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  Corning Credit Union cuts ribbon on new regional office in Wilmington

Corning Credit Union held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new regional office on 17th Street on Wednesday but the financial institution has a much longer history in Wilmington.

  No new taxes: City of Wilmington looks at economic growth, cost cutting to keep promise

  Leaders discuss plan that could bring hundreds of jobs to Columbus County

  Prepared meals tax on the table in Brunswick County

  Local Real Estate Considered a Best Buy the week of February 10th

  Rep. Davis seeks $8 million for new visitor center, other projects at Fort Fisher Historic Site

  Ohio lawmakers push to end sales taxes on diapers, tampons

Continued Coverage

  Tax experts encourage filing before Feb. 15 in case of another shutdown

Proposed tax could help pay for beach projects in Brunswick County

  Don’t get hooked: Protect yourself from misleading financial aid offers

Luck today will pay off tomorrow: Lottery winner puts prize money toward retirement

  Woman beats cancer three times, builds a small business because of it

Best Real Estate Deals in southeastern North Carolina 11/23

  NC treasurer addresses concerns of income tax cap hurting state’s Triple-A bond rating

The proposed Constitutional Amendment to cap the state’s income tax rate at seven percent passed by a 57-43 margin in the General Election. Opponents raised several concerns, among them that the hard cap would negatively impact the bond rating. Treasurer Dale Folwell disagrees.

  Take a look at three ‘good deals’ in real estate this week

Just For Buyers Realty is sharing its top deals of the week for real estate in southeastern North Carolina.

  Southern Brunswick islands work to boost business

That area of the county is experiencing population growth, but not much push in businesses. The purpose of the breakfast series is find ways to attract business that can accommodate the growing population.

Wilmington’s economic scorecard bouncing back from Florence

The scorecard looks at how well Wilmington ranks against peer cities in human capital, traded sector jobs, entrepreneurial activity and innovation.

  Hiring fair: Best Buy looks to bring in seasonal employees

  Lack of student loans prevents entrepreneur from getting a loan

Deadline extended to apply for unemployment benefits after Hurricane Florence

  How to check if you have counterfeit money

  Millennials prioritize prenups

  Home values skyrocket: Should you borrow against it?

You could own a piece of Live Oak Bank

Live Oak Bank’s Chairman and CEO James Mahan III kicked off the company’s initial public offering Thursday morning by ringing Nasdaq’s opening bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square.