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Stepping down from the helm: Longtime CFCC boat captain returns from final voyage (photo slideshow)

Stepping down from the helm: Longtime CFCC boat captain returns from final voyage (photo slideshow)

As he has hundreds of times before, Capt. Steve Beuth pulled into Cape Fear Community College’s dock yesterday afternoon. But his return was also a bon voyage of sorts. After…

School news: Sidewalk art competition, Title I recognition, special needs fair, exceptional students forum

School news: Sidewalk art competition, Title I recognition, special needs fair, exceptional students forum

Chalk may be obsolete in the classroom these days, but it will be in high demand this Saturday when students hit the concrete at Mayfaire Town Center to put down…

Election 2014: $160M in school district improvements on the ballot

Election 2014: $160M in school district improvements on the ballot

School district construction and renovations totaling $160 million will be put to New Hanover County voters in the upcoming general election. On the ballot for Nov. 4 is the district’s…

UNCW releases employee named in report on UNC academic scandal

UNCW releases employee named in report on UNC academic scandal

A UNC-Wilmington employee named in an investigative report on the academic scandal at the University of North Carolina is no longer employed with the local university. According to UNCW Spokeswoman…

CFCC to hold Harvest Health, Wellness and Safety Fair on Wednesday

More than 65 vendors and Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) programs will be represented at CFCC’s Harvest Health and Safety Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 22. The annual fair will be…

School news: New STEM and archery programs, district calendar meeting

School news: New STEM and archery programs, district calendar meeting

Laney High School has launched a new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) program for the 2014-15 school year. “The STEM classes have already heard from professional guest speakers ranging from…

Lyceum Academy gets ‘twisted’ with its annual haunted house

Lyceum Academy gets ‘twisted’ with its annual haunted house

What happens when the children’s tale, “Alice in Wonderland,” gets a Halloween-themed makeover? You get “Twisted,” this year’s theme of the Lyceum Academy’s annual haunted house, which opens tonight (Friday).…

Fitting the ‘niche’: UNCW faculty, staff weigh in on chancellor search

Fitting the ‘niche’: UNCW faculty, staff weigh in on chancellor search

No matter who is selected as UNC-Wilmington’s next chancellor, he or she needs to fit into the niche of the local campus. That was the consensus among faculty and staff…

CFCC land swap expected to aid in downtown development

CFCC land swap expected to aid in downtown development

A recently approved land swap between the City of Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College is aimed at facilitating economic development in the city’s central business district. City council approved…

Cedar Grove principal named Brunswick school district administrator

Cedar Grove principal named Brunswick school district administrator

The Brunswick County Board of Education has readjusted the district’s administrative cabinet. Under the recommendation of Superintendent Dr. Edward Pruden, the board agreed last week to move Helen Davis, current…

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