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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.
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
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Local writer's book makes 'Best Movies' list
Richard Brody of The New Yorker" posted his "Best Movies of 2017" list the other day. And among "Get Out," "Lady Bird," "Columbus" and other painfully sensitive independent features that haven't made it to Wilmington is "I Called Him Morgan," a documentary by the Swedish filmmaker Kasper Collin, chronicling the life and violent death of the jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan.Pittenger: Interstate 74 would spark economic growth -
Congressman Robert Pittenger is leading bipartisan efforts to upgrade Highway 74 into a modern interstate connecting Charlotte, Wilmington, and the challenged communities of southeastern North Carolina. "Highway 74 connects the economic and transportation assets in Charlotte with the port in Wilmington.Woman charged with DWI in motorcyclist's death
A North Carolina woman has been charged in the death of a motorcyclist in what authorities say was an impaired driving crash. The StarNews of Wilmington reports that First Sgt.'Dreaming of Peace' collection of paintings goes on display
Dreaming of Peace: Paintings by Tatyana Kulida and Mio Reynolds will be on display at Art in Bloom in Wilmington starting this Friday, Dec. 15. She spent 12 years living in North Carolina, including her undergraduate studies in Studio Arts at Queens University of Charlotte.Aloft Hotel could be coming to downtown Wilmington
Developers have submitted plans for an Aloft Hotel on the Wilmington riverfront, moving the project one step closer to breaking ground. The Star News reports the Aloft Coastline Hotel would be a 125-room, seven story hotel located at 501 Nutt St., abutting the Coastline Convention Center.Greenfield tree lighting set for Thursday
The City of Wilmington will hold its annual tree lighting ceremony at the world's largest Rotary wheel in Greenfield Lake Park on Thursday, Dec. 14. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 1941 Amphitheater Dr. next to the amphitheater. Entertainment is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m. with the tree lighting at 6 p.m. and a visit by Santa Claus.The Great Wilmington Nutcracker returns to The Wilson Center
The U.S. International Ballet has partnered with Wilmington Ballet Company to bring a Christmas tradition to The Wilson Center in Wilmington this weekend. 23 professional ballet dancers from 5 countries have formed USIB in Wilmington and debut their company in "The Great Wilmington Nutcracker".Novelist coming to Thurber House digs into 1929 labor strike
Ella May Wiggins was a textile worker in North Carolina in the 1920s who joined a union and wrote a well-known ballad in support of workers' rights. Wiley Cash's third novel, "The Last Ballad," fills in some of the gaps in what is known about Wiggins' life, telling her story not only from her point of view but also from several of those whose lives intersected with hers.First Alert Forecast: mostly cool, dry week ahead
After a sluggish low pressure system delivered 1.8 inches of rain to Wilmington and similar amounts across the Cape Fear Region last week, high pressure systems will keep our forecast for this week mostly dry. The average daily high temperature for mid-December is close to 60; readings will mostly fall below this benchmark this week.Palestinian-American fears for family's safety amid protests
Mussa Agil watches the protests erupting in Jerusalem and fears one day he will call his relatives, who live in Jerusalem, and they won't pick up the phone. The Wilmington man says the family's worries were only enhanced once President Donald Trump decided to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.Jon Reep will do two shows Tuesday night at Dead Crow Comedy Room in Wilmington.
By this point in his career, Jon Reep is probably well versed in the way things work in show business. As a successful stand-up comedian and actor, Reep has an agent and a manager and they do most of the work booking Reep's shows at clubs all over the country.More
The Impact Club Wilmington is turning "small donations into huge impacts," according to the club's co-founder, Chris Spivey. He said there are people in the area who want to help make a difference, but don't have the money to do so.Port of Wilmington now part of USDA's cold treatment pilot program
The Port of Wilmington's participation in the USDA's Southeast In-Transit Cold Treatment pilot program will allow more direct imports of produce, port officials announced Monday. "We have been working hard to get this program approved since the demand from our customer base is very strong and they wanted to see this capability for Wilmington move forward," said N.C. Ports Executive Director Paul J. Cozza.Two Wilmington men accused of violating gang injunction
Two men were arrested Friday for allegedly violating an injunction against members of a Wilmington street gang meeting in public places. According to Lt.New Hanover Co. Sheriff's Office asks for public's help in locating missing teen
The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate Virginia Maggie Renee' Pleasant. She was reported missing Dec. 8. She was last seen at her home on Sidbury Road in Wilmington.Man medevaced after falling on boat off the coast of North Carolina
Coast Guard members were able to safely medevac a 20-year-old man who had fallen while on a fishing boat Sunday. Coast Guard officials say that the boat off the coasts of Hatters Island, North Carolina contacted watchstanders from Wilmington, North Carolina around 10 a.m. Personnel from the Motor Life Boat Coast Guard crew launched to the 71-foot fishing boat Tamara Alane with a Dare County EMS team aboard to assist the young man.Motor vehicle crash results in two taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center
A Sunday afternoon motor vehicle crash in Supply has sent two people to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, with one person remaining in critical condition as of Sunday night. Dave Robinson with Coastline Volunteer Rescue Squad said officials were called to a motor vehicle crash just before 4 p.m. at the intersection of Stanbury Road and Old Ferry Connection SW.
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