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New Hanover County to host conference on government August 2 & 3

New Hanover County is hosting a “Conference on Government” to educate and engage the community about the inner workings of the county. The event...

Public Forum About PFAS and Other Emerging Contaminants

The event will take place May 31, 2019 at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. The discovery of GenX and other emerging contaminants in drinking...

Delinquent county property taxes drop by more than $1 million

Fewer taxpayers were late in their property tax filings, and New Hanover County reported more than $1 million less in delinquent taxes in 2018...

Mason Inlet dredging runs $3.3 million

More than 50 properties on Wrightsville Beach’s north end will be assessed costs to help dredge and maintain Mason Inlet, which separates the island’s...

Voters head to polls for congressional, state and county seats

With early voting underway, voters in New Hanover County have been casting ballots since Oct. 17 for a variety of public offices, including for...

Home Builders Association’s new chairperson in place for 33rd annual parade of homes

The Wilmington Cape Fear Home Builders Association (WCFHBA) announced that Craig Smith, of 70 West Builders, will serve as the 2019 official chairperson for...

New Hanover County seeking applicants for boards and committees

To provide opportunities for citizens to participate in county government, the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners is seeking interested citizens to apply for...

New Hanover County sends out property tax bills

The New Hanover County Tax Department will begin mailing real estate tax bills to property owners later this week. Personal property tax bills will...

County planning board UDO work session scheduled

New Hanover County’s Planning Board will hold a Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) work session on Thursday, August 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. The...

Food Waste now accepted at New Hanover County’s HazWagon

Beginning Monday, August 6, New Hanover County residents can bring unpackaged food waste in reusable containers to the county’s HazWagon. The food waste will...

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