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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

ICYMI – Complaints against WPD triple, major Shallotte development, Cape Fear Crossing

One of the benefits in a public-private development is that elected officials can have a hand in shaping what the project looks like — but when it came to Wilmington’s River Place, a luxury condominium project partially funded with taxpayer money, no effort was made to add affordable housing units. READ MORE

River Place, a multi-million dollar, taxpayer-funded luxury condo development won’t have affordable options

With a dozen – or more – retail spots and a 50,000-square-foot anchor store, it’s a major commercial development for the rapidly growing area. READ MORE

Over a dozen retail locations, big box development coming to Shallotte

Sea levels are rising, which means if the NCDOT doesn’t plan accordingly, its $1 billion dollar Cape Fear Crossing project could end up underwater. READ MORE

NCDOT releases sea level rise assessment for Cape Fear Crossing

Vincent Iventosch was run over, dragged across a parking lot, and left by men who had been seen on video drinking. No charges were ever filed, although a police investigator did try to convince Iventosch – who had just gotten out of surgery at the time – that the incident was his fault. Wilmington’s internal affairs launched an investigation, but wouldn’t say anything else. So, what happened? READ MORE

One year later, no charges for driver who ran over Wilmington man in parking lot

A leaked version of the Wilmington Police Department’s internal affairs report shows the number of confirmed incidents of misconduct had tripled since last year. READ MORE

Draft internal report shows ‘sustained’ allegations against Wilmington Police Department have tripled

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