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Thursday, May 23, 2024

ICYMI – Downtown hit-and-run victim, Cape Fear Crossing coming through, Wilmington’s cannabis biz

Carolina Beach Town Council approved a one-year extension for Harris Teeter’s long-stalled project, but for some residents, the years and years of delays are getting frustrating. READ MORE

Carolina Beach Council holds Harris Teeter’s fate in their hands, residents fed up with store’s ’empty promises’

The NCDOT used to have a tool to prevent development in the path of future road and bridge projects. The only problem? It was unconstitutional. Now new homes are being built in Leland and Brunswick County that could likely face demolition when the Cape Fear Crossing Bridge is built. READ MORE

NCDOT can’t stop development in Cape Fear Crossing’s path. That could mean demolishing homes later

Typically, the Wilmington Police Department – like most law enforcement agencies – does not discuss ongoing investigations. But they did brief this downtown bartender on police efforts to catch and prosecute the woman who ran him down. He gave Port City Daily an inside look at the investigation. READ MORE

Downtown hit-and-run victim: Suspect tried to discard evidence, WPD investigating if drinking involved

The state’s current cannabis market is limited to “hemp” (that is, plants with very low THC), and it’s mired in legal grey areas and shifting regulations. If “marijuana” (i.e. psychoactive cannabis) is legalized, many fear it will only get more confusing. This Wilmington entrepreneur wants to help fix that. READ MORE

Wilmington company wants to help organize cannabis market, get ahead of the legalization curve

There are roadway projects coming to Pender County — a lot of them. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect, and when to expect it. READ MORE

More than $400 million NCDOT projects expected in Pender County in next decade

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