Highway 6

  Highway 6: Paradise Provisions shares recipe for Creole Shrimp

Paradise Provisions, a Holly Ridge-based business that creates meal kits, will show visitors to the Sneads Ferry Shrimp Festival how to serve up the shrimp they take home from the event

  Highway 6: Fair Bluff farmers power through the heat for the perfect Watermelon

  Highway 6: Wild cat rescue slated to open in Fair Bluff 2021

  Highway 6: ’There’s no place like home,’ Fair Bluff mayor has hope town will recover despite devastating floods

  Highway 6: Competition between two friends in 1979 led to Fair Bluff’s Watermelon Festival

  Recipe: Serve a healthy, tasty cold watermelon soup for lunch (or breakfast?!)

  3 Storms in 20 years: a look at Floyd, Matthew and Florence’s impact on Fair Bluff

Continued Coverage

  Highway 6: Wearing the crown, sash, and evening gown is just a small part of the NC Watermelon Festival Queen’s job

  Highway 6: Fair Bluff works to move forward after hurricanes with new town hall, police headquarters, and visitor center

  Recipe: Salsa includes ‘watermelon surprise’

  Highway 6: Historic steel bars of old Pender Co. Jail hold decades of slammer stories

  Highway 6: Inside the damaged Pender County Courthouse in Burgaw

  Highway 6: Burgaw Cemetery is not full, no space is available to be purchased from town

  Highway 6: Hollywood turned Burgaw into backdrop for films, TV shows since 1980s

Burgaw became a popular destination for filmmakers. It began with 'Silver Bullet.'

  Highway 6: Blueberry recipes sent in by viewers

Highway 6: Blueberry recipes sent in by viewers

  Highway 6: Blueberries produce huge health benefits

Blueberries are considered one of the healthiest foods making the fruit a top choice for doctors and nutritionists.

  Highway 6: Pender County Humane Society celebrates 10 years of saving lives

The Pender County Humane Society is celebrating being at their current location for ten years, is a no-kill shelter, and making forever friends.

  Highway 6: Angels lend their legs to the disabled for the Blueberry Festival 5K

  Bob Bonner’s Blueberry - Lemon Pound Cake

  Highway 6: Generations of family history intertwined in the vines of Lu Mil Vineyard

  Highway 6: White Lake’s newest restaurant keeps customers coming back for more

  Highway 6: Behind the scenes of how White Lake Water Park prepares for the summer season

  Highway 6: The oldest Nautique dealer in the world is located right on White Lake

  Highway 6: White Lake multi-use path opens just in time for Water Festival

A project years in the making is finally finished right in time for water festival.

  Highway 6: Celebrating White Lake’s hundred year history

White Lake's first public beach property was established 118 years ago. We're taking a look at back the town in time for the 41st Annual Water Festival.

  Highway 6: Celebrating the FFA Center at White Lake as one of the town’s oldest icons

The FFA Center at White Lake was established in 1928 and is still a big part of the community for its summer camp program and land use for various gatherings and events.

Here’s the schedule for the 2019 tour of Highway 6

Here's the schedule for the 2019 Highway 6 tour.

Highway 6 poll: We have a winner!

Highway 6 poll voters selected a 1956 Chevrolet truck as the favorite for WECT to take on the road for its Highway 6 on-location series

HIGHWAY 6: WECT takes newscasts on the road again

The WECT anchor team hits the road again for its summer series of Highway 6. The first stop will be at the White Lake Water Festival in May.

  Highway 6: Freddie’s of Kure Beach shares recipe for peach pecan pork chops

Freddie’s has been serving up Italian food in Kure Beach for almost 25 years.

  Highway 6: Kure Beach Fishing Pier stays in the family

In the 1870s, Hans Kure and his sons started a variety of businesses and amusements on a narrow strip of land they purchased between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean.

  Highway 6: The sweetest treat on the boardwalk: Britt’s Donuts

If you have been to the boardwalk between March and September in Carolina Beach, chances are you have lined up around the block at Britt’s Donuts to get your hands on the sweet, sticky, warm gooey treat.

  Highway 6: ‘Beer is Love’ at the Fat Pelican

If you have heard the slogan, “Beer is Love,” then you know we are talking about the Fat Pelican.

  Highway 6: Exploring the sunken blockade runner Condor

Beyond the beautiful beaches of Pleasure Island, and below the surf, sit relics of our nation’s rich history. Three dozen sunken Civil War vessels litter the coastline. One of them is the blockade runner Condor.

  Highway 6: Cape Fear Festival of Trees transforms aquarium into winter wonderland

The Cape Fear Festival of Trees has taken over the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.

  Highway 6: Roadside stand to island staple

The Veggie Wagon started as a vender at farmers markets across our area, and eventually turned into an island staple. It’s a place for locals and visitors to get fresh local food and beverage options and a variety of homemade products

  Highway 6: Fresh, local flair at the Carolina Beach Farmers Market

Vendors from across the region come out to the Carolina Beach Farmers Market to interact with locals and visitors to Carolina Beach.

  Highway 6: Island Women work to make Pleasure Island a better place

A group of women work together to enhance the quality of life on Pleasure Island.

  Highway 6: “Come Back” campaign luring tourists back to Wilmington and area beaches after Hurricane Florence

Wilmington's Convention and Visitors Bureau wants tourists to "come back". A new ad campaign is reminding people the region is back open for business

  Highway 6: Carolina Beach non-profit has a unique way of saving animals

Jeannie Mintz of Carolina Beach started the non-profit Saving Animals During Disasters after helping rescue animals after Hurricane Katrina.

  Highway 6: The Glass House – One of the most unique houses on Pleasure Island

Chances are, if you've driven through Kure Beach, you've seen this house.

  Highway 6: Fort Fisher the most visited coastal state park facility in 2017

Established in 1986, the Fort Fisher facility spreads over 287 acres and its staff has management responsibilities for about eight miles of undeveloped beach within the park and in the adjoining Bald Head Island State Natural Area.