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2020 Carolina Country Music Fest postponed until September

Carolina Country Music Fest is postponing its 2020 events to September.

NC strawberry growers adapt operations to COVID-19 restrictions

North Carolina’s strawberry season kicked off around the same time the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in the state.

Mom to Mom: making breakfast shakes

If you're having a hard time getting your child to eat health foods, don't worry we might have a trick for you.

North Carolina couple who tested positive allowed to fly commercial

A Greensboro couple is home recovering from COVID-19 after being sent home from a quarantine facility in Georgia. 

Judge: NC sheriff must resume issuing pistol permits

A judge has ruled that a North Carolina sheriff must resume accepting and processing pistol purchase permits within one week.

North Carolina hospitality industry says 370K out of work

North Carolina's restaurant and hotel operators are pleading for state financial aid and tax deadline relief as closings and reduced travel from the new coronavirus have thrown over 370,000 employees out of work.

Sheriff: Gunman killed outside North Carolina courthouse

Authorities say a gunman was killed in an exchange of gunfire with officers outside a North Carolina courthouse.

Meet the new Wilmington Police unit hitting the streets to enforce Gov. Cooper’s Stay...

A new Wilmington Police unit is officially on patrol to make sure everyone is following Governor Roy Cooper's order to stay at home.

New Hanover County Board of Education provides update on response to COVID-19

The New Hanover County Board of Education has an update on the district's response to the coronavirus pandemic as members held a teleconference Tuesday evening.

Ogden music teacher finds his groove through online classes

Students across the United States have been out of school for almost three weeks. It has teachers getting creative with their online instruction and perhaps no one does it better than a music teacher in Ogden. 

How to get your coronavirus questions answered in North Carolina

The NC 2-1-1 call center is getting about 2,000 calls a day from residents affected by the novel coronavirus.

Need help during COVID-19 outbreak? Food stamps, other state benefits have never been higher

Many people are in a place they've never been -- especially financially. But while we wait for those checks from the federal government and apply for unemployment, the state is trying to make people aware there is more assistance available.

UNCW updates students about pass/fail policy

UNC Wilmington has sent students updated information about the university's pass/fail policy for the spring semester.

‘Key is communication’: Rent payments due, legal expert explains eviction process

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- For a lot of people, the first of the month means rent is due. With thousands of people out of...

Local neighborhood takes on Chalk Challenge

Are you working from home, or trying to keep your children busy? Are you trying to find a way to stay uplifted? We have an idea for you, and it is right under your feet.

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