Over the years, the relationship between homeowners and developer D.R. Horton has been marred by frustration and miscommunication. The North Carolina Attorney General's Office has investigated 20 complaints filed by homeowners against the developers since late 2014.
Rip currents happen often at our nation's beaches. Thursday marks the official start of summer and Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue crews said it's crucial to know what to do if you get caught in a rip current.
Thousands of homes in the Cape Fear Region could be inundated with floods in the next 30 years. A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists estimates more than $1 billion worth of homes along the coast in our area are at risk due to sea level rise driven by climate change.
The doors at Forget Me Not Thai Hibachi Restaurant in Southport have been closed for weeks and it likely won't re-open anytime soon. A mobile home on the restaurant owners' property shifted priorities.
We were approached by several concerned citizens who wanted to know why the company Wilmington City Councilman Charlie Rivenbark works for was listed as a contact for retailers interested in setting up shop at The Avenue.
The film industry in Wilmington suffered after state lawmakers got rid of an incentive program and replaced it with a grant program in 2014. U.S. Senator Thom Tillis, who served as the North Carolina Speaker of the House when the decision was made, said they made the wrong decision.
The UNCW baseball team jumped out to an early lead but Northeastern's clutch hitting in the seventh inning gave the Huskies a 3-2 win and forced a championship game at the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.
The Cape Fear Community College Board of Trustees approved a two-year contract to pay new President Jim Morton $255,000 per year. The contract includes $158,718 set by the State Board of Community Colleges and a $96,282 supplement decided by the board of trustees.