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City lists possible service cuts for budget balancing

City lists possible service cuts for budget balancing

For now, it appears Wilmington’s budget hole has shrunk–slightly. Projected sales tax revenues, for one, are more positive than they were the last time the city’s budget staff presented the…

Judge allows Hilton’s owner to intervene in convention center hotel legal challenge

Judge allows Hilton’s owner to intervene in convention center hotel legal challenge

As a legal challenge plays out around Wilmington’s recent convention center hotel deal, the owner of downtown’s Hilton Wilmington Riverside has won a seat at the table. That owner, Sotherly…

Military-friendly Mission BBQ opens; donates to fire, police department charities

Military-friendly Mission BBQ opens; donates to fire, police department charities

A mission of serving meat to the masses, with an emphasis on those who are on the front lines—be it in the armed services or in local communities—has reached Wilmington.…

Program helps veterans realize entrepreneurial dreams

Program helps veterans realize entrepreneurial dreams

Analyzing risks, managing pressure, crafting contingency plans–steady, anxious challenges for entrepreneurs. For veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces? Not a big deal. “These common war stories you hear from entrepreneurs…

Economist: Local business optimism rises

Economist: Local business optimism rises

It’s not just uplifting weather–small and mid-sized businesses here have a brighter outlook this spring than they did last fall. That’s according to the latest biannual business survey from PNC…

Hometown Wilmington Media, UNCW’s CIE present Strictly Business

Hometown Wilmington Media, UNCW’s CIE present Strictly Business

Join Hometown Wilmington Media and the UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) for a quarterly networking event, Strictly Business. Strictly Business will take place 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3,…

Pub on wheels hopes to roll through downtown Wilmington

Pub on wheels hopes to roll through downtown Wilmington

Think of it as a pedal-powered limousine. That’s how Kai Kaapro describes the stretch pedi-cab of sorts his company, Trolley Pub, wants to bring to downtown Wilmington’s streets. Kaapro was…

Panel: Economic development a multi-headed creature

Panel: Economic development a multi-headed creature

When Jim Bradshaw markets Brunswick County to business prospects, he does so as “the Wilmington region.” “They know Wilmington,” the head of the Brunswick County Economic Development Corporation said, even…

Hilton owner files to intervene in convention center hotel case

Hilton owner files to intervene in convention center hotel case

The owner of the downtown Hilton is officially interested in the latest legal challenge to the convention center hotel deal. Sotherly Hotels Inc., a Maryland-based company that owns and operates…

Council delays action on riverfront highrise

Council delays action on riverfront highrise

No approval yet. The concept of retail-residential highrise buildings on the downtown riverfront–to replace the city’s age-worn Water Street Parking Deck–is headed to the workshop. Wilmington City Council on Tuesday…

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