“Remember Yesterday,” a Wilmington-based production, will premiere Aug. 11 at The Pointe 14 at 2223 Blockbuster Road. Written, financed, produced and cast out of Wilmington, the film will be shown at 7 and 9 p.m., per release.
Stores in Columbus, Brunswick and Pender counties were among 61 stores across the state forced to pay fines for price scanning errors by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Standards Division.
Cape Fear Community College announced that it will host its summer graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. on Aug. 5. Taking place at the Wilson Center in downtown Wilmington, the college expects over 200 students and families to attend the event.
“With the four deaths that we have had, all are in later years, and they have many comorbidities, as well,” said Columbus County Health Director Kim Smith. “One was fully vaccinated with one booster, and then we had two that were not vaccinated at all, and then we had the one the most recent one who had two vaccines, she had not had any boosters.”