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The Cape Fear experiences a high earning Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is statistically one of the highest spending holidays for candy, flowers, and wine. And here in the Cape Fear, local businesses are still experiencing strong holiday sales.

Statewide alcohol curfew extended until early October

Gov. Roy Cooper has extended the limited hours on the sale of alcoholic drinks in the state in an effort to continue slowing the spread of COVID-19.

Hallmark Channel releases Christmas-themed wines

The Hallmark Channel is pre-selling two Christmas-themed wines.

North Carolina beer, wine distributors aid food deliveries

A number of beer and wine distributors in North Carolina are volunteering their tractor-trailers to help stock the state's grocery stores and food pantries in the midst of the coronavirus.

Duplin Winery donates 15,000 gallons of wine to help make hand sanitizer

Duplin Winery is donating 15,000 gallons of wine to a North Carolina distillery to help make hand sanitizer.

Wine prices to drop due to excess in supply of grapes

Look out for better-quality wines at lower prices. Experts at a recent winemakers' conference say growers have produced large crops of quality grapes over the last two years.

97,000 gallons of red wine spills at California winery

Crews in Sonoma Valley, California, say 97,000 gallons of red wine spilled into a creek Wednesday.

Sour grapes: Trade war puts cork in US wine sales to China

Caught in the crossfire of President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, U.S. vineyards are struggling to sell Syrah in Shanghai and Chardonnay in Shenzhen.

Despite fires, California wine is doing just fine – for now

If you're worried that wildfires might have created shortages of Northern California's 2019 cabernet sauvignon, or even just imparted it with an undesirable smoky flavor, you can relax. The wine is just fine. For now.

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Brunswick Community College completes comeback against rival Cape Fear CC

Cape Fear Community College held a double-digit lead midway through the first quarter on Wednesday night, but it was the Brunswick Community College Dolphins battling back to pickup the win, 79-75. 

NC Rural Coalition Fighting COVID-19 holds weekly webinar on vaccines

The North Carolina Rural Coalition Fighting COVID-19 held a virtual seminar on vaccines.

UNCW Men’s Soccer remains unbeaten after shutting out Campbell

Sophomore midfielder Colton Pleasants and senior forward Jacob Evans each scored a goal as No. 20 UNCW remained unbeaten with a 2-0 victory over Campbell in non-conference men's soccer action at the UNCW Soccer Stadium on Wednesday evening.

Family members remember Mint Greene, killed by alleged drunk driver in Brunswick County

A man who was killed by an alleged drunk driver over the weekend is being remembered by his family.