Chelsea Donovan is excited to be back in television news after a brief hiatus! After graduating from East Carolina in 2004 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Chelsea signed on as a producer at WITN-TV in Greenville. NC. After a year producing she moved to Reporter and Fill-In Anchor, and finally spent her final 3 years in the market as the Jacksonville Bureau Chief covering the military, and the Eastern Carolina Coast. Chelsea spent 6 years, writing, shooting and editing stories of Eastern Carolinians in more than 30 counties. After a career change to Event Sales that lasted 4 years here in Wilmington, Chelsea constantly had the "itch" to return to reporting. Her parents have recently retired to Wilmington, and Chelsea and her two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, call the Port City home. In her spare time Chelsea enjoys experiencing everything Wilmington has to offer! Taking her dogs to the beach, traveling, trying new restaurants and spending time with her boyfriend, family and friends.
The town home project called Settler’s Village was approved unanimously by Leland Town Council on Thursday night. It has been the topic of hot debate for several months, and the development had been continued four times at town council meetings.
New Hanover County has released a detailed, nine-page report that focuses on areas of strength and what needs to improve in how the county handled its response to Hurricane Florence which struck the region more than five months ago.
The man who filed a federal lawsuit against New Hanover County law enforcement officers claiming they used excessive force while taking him into custody during a November encounter that went viral has been released from jail.
As Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, celebrates what would be his 209th birthday Tuesday, a new bronze face mask created by a renowned sculpture has been unveiled in the Port City.
The Cape Fear Crossing is an approximately 9.5-mile proposed road and bridge aimed at improving traffic and enhancing freight movements from US 17 and I-140 in Brunswick County to US 421 near the Port of Wilmington in southern New Hanover County.
Aimed at identifying where overdose and drug use occurs in Wilmington, the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) is new technology the Wilmington Police Department started using in April 2018.
Cape Fear Community College recently added a Doron Precision Systems simulator to the truck driver training, law enforcement, and emergency response programs. The system helps students prepare for driving in hazardous conditions and on challenging terrain.