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Jul 2, 2020

In The New Fiscal Year, ILM Budgets For COVID Impacts

The Wilmington International Airport will be operating this fiscal year on a more conservative budget, because of the role the COVID-19 pandemic has played in the uncertain future of the aviation industry and traveling public nationwide. ILM has a ...

Jul 2, 2020

BIZTALK: Questions, Concerns On Potential NHRMC Sale

Ahead of Thursday evening’s Partnership Advisory Group meeting, which includes a vote on recommending a health system to continue negotiations with, today’s BizTalk was with several community members who still have questions about potenti ...

Jul 1, 2020

Local Leaders Show Support For Boosting Businesses Owned By Minorities, Women

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce has gone on record in support of efforts to expand opportunities for minority- and woman-owned businesses in New Hanover County. Last week, the chamber’s board of directors unanimously passed a resolution i ...

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Jul 1, 2020

BIZTALK: Talking Masks With Southport's Mayor, Wilmington Chamber Chief

Last week, the state started requiring people, with some exemptions, to wear face coverings in public to help slow the increasing spread of COVID-19. On Wednesday’s BizTalk , Southport Mayor Joe Pat Hatem, who is also a doctor, discussed why ...

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Jul 1, 2020

COVID-19 Prompts TekMountain Shift To Virtual Model For Startups

tekMountain, the Wilmington coworking space with the goal of supporting local startups, is closing its physical space for the “foreseeable future” and transitioning to a virtual phase because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an a ...

Jul 1, 2020

Soif De Vin Hosts Virtual Tastings And Cooking Classes, Plans Full Kitchen

Wine tastings and dinners are a big part of Soif de Vin’s business model, but because of COVID-19 restrictions, the wine shop had to come up with alternative ways to keep customers engaged. While upcoming plans in real life include installin ...

Jul 1, 2020

Potbelly Sandwich Shop To Open Next Week

Potbelly Sandwich Shop has announced that Wilmington-based franchisees Brent and Michele Brouse will open their Port City location at 2515 S. 17th St., Unit A on Monday, July 6. Brent and Michele Brouse anticipate that Potbelly, which is base ...

Jul 1, 2020

Feast Down East Continues Produce Box Program

Feast Down East expanded its mission to increase local produce distribution and food access with the launch of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) produce box program in mid-April. The organization announced last week that the program, started in ...

Jul 1, 2020

Downtown Alive's First Weekend A Success, Officials Say

Terry Espy, president of the Downtown Business Alliance, reports that the first weekend of Downtown Alive, a program implemented by the city to allow outdoor space for downtown restaurants and retailers, was a success. “This first weekend wa ...

Jun 30, 2020

Town Hall Discussion Airs Concerns Over Potential NHRMC Sale

As the advisory group evaluating NHRMC’s future prepares to vote this week on their top pick for a potential buyer, a number of people still opposed to selling the county-owned hospital voiced their concerns this week.   The Save Our Hos ...


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