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Mar 20, 2020

MADE: Hooking The Fishing Market

By Staff Reports, posted Mar 20, 2020

Eastern Metal Works Inc. 6748 Market St., Unit 4, Wilmington​ No. of employees: Not disclosed for competitive reasons   Year founded:1983   Top local official: Thomas C. Meyers Sr., CEO   Company description: Eastern Metal Works Inc. is a locally owned and operated business. The company is a wholesale manufacturer that designs, develops and makes m ...

Feb 28, 2020

Researchers Hope To Catch Info About State's Fishing Industry

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 28, 2020

A new study is underway to calculate the economic impacts of the state’s commercial fishing industry. The study is being conducted through four different surveys to help gather data, said Chris Dumas, professor of economics in the department of environmental sciences at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Dumas is part of a team made up of UNCW, N.C. S ...

Feb 25, 2020

Port: Coronavirus Impacts To Cause Some Missed Sailings

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 25, 2020

The Port of Wilmington will experience some cancellations in its port schedule over the next two months due to impacts from the coronavirus outbreak and the extended Lunar New Year in China, port officials said Tuesday. N.C. Ports will experience three "blank sailings" scheduled to take place between March and early April, said Bethany Welch, spokeswoman for N ...

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Posted Apr 1, 2020
If you own a home in a homeowner's association or condominium owner's association and are thinking about renting it out, you probably know that there are several factors to consider before you ever take the first steps in looking for a tenant. Understanding your responsibilities and obligations will not only make the leasing experience more positive and successful for everyone involved but...read entire article
Feb 24, 2020

Dockbuilder Plans To Move, Grow In Castle Hayne

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 24, 2020

Bellingham, Washington-based Bellingham Marine Industries has plans to relocate in Castle Hayne to expand its local dock manufacturing operation. A public meeting will be held Monday on the company's plans, which would require a rezoning and special use permit request for the proposed site of Bellingham Marine's relocation. The company is looking to move to 4 ...

Jan 28, 2020

Port Opens New U.S. Customs And Border Protection Office

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Jan 28, 2020

N.C. Ports opened has a newly renovated on-terminal office for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's operations at the Port of Wilmington, according to a news release. N.C. Ports leaders and officials with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) held an event Tuesday for the office's opening. It was completed in December and supports the ...

Oct 3, 2019

N.C. Ports Undergoing IT Infrastructure Upgrade

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Oct 3, 2019

Work is ongoing on a $4 million project to enhance N.C. Ports' IT infrastructure, officials said this week. The work is part of a partnership between the ports authority and Charlotte-based Versiant, said N.C. Ports spokeswoman Bethany Welch in an email. The project began in March, she said, adding that to date, N.C. Ports has spent about $190,000 on the w ...

Jun 26, 2019

More development and ongoing hurricane repairs have led to changes in the service area of several district offices of the state's division of coastal management, including the one in Wilmington. The jurisdiction of the Wilmington district office of the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality Division of Coastal Management will be reduced as of July 1, said Pat ...

May 21, 2019

Another Henrietta has floated into downtown Wilmington. The owners of Cape Fear Riverboats, which previously owned Henrietta III and Henrietta II before selling them, bought a 118-passenger riverboat-style vessel named the Southern Belle in Alabama and have renamed it Henrietta, bringing it home to the Port City. The boat has been at a Navassa boatyard, Cape Fear Boa ...

Apr 23, 2019

While the arrival Monday in the Port of Wilmington of the first-ever 12,000 TEU vessel was a milestone itself, Paul Cozza sees the choice of ZIM to dock its new-Panamax category cargo ship in Wilmington as a spyglass view of things to come. “When this ship came in yesterday, it was the largest capacity vessel we have had. We are continuing to upgrade [the port] so ...

Apr 19, 2019

Harvesting Seafood Innovation

By David Dean, posted Apr 19, 2019

Can Wilmington become the home of seafood innovation in the United States? A two-day workshop coming this month to the University of North Carolina Wilmington is primed to go a long way toward reaching that goal.   Fish 2.0 is a global effort to connect entrepreneurs with partners and investors who can help develop the next generation of seafood-related businesses. ...

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