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About: wilmington, north carolina

Named after Spencer Compton, the Earl of Wilmington, Wilmington is located on the Cape Fear River as well as the Atlantic Ocean. Most beaches are about twenty minutes away from downtown. The city was the childhood home to basketball legend Michael Jordan. With one of the largest historic districts in the nation, at nearly three-hundred blocks it is home to many sites including the Bellamy mansion and the restored City Market. Wilmington hosts the Cucalorus, an independent film festival annually.

Population: 75838
Local Newspapers: The Star-News
Local Sports Teams: Wilmington Hammerheads (USL)
Local Colleges: University of North Carolina - Wilmington

Zip Codes associated with wilmington, north carolina: 28401 28403 28405 28409 28411 28412 28451
Towns/Cities near wilmington, north carolina : Kings Grant Murraysville Silver Lake Myrtle Grove Surf City Burgaw Wallace

Wilmington News
Repaving work affecting several Wilmington roads starts Monday

Officials with the city of Wilmington said crews will begin work Monday to install stormwater improvements in several locations along Peachtree Avenue and 39th Street. Following the resurfacing of 39th Street and Peachtree Avenue, stormwater improvements and new pavement will be installed on Audubon Boulevard and Floral Parkway.

Wilmington police search for suspect in Martin Street stabbing

Anasha Johnson, 25, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and assault by pointing a gun.

Traffic Alert: Northbound South Third Street now open at Greenfield Lake

If your daily commute takes you in and out of Wilmington using Carolina Beach Road by Greenfield Lake, maybe your Christmas Present has come early. South Third Street, at the intersection with Burnett Blvd and Carolina Beach Road, is open to traffic.

Council to consider additional horse carriage permits

After Monday morning's agenda meeting, city staff told the Wilmington City Council that a business owner has asked that it consider increasing the number of permits that allow the operation of horse-drawn carriages in downtown Wilmington from five to seven. Springbrook Farms, Inc., owned by John and Janet Puccic, currently posses all five permits for horse-drawn vehicles for hire in the city.

'He's Embarrassed Me': In North Carolina, Trumpists Start to Turn

The group doesn't bring up the Russia probe at all. But they have a lot to say about the opioid crisis, and health care.

North Carolina paid $30M for 600 acres that now sit vacant

A state senator said he wants to know what's planned for 600 acres that the N.C. State Ports Authority bought for $30 million for a megaport that was never built. The StarNews of Wilmington reports that the vacant land bought by the state almost 12 years ago now had an estimated value of $15 million in 2013, half its purchase price.

Strong economy boosts Trump among otherwise skeptical voters

President Trump speaks about the economy and his recent trip to Asia in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, Wednesday, Nov. 15. President Trump speaks about the economy and his recent trip to Asia in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, Wednesday, Nov. 15. In 2016, the U.S. economy served as a punching bag for then-candidate Donald Trump . Today, it has become a lifeline for an otherwise embattled presidency.

John Hood: Road leads back to Public TV

The larger-than-life former Jesuit priest, Nixon speechwriter, and host of the "McLaughlin Group" public-television show from 1982 to 2016 was just as loud and bumptious in person as he was on TV. I never worked for him, but I did spend a year working for weekly "McLaughlin Group" panelists Fred Barnes and Mort Kondracke when they were both editors at The New Republic, the magazine where I served as a reporter-researcher.

Candy Cane Lane attracts vendors, near and far -

Customer Mary Thompson, center, makes a purchase with Half United. She is pictured with Meredith Wheeler and Isaiah Surles of Half United.

NHCSO looking for alleged armed robbery suspects

The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery that allegedly took place Saturday morning at the Speedway gas station at 6769 Gordon Road in Wilmington. According to Deputy Sheriff Jerry Brewer, two men entered the gas station and demanded the female clerks give them cash and stole cash and cigarettes shortly after 5 a.m. Brewer said one suspect is a black male between 5' 8" and 5' 10", weighing between 170 and 200 pounds, wearing a camo jacket, camo gloves, grey pants, white shoes, and a face covering.

Scientists: Wood pellet industry a threat - 7:55 pm updated:

The facts are not with Enviva, according to more than 100 scientists from North Carolina and across the world who signed a letter to Gov. Roy Cooper arguing that the wood pellet processing industry is damaging to the environment. "We are writing in our individual capacities to urge you to integrate forest conservation and restoration into your climate action plan and to swiftly address the threat that the wood pellet industry poses to meeting climate mitigation goals," the letter reads.

UNCW student creating drone to collect water samples

This weekend students at UNCW are getting the chance to use their programming skills outside the classroom. The university's second annual "Internet of Things Hackathon" is driving up some very cool inventions.

Yard sales

Indoor mega yard sale offering new and gently used items including housewares, furniture, kids' items, books, sporting goods, electronics, clothes, and more at below bargain prices. It also boasts a "Unique Boutique" of new items, with tags, sold at a deep discount.

Donut Inn donates thousands of leftover goodies to non-profits

A local donut shop we featured earlier this year in a special series called "Destination Donuts" hit a big time milestone this month and it's the community that is benefiting. The Donut Inn in Wilmington created a donation program where they give all their daily leftover baked goods to a local non-profit.

Hilarie Burton Says - One Tree Hill' Creator Mark Schwahn...

"One Tree Hill" star Hilarie Burton detailed sexual assault allegations against showrunner Mark Schwahn on Friday, saying that he forced himself upon her on multiple occasions, once while on a call with then-CW President Dawn Ostroff. Burton said in an interview with Variety that Schwahn began pursuing an inappropriate relationship with her in the show's third season, when he decided that she was "his muse."

Tyler Jackson named manager of Wilmington Sharks

Jackson, who played at the College of Charleston, has spent the past two seasons as the hitting coach for North Greenville University. He takes over a Wilmington club that has made the Petit Cup playoffs in each of the past three seasons under Wingo.

Toronto filmmakers go from web series to festival circuit with The Definites

Hannah Cheesman, Mackenzie Donaldson, Sam Coyle and Michael Seater at the Cucalorus Festival in Wilmington, N.C., where their first feature film, The Definites, premiered. For six months starting in late 2014, web series Whatever, Linda creators Hannah Cheesman and Mackenzie Donaldson chronicled their careers as young, female producers in the ever-shifting film/TV/digital landscape for The Globe and Mail .

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