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  Wilmington red-light camera contract extended

Since the cameras were installed in 2000, there has been an ongoing debate over the legality of red-light cameras.

  Flooding means some roads in Pender County still impassable

At the Pender/Duplin County line, which is Rockfish Creek, water is overflowing the banks on both sides

  Wave Transit appoints new executive director

Newly appointed executive director Marie Parker will work closely with Wave’s board to implement its new vision

  State Highway Patrol will increase patrols to promote safe driving

The Booze It & Lose It anti-impaired driving campaign creates increased awareness of the dangers and consequences of drinking and driving

  Traffic backed up for hours along US Hwy 17 north

The northbound traffic lane is closed for lineman safety during repairs and traffic is backed up between Hampstead and Wilmington.

  After an influx of incidents, Highway Patrol launches Move Over campaign

After an influx of incidents, Highway Patrol launches Move Over campaign

  NHC and Pender County Traffic Court resumes

Individuals with a pending traffic ticket should check the citation look-up online at least one week prior to the court date to view the options available

  Wave Transit users pleaded to leaders to save the Brunswick Connector

WAVE board considers future of service as riders, citizens ask that Brunswick Connector be spared

  Carolina Beach Road shooting update

All lanes of Carolina Beach Road near the crime scene are closed while police are investigating

  Public input meetings held for Cape Fear Moving Forward 2045 plan

The Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization held its second of three virtual public hearings Tuesday night on Zoom.

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  Community discusses impacts of Cape Fear Memorial Bridge replacement

Engineers are working on plans to replace one of the Cape Fear region’s most famous icons.

  Community remembers Eric Freeman

Eric Freeman will be remembered as a loving father, friend and coach.

  Downtown Alive street dining begins Thursday

Restaurants can set up seating out in the street meaning they get closer to their full capacity while they are currently held to 50 percent capacity indoors.

  Crews work to clean hazardous fluid spill from road

  Two pedestrians injured in Wilmington hit-and-run

  Eastwood Road improvements almost complete

  NCDOT to hold meeting on US 17-Hickman Road intersection

  Brick work continues on Fourth Street

  Area bus drivers compete in Bus Roadeo

  Oak Island bridge reopens three days ahead of schedule

  Shallotte woman killed in single-vehicle crash on I-140

  WPD plans for unprecedented growth, traffic in the city

  Water St. set to re-open for two-way traffic in May

  WECT 6p recurring - VOD - clipped version

  RAW: Accident causes major backups on Carolina Beach Rd.