’s too soon to take the lid off’: City leaders share opinions on extending local restrictions

Two weeks ago, New Hanover County announced additional restrictions adding on to Governor Cooper's Stay-At-Home order.

Wilmington City Council postpones projects amid coronavirus outbreak

Wilmington's City Council met on Friday morning to discuss the budget for the year.

More jobs may be coming to city after leaders help local businesses

As Wilmington continues to grow, so does the effort to attract and expand manufacturing businesses.

Wilmington ranked top 15 best US cities for beer drinkers

Over the last few years, the beer industry has been overflowing in the Wilmington area. A new report released shows the Port City may also need to be named Pint City for beer lovers.

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New Hanover County health expert gives guidance on Halloween celebrations

On Tuesday the CDC released guidance on Halloween during COVID-19, discouraging families from trick-or-treating. Now a local health expert is weighing in.

Mother thankful for man who saved her 6-year-old son at Kure Beach

A day trip to Kure Beach nearly turned into a tragedy for one North Carolina family, but thanks to the quick actions of a good samaritan that wasn't the case. 

National Hispanic Heritage month and the Coronavirus

Every September 15-October 15, Americans celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, a time set aside to commemorate the histories, cultures, and contributions of the Latinx people. But this year, the Latinx community has had to adapt.

Judge hears lawsuit attempting to delay NHRMC sale

A judge is hearing the Save Our Hospital's request for a restraining order to delay the sale/partnership of NHRMC.