One more vote is needed, along with the governor’s signature, to create specialty North Carolina license plates featuring the Town of Wrightsville Beach logo, which will help the beach community maintain recreational opportunities for its’ residents and visitors.
Stein says children and teens are at an enhanced risk of falling victim to identity theft, because unlike adults, they don’t regularly monitor their credit, and he says many parents don’t realize they should be doing it for them.
The Trump Administration announced new changes to the Endangered Species Act, Monday. Laws that have been in place for 45 years will now list endangered plant and animal species on a case-by-case basis.
Don’t be surprised to see school bags with a little more padding then normal this school year. Parents across the county have made the item a top priority on their annual back-to-school shopping lists.
At a meeting at the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce Thursday morning, New Hanover Regional CEO John Gizdic and County Manager Chris Courdriet explained to business leaders and elected officials in attendance they thought the need to eventually sell the hospital was “inevitable.”
Dozens of families received boxes of food Wednesday, as The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina and Pender County Schools joined forces to help feed those still displaced and recovering from Hurricane Florence, from over 10 months ago.
The Original Ice Cream Stand doesn’t have their own building to house their stash of ice cream. They have a stand right as you enter Wrightsville Beach, and they couldn’t be any more excited for the day catered to them.
Two months into the summer season, and beach-goers hoping to utilize Freeman Park on the north end of Carolina Beach are at the mercy of the tides and currents flowing along the island’s northern inlet.
Instead of approving a proposal that would have allowed some commissioners to exceed their current $4,000 annual travel budget, commissioners reached a split decision to cut the current travel budget in half.
One of North Carolina’s most recognizable faces was in the Cape Fear region Thursday as Department of Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry congratulated Acme Smoked Fish Corp. on a safety distinction from the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Annual kick off ofthe Stop Summer Hunger initiative at The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina at Wilmington. By July 31, the hope is to provide 220,000 meals to children in New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus and Pender Counties.