Q&A: Veteran Starts Her Own Real Estate Firm

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Jan 15, 2021

Additional Apartments Planned For Element Barclay Off S. 17th St.

Growth is on the horizon for a midtown Wilmington apartment complex, with more than 280 additional units in the works.  Site plans submitted to the city of Wilmington for an addition to Element Barclay, 1605 Barclay Pointe Blvd. off South 17t ...

Jan 15, 2021

Q&A: Veteran Starts Her Own Real Estate Firm

Kathryn Bruner became a real estate broker in 2017, after leaving an 8-and-a-half year career in the U.S. Coast Guard, where she was an operations specialist second class.  Bruner stared her own real estate firm, Kathryn Bruner Realty, in Nov ...

Jan 14, 2021

Some Area Golf Greens See More Green During COVID-19

Golf, on the decline in recent years, has seen renewed popularity in the months since COVID-19 limited Americans’ leisure and exercise options. That’s according to several national reports, including a November story for CBS News’ M ...

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Live Oak Private Wealth

Finding A Cure Instead Of Treating A Symptom

Posted Dec 23, 2020
In the Spring of 1994, I almost died. The chain of events leading up to that started in April of my senior year in college. I was plagued with spiked fevers, lack of appetite and zero energy. When I went to the student center, the doctors did their routine checks: blood work, temperature and blood pressure. All of my vitals were elevated, including my white blood count. To treat the symptoms, the ...read entire article
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Sabrina Cherry Earns 2020 Franklin H. Williams Award

Jan 13, 2021

Economist: Regional Economy Could See Light Going Into 2021 Tourist Season

The ability of the Wilmington-area economy to recover from the COVID-19 public health crisis is contingent on the continuation of the vaccination rollout and consumer confidence in timing with the upcoming tourist season. That’s accordi ...

Jan 13, 2021

More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Arrive, Providers Added To Administer Shots

New Hanover County received more COVID-19 vaccine doses from the state this week, allowing for more seniors to receive their first shots through the health department as well as from additional private practice locations, officials announced Wednesda ...

Jan 13, 2021

Tomsic Assumes New Position With Dogwood State Bank

A longtime area banking executive has accepted a new role with a young community bank.   Randy Tomsic, former senior vice president and Wilmington market president for Wells Fargo, is now regional president, Eastern North Carolina, for Raleigh ...

Jan 13, 2021

In Brunswick County, The Plea For More Vaccine Doses Grows Louder

With just 100 doses of vaccine available Jan. 6 to help fight the spread of COVID-19, it took only 10 minutes for officials in Brunswick County to see their weekly supply exhausted as more than 6,000 phone calls poured in to the public health departm ...

Jan 13, 2021

Area Restaurants Announce Temporary Closures

Two local restaurant groups have announced temporary closures to help them weather the winter season now plagued by rising COVID-19 cases throughout the Cape Fear region. Rebellion NC, 115 S. Front St., announced that the rising cases of COVID-19 ...

Jan 13, 2021

Q&A: Ruth's Chris Steak House

We spoke with Steve de Castro, owner of the Wilmington location of Ruth’s Chris Steak House for 12 years, as well as eight other locations, about his career, the pandemic’s impact on the country’s largest steakhouse franchise and th ...

Jan 13, 2021

Taco Bar Coming To Carolina Beach Road

Brothers and business partners Miguel and Ramon Villasenor have announced plans to open a third Los Portales Taqueria next month on Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington. Their original location is at 912 S. Kerr Ave. and the partners opened a second ...

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