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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

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Finally, a nice weekend is on the way

A "nice warm-up" is expected this weekend after temperatures chilled the Grand Strand recently, according a weather brief from the National Weather Service in Wilmington, North Carolina. Temperatures dropped down to the 20s in Horry County and some snow flurries fell across the area as the region felt the fringes of Winter Storm Inga.

Charleston holds off UNC Wilmington 80-76

Nick Harris slammed home a dunk with a minute remaining to give Charleston enough cushion to hold off UNC Wilmington 80-76 on Thursday night. Charleston led throughout the second period but could never shake free of the Seahawks as Ty Taylor II and Jaylen Fornes drilled consecutive 3-pointers to close to 73-71 with 1:32 remaining.

Raheem Floyd

A Wilmington man was sentenced to at least 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in New Hanover County Superior Court on Thursday. According to a news release, Raheem Floyd, 29, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and malicious conduct by a prisoner and was given 10-13 years in prison for his role in the shooting death of Sha'Quan Malique Boston.

Black and White Party works to break down racial barriers

Members of the black community and the white community came together at TRU Colors Brewing Company's Black and White Party. TRU Colors is a brewery that will open this year, and be staffed by active gang members who are not only trying to make positive changes in their lives, but also make positive changes in Wilmington.

Inauguration riot charges to be dropped for dozens, but not for man from Wilmington

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia plans to drop rioting charges for dozens of people related to incidents that took place in Washington DC on the inauguration day for President Donald Trump last year. However, cases will continue for a smaller group of 59 defendants, including one man from Wilmington.

New Hanover County to consider buying part of Echo Farms

According to county documents, County Manager Chris Coudriet wants the Board of Commissioners to allow him to negotiate an agreement with Echo Farms property owner Matrix Development. In a proposed partnership with the City of Wilmington, the county wants to develop a public recreational complex for tennis and swimming.

Celebrate the Arts in Wilmington this weekend

Artists being recognized include: Ashley Barnes for Individual Artist, Tracey Varga for Individual Advocate, Opera House Theatre Company for Organization, Spectrum Fine Jewelry for Business and Leland Cultural Arts Center for Government. Tickets are $25 each and include hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine and a evening celebrating our arts community.

She Rocks co-founder Beth Quinn dies from ovarian cancer

Beth Quinn, a Wilmington civic leader who co-founded the She ROCKS ovarian cancer foundation and served as its president, died Wednesday after a long battle with the disease. The She ROCKS homepage carries a quote from Quinn: "I am in charge of today, and I choose hope.

Another coming attraction: 'Criminals'

My Jan. 14 book column, listing literary "coming attractions" for 2018, had one glaring omission - "Criminals" by Wilmington author Robert Anthony Siegel , due out July 17 from Counterpoint Press. A collection of autobiographical essays, Siegel's book tracks his childhood and youth and his two remarkable parents: his father, a criminal lawyer who liked his clients too much and wound up on the wrong side of the law; and his mother, who tried to counter her husband's influence by cramming as much High Culture down young Robert's throat as she could.

Jason's Deli in Wilmington one of the stores potentially affected by data breach

Jason's Deli on 5301 Market Street is one of 164 locations that were listed on the restaurant's website Wednesday night. According to a notice posted on jasonsdeli.com , a large quantity of payment card information appeared for sale on the "dark web."

Wilmington comedian finds the funny in Super Bowl halftime shows

However, a Wilmington comedian has done a deep dive into the history of Super Bowl halftime performances and made it into something both educational and hilarious. Blaire Postman, who does stand-up in addition to her work as an account executive at WECT, said the idea for the bit stemmed from a segment she was doing on the My Fantasy Wife podcast, which Postman does with her husband, Gary.

What will the winter storm bring? Herea s the latest forecast

The latest forecast Wednesday morning shows more impacts for northern areas outside of Horry County, according to an 8:15 a.m. briefing from the National Weather Service in Wilmington, North Carolina. While Horry County is still expected to see snow flurries Wednesday, northern portions of the Palmetto State and parts of North Carolina will see more precipitation from Winter Storm Inga.

Crews battle house fire in Wilmington

According to New Hanover County Dispatch, crews responded to the fire at 15 Rogers Avenue around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. Dispatch could not say if anyone was in the home at the time of the fire, or if anyone was injured.

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Coffee With A Cop offers residents opportunity to get to know la - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC Wrightsville Beach residents will have the chance to sit down with the Wrightsville Beach Police Department at The Workshop on Wednesday, January 17, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. for Coffee With A Cop. Wrightsville Beach residents will have the chance to sit down with the Wrightsville Beach Police Department at The Workshop on Wednesday, January 17, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. for Coffee With A Cop.

Airbnb hosts in the Cape Fear rake in millions

Short-term rentals like those offered on Airbnb have been a hot topic across the Port City for several years now. Many people oppose them, but just as many support them.

'Suicide for Beginners' is debuting at Thalian Hall on Thursday.

A movie shot in Wilmington that premieres at Thalian Hall this week is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. Director Craig Thieman was on Tuesday's First at Four to discuss Suicide for Beginners , which is scheduled for a free debut screening Thursday at 7 p.m. Suicide for Beginners is a dark comedy/thriller about Garrett, who finds himself in a sticky situation while trying to write a suicide note for an ex-girlfriend he has taken hostage.

Wilmington man gets prison time for home, car break-ins

According to the District Attorney's Office, Darryl Dean Primo, 55, entered guilty pleas to breaking and entering, larceny, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, and financial card theft. Primo reportedly broke into a car on Dock Street on Oct. 21, 2016, and stole a pair of cycling shoes and an ATM card.

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