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N.C. Moral Mondays film series concludes 

The Black Arts Alliance and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) New Hanover County chapter are teaming up once again...

Reading camps offer students a chance to catch up

In North Carolina, many third-grade students are participating in summer reading camps, as mandated by the N.C. General Assembly Read to Achieve law that...

CFIFN sees big picture in museum 

While the push in Raleigh to eliminate film incentives is still causing controversy around North Carolina, one local nonprofit organization hopes to immortalize the...

Firefighters rescue baby left in car

A 27-year-old woman was charged with misdemeanor child abuse by Wilmington police Saturday, July 12, after leaving her infant child in a vehicle. Witnesses and...

Watershed restoration plan reaches out to community

The Cape Fear River Watch hosted a free seminar to educate the public about the Bradley and Hewlett’s Creek Watershed Restoration Plan that was...

CFCC students to have room to grow in new performing arts center 

  “This will brand downtown as the performing arts center for Wilmington and our region,” said Shane Fernando, director of Cape Fear Community College’s soon-to-be...

Cooking class inspires little chefs

Wearing their blue aprons, elementary school-aged children gathered around the Fran Russ Recreation Center’s kitchen countertop Friday, June 27. The children were part of the...

Bow Wow Luau victorious night for the animals

Bella was the center of attention during Saturday’s luau. Wearing a lavender lei and a grass skirt, she caused many heads to turn; people...

World cultures celebrated 

The aroma of exotic spices and herbs, the laughter of children and different dialects and languages all came together at Hugh MacRae Park on...

Bow Wow Luau & The Cat’s Meow benefits two nonprofits this year

The evening of Saturday, June 21 will be filled with Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts and Polynesian fire dancing to the pinging of steel drums. The Bow...

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