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Local tourism groups celebrate 32nd annual National Travel & Tourism Week

Local tourism groups celebrate 32nd annual National Travel & Tourism Week

Local travel and tourism groups are joining together to celebrate the 32nd annual National Travel & Tourism Week. Recognized from May 2-10, the week brings together travel partners and the…

The Scene: Food and wine fest kicks off Friday

The Scene: Food and wine fest kicks off Friday

Gourmands and spirited sippers get ready– the third annual Wilmington Wine and Food Festival hits downtown’s Bellamy Mansion this weekend. The ever-growing three-day event kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday…

The Scene: Get outdoorsy with plant, chicken coop tours Saturday

The Scene: Get outdoorsy with plant, chicken coop tours Saturday

This weekend is ripe for outdoor exploration. Those with an interest in botany can get an up-close look at the weird, wild and wonderful world of carnivorous plants with the…

Legislative update: House pushes for new historic preservation tax credit; Southport residents could see lower electric rates

Historic preservation tax credits are once again a topic of discussion in Raleigh. N.C. House members hosted a press conference last week to discuss the significance of House Bill 152,…

Legislative update: Gov. McCrory signs bill to lower gas tax

N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory singed a bill this week that legislators say will “immediately reduce North Carolina’s gas tax as part of a finance plan that will stabilize revenue needed…

Deadline nears to vote Southport as ‘Happiest Seaside Town’

The deadline to vote in Southport as the country’s “Happiest Seaside Town in America” is fast approaching. Tuesday is your last chance to cast an online ballot in the contest…

Legislative update: House, Senate agree to lower state’s gas tax

Legislative update: House, Senate agree to lower state’s gas tax

N.C. House and Senate leaders on Thursday announced a bipartisan plan they say will “secure critical transportation funding and offer a long-term stabilization of the gas tax.” Changes to the…

Brunswick school board picks interim superintendent as new district leader

Brunswick school board picks interim superintendent as new district leader

After conducting just one interview from a pool of nearly 40 applicants nationwide, the Brunswick County Board of Education has picked its interim superintendent to take over as permanent leader.…

Legislative update: Film, historic preservation grants, Goolsby nominated for UNC Board of Governors

Legislative update: Film, historic preservation grants, Goolsby nominated for UNC Board of Governors

N.C. State Sen. Bill Rabon has nominated a former colleague to serve on the UNC Board of Governors. Rabon, a Southport Republican, nominated former state senator Thom Goolsby, who resigned…

The Dude to serve up ‘music made to order’ beginning Saturday

The Dude to serve up ‘music made to order’ beginning Saturday

Hometown Wilmington Media’s The Dude has teamed up with Wilmington radio veteran J.T. McVicker for the “Country Kitchen,” which will launch Saturday. McVicker will serve up “music made to order” from noon…

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