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Thursday, May 23, 2024

ICYMI Jan. 22-28: ‘Justice for Axel,’ relief from traffic, new Freeman Park owners

Headlines come and go faster than ever. Check out the stories people were talking about in this week's 'In Case You Missed It.'

The violent death of Axel, a five-month-old puppy, shocked, saddened and angered residents. It also brought them together in a new organization – “Justice for Axel” – working for tougher animal abuse laws. READ MORE

Man appears in court with girlfriend, charged with killing her family’s puppy

Whether you live, work or just occasionally visit friends and family in Wilmington, you are familiar with just how bad traffic can get. But help is on the way, as the NCDOT proposes plans to ease the pain at several congested intersections. READ MORE

NCDOT presents plans for several Wilmington area intersections

Freeman Park is a complicated place: a mix of town, county, state and private land. Currently, the area is undeveloped but – after the private land was recently transferred to several related LLCs – what is next for the popular beach destination? READ MORE

Freeman Park property now in the hands of LLCs. Is development in the future?

Wilmington artist Rob Fogle painted a mural in the Brooklyn Arts District. The City of Wilmington made him take it down. If you’re confused, you’re not alone. READ MORE (and hear Fogle’s thoughts on the subject with our audio section).

‘Public nuisance’ or public art? Muralist wants Wilmington to change its ways

The Avenue is the largest of several major developments proposed along congested Military Cutoff Road. After raising questions with city staff, and provoking anger from residents, the project is back. But a couple of key factors have changed. READ MORE

The Avenue changed how Wilmington treats developments, now it’s coming back

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