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Area groups to participate in world’s largest swim lesson

Local organizations are teaming up for the world's largest swim lesson on Thursday, June 17.

YWCA Lower Cape Fear, New Hanover NAACP to provide rides to the polls

YWCA Lower Cape Fear is partnering with New Hanover County NAACP to provide rides to the polls during early voting and on Election Day. 

YWCA Lower Cape Fear to join national effort against racism

Eliminating racism and empowering women is the mission of the YWCA Lower Cape Fear and Thursday they will participate in a national event with 450 sites across the US.

YWCA hosts ‘Potluck for Peace’ during Stand Against Racism Week

Stand Against Racism Week kicked off with fellowship, a message and good food.

YWCA Lower Cape Fear kicks off Stand Against Racism Week

Tuesday marks the 104th birthday of the YWCA Lower Cape Fear.

YWCA Lower Cape Fear gets $50K grant to help domestic violence survivors

YWCA Lower Cape Fear gets $50K grant to expand domestic violence and financial abuse programs.

YWCA hosts 33rd annual Women of Achievement Awards

Wednesday is International Women's Day, and in the Port City the YWCA Lower Cape Fear hosted the 33rd annual Women of Achievement Awards.

MLK celebrations continue with Potluck for Peace

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was all about peace, and celebrations continued Thursday with the Potluck for Peace at the MLK Center in Wilmington.

Potluck for Peace hopes to bring change to the community

Community members in Wilmington came out Thursday night for food and conversation.

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Brunswick County passes budget for FY 2021-2022

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners has approved the budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

McCrae Dowless pleads guilty to benefit fraud

According to court documents, Dowless, 65, defrauded the Social Security Administration by concealing his work and income while receiving monthly benefits payments. 

Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

The bill puts much of that extra money in a savings reserve and an infrastructure construction fund, and makes deeper tax cuts than Republicans originally pitched.

Judge tosses most claims over clearing protesters in DC park

U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich said Monday that the claims were speculative and it was premature for the court to conclude whether the actions of law enforcement officers were justified.