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Feb 21, 2019

Housing Still An Issue After Hurricane Florence

Almost six months after Hurricane Florence made landfall in the Wilmington area, the Hurricane Florence Recovery Coordination Office is still working on putting displaced residents back in their houses or providing them with a long-term option. &l ...

Feb 20, 2019

Business Owners, Elected Official Among TEDxAirlie Speaker Lineup

Speakers for the TEDxAirlie event have been posted online by event organizers showing a lineup ranging from an artist to business owners to an elected official. This year’s talks will be on March 29 at Thalian Hall and will focus on the even ...

Feb 20, 2019

NCDEQ Makes Revisions To Chemours Proposed Consent Order

The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality announced Wednesday that changes have been made to the state's proposed consent order with The Chemours Co., which includes a requirement that addresses contaminants downstream from the company ...

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Public Adjusters are Your Advocates After the Storm

Posted Nov 30, 2018
It has been two months since Hurricane Florence hit the shores of North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina. The strong winds and turbulent rain over a period of three days caused major issues to our daily lives.

Since that dreadful day Florence made landfall, most homeowners and business owners have been left wondering what they are going to do when the insurance company doesn&rsq...read entire article
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Robin Miller Moves Into Trust Officer Role

Feb 20, 2019

Appraisal To Move Forward This Week On Former Wave Transit Building

The city of Wilmington is set to move forward with an appraisal this week of a 1.5 acre Castle Street property once used as a Wave Transit bus maintenance facility. Meanwhile, the future of that property remains unclear. The property, loca ...

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Feb 20, 2019

Pita Delite Welcomes Diners At New Landfall Shopping Center Location

Pita Delite franchise owner John Ridenhour made the decision last fall not to renew his lease in University Commons on South College Road in Wilmington and then to relocate to Landfall Shopping Center. Ridenhour said the move was prompted by a lac ...

Feb 20, 2019

Chef And Managing Partner Dean Neff Leaving PinPoint Restaurant

Jeff Duckworth and Dean Neff, managing partners of PinPoint Restaurant, will soon be parting ways, according to MoMentum Companies president Terry Espy. Papers were expected to be signed Tuesday that would make Duckworth the principal owner.   ...

Feb 20, 2019

South Beach Grill Reopening Following Storm Repairs

South Beach Grill, a fixture on the Wrightsville Beach dining scene for 22 years, celebrated a soft reopening earlier this week and is expected to reopen to the public officially this weekend, following several months of repairs in the wake of Hurric ...

Feb 19, 2019

ILM's Travelers In January Reach A Record

Coming off a record year in 2018, the Wilmington International Airport has started 2019 with an all-time high in its January passenger statistics. The number of travelers through the airport reached more than 70,100 inbound and outbound passengers ...

Feb 19, 2019

Publix Expected To Open In Oak Island In 2020

Publix Super Markets has signed a lease for a 20,000-square-foot store in Oak Island, according to an announcement Tuesday. Publix at Oak Island Market Place will be at the southeast corner of East Oak Island Drive and SE 50th Street, with a targe ...

Feb 18, 2019

City Council Set To Consider Castle Street Property's Future

Wilmington City Council is set to consider a resolution Tuesday declaring a 1.5-acre property formerly used as a Wave Transit bus maintenance facility as surplus property, according to agenda documents.  The resolution is a continuation ...


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