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LIFESTYLES—Year in Review 2015

January More than 700 Civil War enthusiasts reenacted the Battle at Fort Fisher Jan. 17-18. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory attended the keynote address given...

Little Chapel on the Boardwalk welcomes new preschool director

Little Chapel on the Boardwalk Presbyterian Church is taking their preschool program in a different direction under the leadership of a new director. Angela McConnell,...

On the Crest of a new era

Seventy years ago, a three-story stucco and brick cinema was constructed on Lumina Avenue in downtown Wrightsville Beach and dubbed the Crest Theater. The...

Water bonds

Two sisters walk side by side through the beach sand Friday, Aug. 14, faces still glowing with surf stoke. Elli Goldfrad’s brown ponytail drips...

Landfall Art Show and Sale benefits local artists, nonprofits

Sculptures, paintings and other forms of visual art will fill Landfall’s Dye Clubhouse during the 16th Annual Landfall Art Show and Sale, a three-day event...

West African lifeguard learns from WBOR

With a void in lifeguarding services in his West African home country of Ghana, Felix Uzor made the cross-Atlantic trip to the United States...

Wrightsville Beach School to launch new marine science programs

With its own dock and an experienced marine science instructor, Wrightsville Beach School is already unique for its coast-focused curriculum. Beginning during the upcoming 2015-16...

Nest hatchings, educational efforts mark end of sea turtle season

Sea turtle nesting season is nearing an end in the state of North Carolina, but not before the giant sea reptiles give volunteers and...

Farm to school: Local farmer promotes children’s nutrition, sustainable agriculture

Some families have a swimming pool, a willow tree or a swing set in their backyard. Matt Collogan has a greenhouse, a chicken coop,...

Eagle Scout installs bat houses

Many Wrightsville Beach residents spray pesticides to kill and repel mosquitoes, one of the region’s most pervasive summertime nuisances. But a Harbor Island resident...

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