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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
Two teens charged in Wilmington car theft, hit and run

According to Linda Rawley Thompson with Wilmington Police Department, it happened around 9 p.m. at 14th and Greenfield Street. An officer on patrol noticed a car with its tag light out.

Executive director of the Historic Wilmington Foundation to retire in December

Edwards, who has been the executive director of the foundation since 2004, is the longest-serving executive director in the organization's 51-year history. Walker Abney, president of the Historic Wilmington Foundation's board of trustees, and fellow board members praised Edwards for his work and dedication to the foundation and the historic preservation movement in Wilmington and the Lower Cape Fear region.

Wilmington man gets prison time after pleading guilty to drug charges

A Wilmington man was sentenced to more than five years in prison after pleading guilty to several drug charges Monday. Antoine Watkins, 40, pleaded guilty in New Hanover Superior Court to sale of heroin, possession with intent to sale and deliver heroin, possession with intent to sale and deliver cocaine, and possession with intent to sale and deliver marijuana.

Retired Marine's bike trip leads to $200K lottery win

A retired Marine's bike trip down the East Coast now has a lasting memory thanks to an unscheduled stop in North Carolina. According to the N.C. Education Lottery, Mark Bruso of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, has been riding down the East Coast since early July to visit the places he was stationed during his six years as a Marine.

Four-day Tryon Palace Civil War programing looks at many sides of the war

It explores a variety of aspects from the war, which included the 1862 Battle in New Bern – the role of African Americans in the war, U.S. Navy food, and other activities on Saturday and Sunday at the Palace and New Bern Academy. Revisiting the Civil War and the Role of African Americans is a free Thursday lecture at the North Carolina History Center at 7 p.m. The N.C. History Center is located on South Front Street, between Metcalf and Hancock streets.

Murals in Greensboro feature images of Lumbee Tribe members

While walking through the streets of Wilmington, you may be surprised to see the faces of local Lumbees but that's what residents got as they unveiled the murals of Miss Lumbee Madison Davenport and Tecumseh Jones. Marty Kotis III, a member of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors, attended The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's 2016 spring commencement ceremony.

Wilmington man arrested on drug trafficking charges in Brunswick County

According to jail records, Paul Andrew Frick, 41, was taken into custody Friday by deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office and charged with two counts of trafficking opium/heroin, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance, possession of heroin, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Arrest warrants allege that Frick "unlawfully, willfully and feloniously did transport" between 14 and 28 grams of opiates as well as "unlawfully, willfully and feloniously did possess with the intent to manufacture" 52 dosage units of oxycodone.

CFPUA issues precautionary boil water advisory

WILMINGTON, NC WWAY) - While the CFPUA works to install a new stormwater pipe, they advise customers who live in certain areas to boil their drinking water. There will be periods of low pressure and/or outages in the distribution system on Wednesday starting at 9:00 a.m. a 600 through 1200 blocks of North Kerr Avenue a 4500 & 4600 blocks of New Centre Drive a All of Alandale Drive a All of Sagedale Drive a All of Shortfin Drive a All of Angelfish Lane Minnow Way a All of Crawdad Court a All of Amber Jack Drive a All of Sunglow Drive a All of Crimson Court a All of Tabor Lane a All of Indica Court Customers in other areas of CFPUA are not affected and do not need to boil their water, the CFPUA says.


The Kure Beach Town Council will consider an amendment to their travel policy at Monday night's town council meeting. The amendment would eliminate the requirement that council members and the mayor have their town-related travel preapproved by the rest of the council.

Man sentenced to at least five years in prison for 2015 armed robberies

A man was sentenced to at least five years in prison last week after pleading guilty to a pair of armed robberies in Wilmington. Dominic Brookins pleaded guilty to two counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and was sentenced to 67-93 months in prison.

Pediatric surgeons: A rare breed

That his body was covered by tubes and wires helping him breathe did nothing to diminish his enthusiastic play with a mobile above his hospital bed at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. His mother, Jeri, calls him a typical 2-year-old, despite his heart having stopped nine times so far in his young life.

Smiles on full display at Miracle League baseball opener

Summer may be winding down, but the baseball diamond is heating up as the Miracle League held the opener for its ninth season Saturday. Players ranging from age 4 to 78 packed into Miracle Field at Olsen Park in Wilmington for a day of grounders, pop flys, and most importantly, a lot of fun.

Tour gives chance to explore downtown Wilmington lifestyle

Those looking for a house or apartment in downtown Wilmington were in luck Saturday as Wilmington Downtown Inc. held its Downtown Lifestyle Tour. The self-guided tour allowed people to check out about a dozen houses, townhomes, and lofts around downtown at their own pace in an open house style event.

T.S. Maria forms, to hit Leeward Islands as a major hurricane

T.S. Maria forms, to hit Leeward Islands as a major hurricane - WECT, weather & sports Wilmington, NC Tropical Storm Maria formed on Saturday and is on a path to the Leeward Islands, perhaps intensifying into a major hurricane this week. Lots going on in the tropics this weekend.

Good Samaritan reports capsized boat; Coast Guard rescues boaters

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'Blood of Emmett Till' on National Book Awards long list

Former Wilmington resident Timothy B. Tyson has his new book, "The Blood of Emmett Till," on the "long list" for the National Book Awards in the non-fiction category. Nominees were announced this week.

Veteran wins $200,000 lottery prize in Wilmington on Atlantic Coast bicycle tour

Mark Bruso of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, won $200,000 from a $500 Frenzy scratch-off ticket from the Speedway on Market Street in Wilmington. Bruso ended up in Wilmington because of some bad luck but his luck soon changed after he bought the scratch-off.

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