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Volunteers clean up former railroad as first step of ‘Rails to Trails’

Hundreds of volunteers started their Saturday cleaning up the Port City.

Hundreds of volunteers participate in Wilmington community service event

Volunteers worked over the weekend to improve local non-profits and schools in Wilmington.

Volunteers gather to Work on Wilmington

Volunteers got out their shovels and hammers to Work on Wilmington

Volunteers can make a difference at Work on Wilmington

Volunteers will be assigned to work together on various projects throughout the city, such as painting, planting, repairing, and cleaning local schools and nonprofits.

Work on Wilmington accepting project applications for 2017

It's time for schools and nonprofits to submit applications to be a part of Work on Wilmington.

Nearly 2,000 volunteer time to ‘Work on Wilmington’ Saturday

Nearly 2,000 volunteers worked on community projects around New Hanover County for the annual Work on Wilmington workday.

Volunteers create oyster reef in Carolina Beach

Hundreds of volunteers tackled a big Work on Wilmington project Saturday at Carolina Beach State Park.

Volunteer event looking for work

A citywide volunteer event is looking for work. Leadership Wilmington is soliciting projects to be part of Work on Wilmington 2010.

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DA: Officers involved in August shooting won’t face charges

Two law enforcement officers will not face any charges following a shooting near downtown Wilmington in August, according to the district attorney's office.

Deputies: Man wanted for attempted murder arrested in Columbus County

A man wanted for attempted murder out of South Carolina was found in Columbus County, deputies say.

Man charged with murder in Columbus County shooting

A month after one man was shot and another injured in a shooting near Chadbourn, a suspect is now behind bars.

The Landfall Tradition to feature top collegiate female golfers

One of the country's top collegiate women’s golf tournaments, The Landfall Tradition, begins today at the Country Club of Landfall’s pristine Pete Dye Course near Wrightsville Beach.