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Local Counties Plan For Nearly $8 Million In COVID-19 Relief Funds

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Don’t Panic: Rules Have Eased On Drawing Cash From Retirement Funds

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May 27, 2020

On Castle Hayne Road, Fetching Space For Doggy Daycare

Scott Weikert has three dogs: Zeus, a coonhound mix; a mutt named Saint; and his latest rescue, a golden retriever named Barney. Now his career is going to the dogs: He’s opening the first North Carolina location of Hounds Town USA, a growin ...

May 27, 2020

BIZTALK: Azalea Festival Plans Continue

On Wednesday's BizTalk interview, N.C. Azalea Festival executive director Alison Baringer English shared what it’s been like reimagining the festival, the first major event canceled locally because of concerns over the coronavirus in March. ...

May 27, 2020

Local Counties Plan For Nearly $8 Million In COVID-19 Relief Funds

Local governments in the tri-county area plan to use millions in state allocated coronavirus relief funds. But for some counties, the details of their spending plans are still in the works. There were nearly $8 million in funds to be released to g ...

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New Hanover County Offers Expertise And Resources For Safe Reopening

Posted May 19, 2020
Since March 21, our community has been operating under a Stay At Home Order and navigating mitigation measures set by either state or local authorities to slow the spread of COVID-19. Residents, businesses and organizations have also implemented guidance to prevent and lessen the impact of the virus in our community.

These mitigation measures have served our community well. Our loca...read entire article
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Oscar Garcia Earns NAHREP Top 250 Award

May 27, 2020

The Donut Inn Opening Second Location

The Donut Inn will celebrate the grand opening of its second location in the Harris Teeter shopping center at the corner of Porters Neck Road and Market Street on Monday, June 1. Owners Allen Renquist and Matt Anlyan said in a statement that after ...

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May 27, 2020

Locally Made Wine-water Hybrid Hits Shelves

Rosé Water, a wine and sparkling water hybrid created in Wilmington, is hitting the shelves locally and throughout the U.S. just in time for summer. Co-founders Amy and Rob Kuchar said they wanted to bring an all-natural, lower-alcohol prod ...

May 27, 2020

Some Area Restaurants Stick To Carry-out

While restaurants have been granted the ability to open for dine-in service at 50% capacity, some restaurant owners have chosen to stay with a carry-out only model for the time being. Danny McPherson, one of the owners of Brunches at Mayfaire Comm ...

May 27, 2020

Burney's Sweets & More Coming To Mayfaire

Burney’s Sweets & More is coming to Mayfaire Community Center, filling the former Duck Donuts spot, a Mayfaire spokeswoman confirmed this week. The bakery, founded in Elizabethtown in 2011 by Thomas and Doris Burney, is today o ...

May 26, 2020

Attractions Face Significant Revenue Losses

The Battleship North Carolina has lost $600,000 in revenue and through expenses from having to close because of coronavirus orders, the site's leader said Tuesday. Now, in phase two of the reopening of the state's economy, some outdoor att ...

May 26, 2020

Pier 1 Closings Involve Prominent Wilmington Retail Spaces

Shoppers lined up over the weekend at Pier 1 imports locations in Wilmington, where signs advertised going-out-of-business sales. For Wilmington, the Pier 1 wind down means large, prominent retail spaces could be available soon at Hanover Center o ...

May 22, 2020

BIZTALK: Retirement Communities On COVID Precautions

On Friday's BizTalk, Zane Bennett, executive director of Plantation Village, a nonprofit retirement community in Porters Neck, discussed how the organization has addressed the coronavirus pandemic to protect the health of its residents. View t ...


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Pier 1 Closings Involve Prominent Wilmington Retail Spaces

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Some Area Restaurants Stick To Carry-out

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Attractions Face Significant Revenue Losses

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BIZTALK: Azalea Festival Plans Continue

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