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Preservation work planned for S. Banks Channel Bridge on Wrightsville Beach

The South Banks Channel Bridge photographed at high tide in the afternoon. (Port City Daily/Preston Lennon) WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH...
Chad Kimes, North Carolina Department of Transportation deputy division engineer, outlines an approximate area outside the proposed four-lane roadway system that will be studied during the merger and design process of Cape Fear Crossing. (Port City Daily/photo Johanna Ferebee)

‘11th hour letter’ raises questions about how NCDOT regulates private sector

The Hanover Reserve parcel, outlined in red. The Military Cutoff Extension runs through it, and Murrayville Road approaches diagonally on the...
Pender County is looking to drill three wells at a cost of $375,000 to increase water supply in the Hampstead are by roughly 67 percent. The area is currently supplied by two water tanks; one, pictured, is just north of Topsail Middle School. (Port City Daily photo/Mark Darrough)

Amid fears of an overcrowded Pender School system, developer offers to build new preschool

Bay Ridge Commons is a proposed commercial development with three buildings, one of them guaranteed to be an expansion of a...
College Road just north of its intersection with Oleander Drive late Friday morning. (Port City Daily/Mark Darrough)

City takes first step at fixing traffic conditions on UNCW’s front door

College Road, a massive corridor that fronts UNCW, evolved into a highway despite the surge of students living in the area....

Military Cutoff Extension attracts bid for townhomes, commercial hub and more at future growth node

Ongoing roadway improvements in northern New Hanover County have spurned interest from developers, who seek to establish a staple piece mixed-use...

Meadowlark Lemon Bridge light installation marks first Wilmington Rail Trail public art display

The Meadowlark Lemon Memorial Bridge will be lit nightly at dusk through 2 a.m., and again from 5 a.m. to sunrise...
A flooded neighborhood on Alexis Hales Road near the Black River in Currie, North Carolina, Wednesday, September 19, 2018. (Port City Daily photo | Mark Darrough)

Eastern N.C. leaders seek funding to improve flood resilience before ‘the next Florence’

A flooded neighborhood on Alexis Hales Road near the Black River in Currie, North Carolina, Wednesday, September 19, 2018. (Port City...

Brunswick County seeks feedback from travelers, residents on transportation

BRUNSWICK COUNTY – A new survey put out by Brunswick County and the N.C. Department of Transportation...

Brunswick County tornado recovery under way

"Back to normal," a local restoration company, provides its services to a hard-hit Ocean Ridge Plantation home just two days after...

Major project to relocate railways advancing in Wilmington

The City of Wilmington is working toward defining a new rail route. (Port City Daily photo/Alexandria Sands) WILMINGTON...