A news story isn’t finished after it gets reported – often, that’s just the beginning of the conversation.
Here are five stories from this week that got people talking:
A story about downtown development uncovered some hidden gems from Wilmington’s history. Check out the Feast of the Pirates, celebrated for just three years from 1927-1929. READ MORE
Two months after public attention focused on the chemical known as GenX, the issue has been thoroughly politicized. The latest proposal would deny Governor Cooper’s $2.5 million request and give funding to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. READ MORE
Buddy’s was a Wrightsville Beach institution and we were sad to see it go. But we’re equally exited to see new life breathed into the space. Check out what’s in store. READ MORE
We heard the story of Operation Pretty Things, a Wilmington non-profit dedicated to getting the survivors of domestic abuse get back on their feet. Find out what they do, and how you can help. READ MORE