Open For Business: New Announcements (Sept. 18)

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In Storm's Aftermath, Gas, Supplies Filter In

Cece Nunn - About 9 hours ago

Employers Work To Reopen Following Hurricane Florence

Christina Haley O'Neal - Sep 17, 2018

Publisher’s Note: The Recovery Begins

Rob Kaiser - Sep 17, 2018
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Sep 18, 2018

Open For Business: New Announcements (Sept. 18)

Despite supply lines still being largely cutoff because of Hurricane Florence’s damage, services and businesses are beginning to come back online. Below is a running list of some of those locations.   HOME REPAIRS • Cape Fear ...

Sep 18, 2018

In Storm's Aftermath, Gas, Supplies Filter In

More businesses and stores began to open Tuesday in Wilmington as residents dealing with the fallout from Hurricane Florence searched for gas and supplies and food distribution centers opened throughout the region. Flooding remained a concern in N ...

Sep 17, 2018

Publisher’s Note: The Recovery Begins

We wanted to update everyone on the status of the Business Journal and what we’re working on to help with our community’s recovery. We hope you made it through the storm safely. Don’t hesitate to let us know how we can help you ...

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Changes Coming to Sales Tax on Internet Sales

Posted Jul 16, 2018
It appears 2018 will be the year of tax law changes on many fronts.

In December 2017, the new Tax Cut and Jobs Act was placed into effect for 2018 and now, there is a possibility of major changes related to sales taxes on internet sales. The sales tax law that has previously been upheld since 1992 was overturned by the Supreme Court in June 2018, and this could potentially lead to b...read entire article
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Sep 17, 2018

Employers Work To Reopen Following Hurricane Florence

Flooding and damage assessments are keeping some businesses from opening, as the Cape Fear region works to recover from Hurricane Florence. New Hanover County and city of Wilmington officials said during a Monday briefing that recovery efforts con ...

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Sep 17, 2018

How 3 Guys And A Ga. Firm Helped Wilmington Avoid A Water Crisis

The news spread quickly via news outlets and social media Sunday morning that Cape Fear Public Utility Authority in Wilmington might have to shut down water service in two days because of a lack of diesel fuel to power its generators. The panic wa ...

Sep 16, 2018

Major Flooding Expected In The Wilmington Region

National Weather Service officials say the Wilmington area is expected to reach major flooding levels, according to its latest flood briefing report Sunday afternoon. Hurricane Florence was downgraded to a tropical depression, officials ...

Sep 16, 2018

CFPUA Water Crisis Averted; Evacuees Told To Stay Put

While Cape Fear Public Utility Authority had made arrangements with a provider to get diesel fuel to continue its service, officials warned those who fled Hurricane Florence before it arrived not to try to come back home. "The New H ...

Sep 15, 2018

Some Stores Begin To Open Despite Road Hazards

Hundreds of people were flocking to Wilmington Harris Teeter stores on Saturday searching for open locations, despite hazardous driving conditions and warnings from officials, including Gov. Roy Cooper, to stay off roads as a result of what is now Tr ...

Sep 15, 2018

Repairs Starting Before Expected Floods

In the wake of Hurricane Florence’s sweep through the Wilmington area, crews were getting to work Saturday to start putting things back together. But officials are still waiting for the bulk of outside resources to arrive – before floodwa ...

Sep 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence Expected To Have Major Flooding Impacts

Flooding due to Hurricane Florence is projected to have major impacts on the Cape Fear River as the water levels rise from the storm's rainfall. Forecasters from the National Weather Service's office in Wilmington said the hurricane&r ...

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