ICYMI: Top read story of the week, UNCW spring semester, former Seashore Drugs owner fined, and more [Free]

WILMINGTON—And here we are: a mere five days away from the big dance. With all the talk of refraining from holiday travels, avoiding family this Christmas to prevent the spread of Covid-19, getting Covid tests if traveling, and of course vaccines now being distributed, there’s a chance you missed a few headlines this week.

No worries, we have you covered.

The number one read story of the week also centers on Covid: “116 Covid-19 cases reported in New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender public schools [Free].” Following is a film industry update, “Eight film projects expected to make $114-million impact in North Carolina in 2021, exceeding past years” and “Wilmington pharmacy fined $1 million for egregiously dispensing opioids, ignoring red flags.”


We’ve included them below, along with a few others reads, ICYMI.

116 Covid-19 cases reported in New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender public schools [Free]

Eight film projects expected to make $114-million impact in North Carolina in 2021, exceeding past years

Wilmington pharmacy fined $1 million for egregiously dispensing opioids, ignoring red flags

Hugs, Handshakes, Hope: Wilmington blues artist Randy McQuay reflects on 2020, prepares for last shows of the year

UNCW looks toward spring semester and moving students safely onto campus amid Covid-19 [Free]

Full board of directors named in $1.25 billion hospital community foundation

Trouble in paradise: Bald Head Island Council objects to private-to-public ferry sale


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