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Cooper asks K-8 public school students to remain masked indoors

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper's administration released new guidance to public school districts Wednesday, asking K-8 schools...

New Hanover commissioners to hear presentation on tolling Cape Fear Memorial Bridge this month

The Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, as seen from Wilmington, is aging out of its useful lifespan. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna F....

Tree-saving petition on tiny ocean-adjacent lot brings private property rights, relocation difficulties to light

A petition to save a large live oak on a small Ocean Blvd. lot on Carolina Beach set to be removed...

Rolling the dice: Speculative industrial developments on the rise after decade-long dry streak

Construction is underway on the first building of the Wilmington Trade Center, a speculative industrial development with direct frontage on U.S....

Owner of Wilmington childcare center arrested for alleged child abuse, more parents come forward

Carr's Academy on Peachtree Avenue was the site of an incident last month that resulted in the childcare center's owner and...

Labor shortage spurs local production delays, hinders business expansion

Acme Smoked Fish would have already expanded by now, adding 150 new employees to its Pender County plant, if not for...

City passes $241M budget with slight tax increase, council raises, boosts affordable housing investments

WILMINGTON –– The City of Wilmington passed its $241.8 million fiscal year 2021-2022 budget Tuesday. 

City gets almost everything it wants in Riverfront Park, possibility of river access uncertain

The city originally planned to construct a 240-foot long floating dock alongside the Riverwalk to provide river access to Riverfront Park,...

Cape Fear Community Land Trust revitalizes forever affordable home

Cape Fear Community Land Trust bought this home in Castle Hayne for a low price and is now selling it as...

Gordon Road subdivision catches heat for lackluster erosion control

County engineering staff sent a fiery notice up the chain of command, spearing the developers of the Landing at Lewis Creek...