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Veterans services available Oct. 22 at CFCC health fair

Veterans from New Hanover and surrounding counties can enroll in the VA health care system and receive health information about various services available to them from representatives of the Fayetteville…

Homeowners insurance rate hearing to be held Monday

N.C. Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin wants to remind North Carolinians that a rate hearing for homeowners insurance is to begin Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. in the Jim Long Hearing…

Poplar Grove’s annual Halloween fest to return Friday

Poplar Grove’s annual Halloween fest to return Friday

The season of spirits and spooks is upon us. Poplar Grove Plantation’s annual Halloween festival kicks off Friday, with lots of frightful fun for the whole family. Those who dare…

UPDATED: Device destroyed after bomb threat in Surf City

A bomb threat Tuesday on North New River Drive in the Town of Surf City is “now over,” according to Pender County Emergency Management Director Tom Collins. The threat was…

Deadline to register to vote is today

Deadline to register to vote is today

Today’s the last day to register to vote in the general elections to be held Nov. 4. Registration forms will be accepted at county elections offices through 5 p.m. today.…

Gov. McCrory at energy summit: ‘We need to participate in our energy independence’

Gov. McCrory at energy summit: ‘We need to participate in our energy independence’

Untapped potential for oil and gas exploration and wind and solar energy in coastal North Carolina—both offshore and onshore—could significantly contribute to the country becoming energy self-reliant and breaking free…

Hospice to offer free grief groups for veterans

Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter honors the heroes of the nation’s armed forces and is offering free veterans grief groups. Veterans groups discuss grief and loss from personal and…

Appeals court: Portion of state’s voter reform law would ‘disproportionately affect black voters’

“The right to vote is fundamental,” U.S. Court of Appeals Judge James Wynn wrote in an opinion that struck down a portion of North Carolina’s voter reform law on Wednesday.…

Area unemployment sees slight increase in August

Area unemployment sees slight increase in August

Area unemployment held the line from July to August, with Wilmington metro counties showing increases of 1 percent or less. Wilmington’s tri-county area saw unemployment remain at 6.8 percent, which…

Legal battle still on; Wilmington Christian Academy students wait for vouchers

More than $1 million in taxpayer money has been sent to private schools throughout the state as the legal battle over the North Carolina Opportunity Scholarship Act continues in the…

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