Comedian Cliff Cash is more than ‘Half Way There’

The comedian, whose home club is Dead Crow Comedy in Wilmington, released a new album titled ‘Half Way There’

  Young actress from Southeastern North Carolina has a starring role in new Disney Channel show

Elle Graham stars in 'Secrets of Sulphur Springs'

  Wilmington's film industry sees action in the start of 2021

The film industry starts the year strong in Wilmington after productions were shut down at the start of the pandemic in 2020

  Escape to a winter wonderland in 'Our State'

  Public health experts work to build trust in the COVID-19 vaccine

Some studies show a third of Black Americans express hesitance about taking the new COVID-19 vaccines

  How to return your online purchase from Amazon if your gift was not a hit

Here's how to return your Amazon purchase this holiday

  Hundreds of volunteers in Cape Fear region helped to make COVID-19 vaccine a reality

Hundreds of volunteers in Wilmington participated in the clinical trials that led to the emergency use authorization of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

  Holiday Flea at BAC is back

The Holiday Flea at BAC kicked off Dec. 4 and runs through Sun., Dec. 6

  Flipped Flotilla: Changes keep the annual NC Holiday Flotilla tradition alive

Docks will be decorated instead of boats this year

  Chef offers tips for smaller but special Thanksgiving meal

Chef Gwen Gulliksen of CFCC shares tips for a smaller but special Thanksgiving meal

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  COVID-19 patient opens up about her battle with the virus

A woman from Tabor City talked to us from her hospital bed about her fight with COVID-19

  Doctors recommend changes to Thanksgiving festivities to curb COVID-19 spread

The CDC and doctors recommend making changes to your Thanksgiving holiday plans

  Find North Carolina’s best and quirkiest museums in November’s ‘Our State’

The magazine highlights the well-known museums, as well as some that are lesser known, including the American Museum of the House Cat in Silva.

  Music will be in the air thanks to 'The Piano Men'

The performances are outdoors at Thalian Hall.

  The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is everywhere this year

The event is Sat., Nov. 7 in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Counties.

  Online lecture looks at ornate, macabre ways Victorians mourned death

“The Good Death: Victorian Mourning Rituals” is an online discussion led by Dr. Michaela Howells and hosted by the Bellamy Mansion Museum.

  NCWorks Career Centers now open for in person appointments

The NCWorks Career Centers in Southeastern North Carolina are open by appointment only

  Work continues during pandemic to advocate for neglected and abused children

Guardian ad Litem provides abused, neglected and dependent children with trained, independent volunteers who advocate for them

  Chef Vivian Howard promises to change the way you cook with ‘This Will Make It Taste Good’

Each chapter begins with a flavor hero, what Vivian Howard calls the building block of the recipe, which she said will make simple food exciting

  Cameron Art Museum celebrates 19th Amendment with community art project

The words of the 19th Amendment are on display outside the Cameron Art Museum as part of a community art project

  Art-oberfest returns to support artists in Wilmington; COVID-19 precautions will be in place

The event is an art walk through the Carolina Place/Ardmore Historic Street Car District neighborhoods

  Clinical trials for possible COVID-19 vaccine and treatment underway in Wilmington

Dozens of patients in our community have been given an experimental treatment for COVID-19 that is being used by the president to help him battle his illness.

  Salvation Army hopes to count on more than coins during Rescue Christmas campaign

The Salvation Army hopes donors will give online this year, as it expects fewer donations through the red kettle drive due to a COVID-19-related coin shortage

  Surfalorus to make waves in a new way with 2020 film festival

The festival will feature stories about diverse surfers

  Go on a road trip with ‘Our State’ this month

September’s Our State magazine takes readers on a road trip across North Carolina

  Added screen time can spell trouble at bedtime

Advice from an expert on better sleep as screen time is up for adults and children.

  Wilmington’s ‘Rise Together’ initiative to address issues of racial inequality

The goal of “Rise Together” is to bring the community together to make sure all citizens are valued and can have equal opportunities for prosperity

  Two positive cases of COVID-19 at Columbus County Schools

A student and staff member tested positive for COVID-19

  Author features Wilmington’s gems in new novel

  Job outlook improves in Cape Fear region, according to NCWorks

Hiring outlook in the Cape Fear region

  Say cheese: ‘Our State’ features North Carolina cheese

'Our State' helps you to perfect your wine and cheese pairings

  Virtual version of annual Wilmington Jewish Film Festival underway

The annual event kicked off Tues., Aug. 10, but it is virtual this year due to COVID-19.

  Depression, anxiety on the rise in North Carolina during pandemic

Therapist Mindy France talks about the rise of depression and anxiety in North Carolina during the coronavirus pandemic

  UNCW creates committee to address campus diversity and inclusion

UNCW has created a task force to enhance diversity on campus

  Audience grows for documentary about 1898 massacre ‘Wilmington on Fire’

A documentary about Wilmington’s 1898 massacre can now be viewed in more places

  Wrightsville Beach leaders vote to increase parking rates

The Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen voted Friday to increase parking rates, blaming the hike on the COVID-19 pandemic

  Dozens of donors, including our Ashlea Kosikowski, give blood at the WECT News, Red Cross and Custom Home Furniture Galleries drive

Dozens of donors answered the call Wednesday to give blood, as our nation faces a shortage of donations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.