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Director of UNCW’s CIE ‘separates’ from university

Director of UNCW’s CIE ‘separates’ from university

The leader of UNC-Wilmington’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship “separated” from the university Thursday. A spokeswoman for UNCW confirmed that Jim Roberts’ stint as head of CIE, which began in…

Carolina Beach to require reservations, additional fees to camp on Freeman Park

Carolina Beach to require reservations, additional fees to camp on Freeman Park

Carolina Beach Town Council approved a series of regulations for camping on Freeman Park on the town’s northern end at its meeting last month. Beginning April 1, anyone who wishes to…

The Scene: Screen Gems opens up for tours this weekend

The Scene: Screen Gems opens up for tours this weekend

Want a behind-the-scenes look at Wilmywood in action? EUE/Screen Gems Studios is once again opening its doors to film buffs and fans of locally shot television shows. Tours will resume…

UNCW exceeds goal in 24-hour pledge drive

UNCW exceeds goal in 24-hour pledge drive

UNC-Wilmington has once again exceeded its goal in the university’s second 24-hour fundraising campaign. “Give More in 24,” which wrapped up at 8 a.m. today, garnered an estimated $190,000 in…

Duke Energy official: Company to appeal ‘unprecedented’ $25M fine

Duke Energy official: Company to appeal ‘unprecedented’ $25M fine

Officials with Duke Energy on Tuesday announced the company plans to “vigorously contest an unprecedented civil penalty” issued earlier this month by state environmental regulators. N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory announced on…

Wilmington man pleads guilty to injuring passenger in 2014 wreck

A Wilmington man has pleaded guilty to injuring a passenger when he wrecked his car on Masonboro Loop Road in March 2014. Adam Battersea-Molto, 26, pleaded guilty to felony serious…

Goolsby picked to join UNC Board of Governors

Goolsby picked to join UNC Board of Governors

Former Republican state senator Thom Goolsby now has a seat on the UNC Board of Governors. According to the N.C. General Assembly’s website, the Wilmington lawyer was one of eight…

Harlem Globetrotters honor local military veteran

Harlem Globetrotters honor local military veteran

While not a die-hard fan, John Woodlock does enjoy a basketball game from time to time. This Sunday, he’ll be courtside to catch the country’s premier exhibition team in action.…

Police: Bank robbery suspects hospitalized after wreck near Wrightsville Beach (UPDATE)

Police: Bank robbery suspects hospitalized after wreck near Wrightsville Beach (UPDATE)

Three men wanted in connection with a downtown bank robbery reportedly led police on a chase through Wilmington before crashing on Eastwood Road on Monday morning. Police responded to a…

Utility authority: 4,500 gallons of wastewater spills into Pages Creek tributary

Officials with the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) are investigating an overflow that dumped thousands of gallons of wastewater into a tributary of Pages Creek on Sunday. CFPUA crews…

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