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20 min ago | Lumina News
Before more than $1 million recently allocated for inlet dredging is made available to communities, local stakeholders must agree on guidelines for using the money.
4 hrs ago | Lumina News
As the sun set and a salty sea breeze cooled the evening air, the band launched into another set of beach music while couples spun on the outdoor dance floor.
8 hrs ago | StarNewsOnline.com
On Friday, a roundtable involving a sitting congressman and 7th District candidate David Rouzer will be held in Wrightsville Beach.
11 hrs ago | Lumina News
Providing everything needed to enjoy beach life while vacationing or living along the Cape Fear Coast is what concierge business owners Becky Flournoy and Kelly Barnes have made their career.
With only one loggerhead sea turtle nest laid on Wrightsville Beach during the 2014 nesting season, Wrightsville Beach Sea Turtle Project coordinator Nancy Fahey is already looking forward to 2015.
Patrolling Wrightsville Beach Police officers were the first to report the house fire at 108 Water St. around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, after smelling smoke from the flames.
I thought we would be playing tennis together during our retirement years, laughs 49-year-old Amanda Browne, a recent transplant to Wilmington via Hawaii.
Fire crews responded to a house fire at 108 Water Street in Wrightsville Beach around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
Firefighters contained the fire and began investigated the cause. The majority of the external damage is to the chimney area of the home, however there is some internal damage to the garage.
My grandfather, age 98 September 3, affectionately known as Big Daddy, has a gift for storytelling.
A swimming advisory was posted on Tuesday, Aug. 26, in Banks Channel south of the United States Coast Guard Station Wrightsville Beach where state recreational water quality officials found bacteria levels in the water exceeding North Carolina Department of Energy and Natural Resources and the United States Environmental Protection Agency's ... (more)
A second round of testing at Wrightsville Beach brought a group of recent college graduates one step closer to sharing their solution to the world's clean water crisis.
On the evening of Sunday, Aug. 24, the outdoor patio of the Blockade Runner Beach Resort was filled with people dancing to beach music provided by The Imitations and chatting with old friends.
Karola LA1 4ttringhaus and other artists and volunteers performed "Volo," in which the SARUS Festival bird flies along the beach.
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Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 05:20 pm
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