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May 26, 2020

Attractions Face Significant Revenue Losses

The Battleship North Carolina has lost $600,000 in revenue and through expenses from having to close because of coronavirus orders, the site's leader said Tuesday. Now, in phase two of the reopening of the state's economy, some outdoor att ...

May 26, 2020

Pier 1 Closings Involve Prominent Wilmington Retail Spaces

Shoppers lined up over the weekend at Pier 1 imports locations in Wilmington, where signs advertised going-out-of-business sales. For Wilmington, the Pier 1 wind down means large, prominent retail spaces could be available soon at Hanover Center o ...

May 22, 2020

BIZTALK: Retirement Communities On COVID Precautions

On Friday's BizTalk, Zane Bennett, executive director of Plantation Village, a nonprofit retirement community in Porters Neck, discussed how the organization has addressed the coronavirus pandemic to protect the health of its residents. View t ...

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Green Dot Heating & Air

HVAC Smart Home Technology Is Here And It’s COOL

Posted May 6, 2020
By now, most of us have had some sort of experience with smart thermostats such as the Nest, Lyric, or even Google Home. These systems have exerted a tremendous impact on home efficiency standards, through the integration of advanced technology and enhanced user controls.

This article is not to downplay the significance of these innovations, which are incredibly cool for tech nerds ...read entire article
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Oscar Garcia Earns NAHREP Top 250 Award

May 22, 2020

For Restaurants And Retailers, Proposal In Works To Boost Business

The ability to put more outdoor seating at downtown Wilmington restaurants would help make ends meet at a time when many are hoping to pick up the pace after being closed since March, said Hell's Kitchen Owner Eric Laut. When Hell’s Kitc ...

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May 22, 2020

Phases Aim To Aid Economy Safely

Included in our new lingo these days besides “social distanc­ing” (staying 6 feet apart) and COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) are “phase one,” “phase two” and “phase three,” describing North Car­ ...

May 22, 2020

NHRMC: Suitors Come Calling

The interviews have begun. Earlier this month, hospi­tal, county and community representatives involved with explor­ing New Hanover Regional Medical Center made their short list for detailed talks. Of the six health systems that submitt ...

May 22, 2020

In Beach Town, Waves Of Reopening

Business owners on Pleasure Island, which includes the New Hanover County towns of Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, share a measured enthusiasm as the phases of reopening from coronavirus restrictions unfold. Few expect a return to “normal” ...

May 22, 2020

WorkTok Aids Communication

More than 50% of employees in the U.S. have left their place of work in the past five years, and about 75% say they don’t plan on staying with their current employer for more than five years, according to a 2019 iHire survey, an online platform ...

May 22, 2020

Info Junkie: Rhonda Bellamy

Rhonda Bellamy Executive Director, The Arts Council of Wilmington/ New Hanover County At the Arts Council, Bellamy oversees the organization's mis­sion to support artists and arts organizations through public/ private partnerships that ...

In The Current Issue

Education Leader Forges Way Forward

Burns was tapped as interim superintendent of NHCS in February, following the resignation of Tim Markley. Burns assumed his new role in Marc...

In Beach Town, Waves Of Reopening

Business owners on Pleasure Island, which includes the New Hanover County towns of Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, share a measured enthusias...

NHRMC: Suitors Come Calling

Of the six health systems that submitted proposals for buying or partnering with NHRMC, three have moved ahead of the rest of the pack for f...

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