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For brewery regs, another public hearing

The Wilmington Planning Commission will give the public a second chance to speak on a proposal to invite breweries into the city’s development code. Commission Chairwoman Deb Hays announced the…

Unemployment rate drops again

Unemployment rate drops again

The tri-county area clocked another unemployment rate dip in June. Figures surfaced Wednesday showing the Wilmington metro area–New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties–with a 6.4 percent jobless rate. That’s down…

Temple of Israel building new offices, social center on Market Street

Temple of Israel building new offices, social center on Market Street

The oldest Jewish temple in North Carolina is expanding its footprint in downtown Wilmington. The historic Temple of Israel, located at Fourth and Market streets, is building an off-site office…

UPDATED: Historic preservation tax credits have a lifeline

UPDATED: Historic preservation tax credits have a lifeline

UPDATE: The House Finance Committee on Wednesday afternoon amended a Senate bill to include historic preservation program language. Rep. David Lewis (R-Harnett) said Senate Bill 763, “An act to make…

UPDATE: Power restored in Wilmington’s south side after ‘massive’ outage

UPDATE: As of 11 a.m., power has been restored to all areas affected by this morning’s outage, according to the Duke Energy outage map. The original report on the outage…

Four people arrested, police recover more than $1,500 worth of stolen merchandise

Four people arrested, police recover more than $1,500 worth of stolen merchandise

Wilmington police have arrested four people in connection with a string of larcenies from several local retail stores. According to police spokeswoman Linda Rawley, officers received a report just before…

UPDATED: Budget includes $10M film grant program

UPDATED: Budget includes $10M film grant program

North Carolina’s film industry could see a heavily downsized incentive to stay. House and Senate leaders Tuesday announced a state budget deal with $10 million for a film grant program.…

Five gang members from New Jersey plead guilty to trafficking heroin in Wilmington

Five gang members from New Jersey plead guilty to trafficking heroin in Wilmington

Five gang members from New Jersey pleaded guilty last week to trafficking heroin into the Wilmington area. According to a press release from District Attorney Ben David, the five co-defendants–members…

As incentive decision looms, midyear film spending surpasses last year’s total

As incentive decision looms, midyear film spending surpasses last year’s total

As a decision on the state’s film incentive looms, the North Carolina Film Office is reporting that spending by productions this year has already surpassed last year’s total. The first…

Hometown Wilmington Media, Live Oak Bank present Strictly Business this Thursday

Hometown Wilmington Media, Live Oak Bank present Strictly Business this Thursday

Join Hometown Wilmington Media and Live Oak Bank for a quarterly networking event, Strictly Business. Strictly Business will take place 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 31, at the historic Bellamy Mansion…

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