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Canvas On Demand Founders Share Startup Advice During Entrepreneurship Week

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Developers Submit Eight Proposals For City Parking Deck Project

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Coastal Resources Commission Airs Top Coastal Issues

Jenny Callison - Oct 23, 2014

More Racers, More Impact In PPD B2B Events This Weekend

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Oct 24, 2014

With Hiring Of Operations Vice President, RiverLights Picks Up Pace

The hiring of Livian Jones as vice president of operations for RiverLights signals the start of increasing momentum for the highly anticipated mixed-use project. Newland Communities, the company de ...

Oct 24, 2014

Canvas On Demand Founders Share Startup Advice During Entrepreneurship Week

A presentation by serial entrepreneurs Tom Lotrecchiano and Joe Schmidt to UNCW students this week began with a question and ended with a sandwich. In their talk, titled “Entremanureship,&rdq ...

Oct 24, 2014

In Days Before They Expire, Questions Surround Historic Preservation Tax Credits

Knowing that North Carolina tax credits for historic preservation expire at the end of this year, property owners have been contacting Historic Wilmington Foundation recently with a lot of questions a ...

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Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Lead To Overuse Injuries

Posted Sep 15, 2014
The health benefits of being physically active are generally well known and widely accepted. For many of us, activities such as running, biking, swimming and playing sports are part of our regular routines. However, when we train particularly hard in one sport or activity (for example, doing a single motion or a series of motions repeatedly), an overuse injury is more likely to occur. 
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Live Oak Bank Names Neil Head Of Pharmacy Unit

Oct 23, 2014

Coastal Resources Commission Airs Top Coastal Issues

When Gov. Pat McCrory dropped by this week’s Coastal Resources Commission meeting in Wilmington, he got a primer on issues that are uppermost in the minds of commission members. Those issues ...

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Oct 23, 2014

Developers Submit Eight Proposals For City Parking Deck Project

Among those who submitted proposals for the redevelopment of Wilmington’s Water Street parking deck property are an affiliate of a local commercial real estate firm and a family-owned hotel comp ...

Oct 22, 2014

Wilmington Riverfront Garners Top Spot In National USA Today Contest

Wilmington was rollin' on the river Wednesday with the announcement from USA Today that it has been chosen America's Best Riverfront location in the publication's 10Best Readers' Choic ...

Oct 22, 2014

More Racers, More Impact In PPD B2B Events This Weekend

With more than 2,000 participants in this weekend's PPD Beach2Battleship Triathlon, hundreds more runners in a new 5K race added to the lineup and teams of supporters expected to show up for the e ...

Oct 22, 2014

With New Tenant, Hanover Center Reaches Full Occupancy

When its latest tenant opens for business, Hanover Center will be fully occupied, the broker that handles leasing for the center said Tuesday. My Eye Dr. is moving in to the 3,500-square-foot space ...

Oct 22, 2014

Dirty Harry's Closes

In the wake of last month’s closing of Nick’s Diner, another of Harry Pallas’ downtown restaurants, Dirty Harry’s Burrito and Juice Bar, has closed. Pallas, who owned Dirty ...

Oct 22, 2014

Latin Cuisine Gives Way To Indian In Historic Downtown Building

Delphina Dos, 5 S. Water St., has closed, according to an Oct. 18 announcement from Terry Espy, president of commercial real estate brokerage and development firm Momentum group. “We are prou ...


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Midtown Sees Blitz Of New Rooftops

As an increase in residential construction changes the shape of Wilmington’s midtown, business owners around Shipyard and Independence boulevards anticipate an expanding customer base in the near future.

Boat Sales Rebound As Economy Improves

Boat dealers around the nation are upbeat as pent-up demand and an improving economy are reflected in improving boat sales, according to are...

PNC Survey: NC Businesses Expect Hiring, Price Hikes

Business owners in North Carolina are feeling more optimistic than they were six months ago, according to PNC’s autumn 2014 survey of owners...

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