Friday, February 3, 2023

ICYMI – Surf City bridge, IV hangover cure, MOTSU, Jervay, and more

Catch up on the stories that got readers talking this week.

Although Surf City’s new bridge is more modern, and has a much higher capacity, the old swing-bridge remains a beloved part of the area’s history. So when a single person ended up with the remains — and the rights to sell them as mementos — not everyone was excited. READ MORE

Pieces of the Surf City swing bridge are for sale by a single person, causing controversy

It’s not just for hangovers, the new business also caters to athletes, those trying to stave off a cold or flu, and others. READ MORE

Feeling hungover (or just dehydrated)? Wilmington’s first dedicated IV center opens near Mayfaire

Carolina Beach Mayor Joe Benson campaigned on a promise to mend fences with MOTSU and, so far, it looks like he may have done so. READ MORE

Back to where it began? Carolina Beach reportedly greenlit to dump lake spoils on MOTSU land

The private developer of the Jervay Communities housing project has released a detailed timeline of events leading up to, and following, the destructive Hurricane Florence. READ MORE

Timeline: Jervay is still closed with no reopening scheduled, here’s how it got that way

The officer’s cruiser was traveling at over 30 miles per hour when he struck a vehicle stopped at a red light on College Road. READ MORE

Wilmington police officer distracted by mobile device rear-ends vehicle, Internal Affairs reviewing crash

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