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Paws4people foundation holding arm wrestling competition to raise money for veterans

By Daja Terry Intern Paws4people will be holding its first arm wrestling challenge series, the Battle of Wilmington, on August 18 at USS North Carolina Battleship...

WBPD Cops and Ballers event giving officers a chance to connect with community

By Daja Terry Intern Building upon the regular hoops sessions one of its officers has with local kids, the Wrightsville Beach Police Department will be hosting...

WB surf ‘family’ gives women, novices a tribe of their own

By Daja Terry Intern Surfing is a sport that requires a team of supporters and friends in order for everyone involved to be safe and successful....

Wilmington seeing growth in housing sales and rent

By Daja Terry Intern The housing market in the Cape Fear area continues to show signs of strength, as housing sales near an all-time high and...

Rookie lifeguard credits training in rescue, resuscitation of boy on Wrightsville Beach

By Daja Terry Intern The anxiety of the day had died down as the afternoon rolled around on Thursday, June 21. A calm washed over Wrightsville...

Eastwood and Military Cutoff interchange plans altered, meeting set

By Daja Terry Intern With a proposed 23-acre residential development working its way through Wilmington's approval process, the state's transportation department is modifying its plans for...

Joint county, city effort buys 14 acres of Echo Farms

By Daja Terry Intern Residents of Wilmington have been battling to preserve the green space of Echo Farms Golf and Country Club since September 2016, and...

New season brings old and new faces to the Wrightsville Beach Farmers’ Market

By Daja Terry Intern The Wrightsville Beach Farmers’ Market kicked off its ninth season this May, presenting more than 30 vendors with a variety of products...

Resident concerns come to life with Airlie Road stormwater overflow

By Daja Terry Intern Airlie Garden officials this week said that the garden ponds are steadily improving after heavy storms over Memorial Day weekend caused water...

Permanent residents, not renters, driving local housing market growth

By Daja Terry Intern Once a major driver of the local housing market, second homes and investment properties are now comprising a smaller part of the...

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