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Pop-up performing: Local one-night-only play readings follow national trend, benefit local youth

Pop-up performing: Local one-night-only play readings follow national trend, benefit local youth

Call it spontaneous theater. Taking a cue from Los Angeles and New York City–and using top-notch local talent–Theatre Network of Wilmington, the nonprofit arm of TheatreNOW, has, for the last…

One-stop voting begins Thursday

One-stop voting for the Nov. 4 election begins Thursday and continues through Nov. 1. In New Hanover County, voters can cast their ballots at the elections training center, 230 Government…

Police identify man found dead on Wrightsville Beach

Police identify man found dead on Wrightsville Beach

A man who was found dead on Wrightsville Beach last week has been identified. Police have identified the man as Daniel G. Lloyd, 50, of Wilmington. His body was discovered…

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…

Police: Man found dead on Wrightsville Beach

Police: Man found dead on Wrightsville Beach

A man who officials said appeared to have died of natural causes was found on Wrightsville Beach this morning. Wrightsville Beach Police Chief Daniel House said a park ranger discovered…

Cameras start rolling on Sparks film ‘The Choice’

Cameras start rolling on Sparks film ‘The Choice’

Today marks the start of production for “The Choice,” the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation to shoot scenes in Wilmington. Just months after Sparks’ “The Longest Ride” wrapped production, “The Choice”…

Roadwork to close some lanes in Wrightsville Beach

Intermittent lane closures are scheduled to start this week on several streets in Wrightsville Beach, lasting through mid-November. Waynick Boulevard, Sunset Avenue, South Lumina Avenue and Jack Parker Boulevard are…

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.…

State releases scores for transportation projects under new funding formula

State releases scores for transportation projects under new funding formula

The state has released the final scores to be used in prioritizing regional and divisional transportation projects through North Carolina’s new Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) formula. The long list of…

McCrory says he won’t reconvene legislature; film credit, other programs to remain unchanged

McCrory says he won’t reconvene legislature; film credit, other programs to remain unchanged

Gov. Pat McCrory has announced he will not be calling back the North Carolina legislature for a special session as requested by several local, state and even federal officials. In…

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