Cape Fear Community College plays role in one of the fastest growing job markets

Cape Fear Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program

WILMINGTON – Employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 16 percent through 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s encouraging news for students in Cape Fear Community College’s (CFCC) Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program. Students at CFCC recently received a 100 percent passage […]

Is the education system failing or flourishing? Issues up for debate at UNCW

Winter Park Elementary is one of 11 New Hanover County schools that will open library doors to students this summer. Courtesy photo.

WILMINGTON – As the debate continues from Washington D.C. to Main Street U.S.A. on whether the American education system is failing or flourishing, several issues will be up for discussion this week on the campus of UNC-Wilmington. The Watson College of Education will host a live “NC SPIN” debate featuring four speakers with diverse views about […]

Letter from dad inspires local runner to first-place finish at Wrightsville Beach Marathon


WILMINGTON – The motivation one may use to fuel themselves in an athletic competition varies from person to person. For Wilmington resident Erin Hogston, a letter penned by her late father while he was stationed overseas – found just days before this weekend’s race – helped provide reassurance that dad was watching. Racing conditions were about […]

Going to the Wells Fargo Championship? Here’s how parking will work

Google Maps has highlighted areas where parking will be available for Wells Fargo Championship.

WILMINGTON – With less than 50 days to go before the 2017 Wells Fargo Championship comes to Wilmington, tournament officials this week announced locations for parking, shuttle services and will-call sites for when the event arrives in early May at Eagle Point Golf Club in Porters Neck. The tournament is May 1-7. Designated shuttle service to […]

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