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Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina is located in New Hanover County. Zip codes in Wrightsville Beach, NC include 28480. The median home price in Wrightsville Beach is $724,000 which is roughly $476/per square foot. More Wrightsville Beach information.

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6 hrs ago | WWAY-TV Wilmington

Masonboro Island saw fewer boats Labor Day weekend

John and Luke's observations are pretty spot on. The Wrightsville Beach Coast Guard station says they had just average boat traffic for a Monday and slow traffic for a holiday with no incident reports.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Lumina News

One arrested, many rescued as Labor Day weekend continues

Large crowds at Wrightsville Beach kept public safety officials busy on Aug. 31, with one beachgoer arrested after three run-ins with law enforcement.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Lumina News

Ocean rescue helps swimmers escape rip currents on Saturday

Many holiday beach-goers escaped the heat by swimming in the ocean at Wrightsville Beach on Saturday, Aug. 30. While the clear blue water looked inviting, lifeguards flew yellow flags on their stands to warn swimmers of moderately rough waters with the potential for rip currents.

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WECT-TV Wilmington

Crews contain house fire on Wrightsville Beach

Crews from the Wrightsville Beach Fire Department and the Wilmington Fire Department responded to a 911 call dispatched from 4 Palmetto Drive.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

WECT-TV Wilmington

Could Sparks' new film be NC's last?

A film based on Nicholas Sparks' book The Choice has announced it has chosen to film in Wilmington, but it could be the last? The production will be filmed in Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, according to Unit Production Manager Chris Bromley, but he said it could be North Carolina's last big film.

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Lumina News

Washington leader hears coastal concerns

Local officials hoped to gain a new advocate in Washington with a rare opportunity to share concerns about the effect of federal funding and regulations on coastal management projects.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Lumina News

Terms of use for inlet dredging funds debated

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.

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Lumina News

Lumina Daze stirs memories

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.

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StarNewsOnline.com

Coastal issues roundtable Friday in Wrightsville Beach

On Friday, a roundtable involving a sitting congressman and 7th District candidate David Rouzer will be held in Wrightsville Beach.

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Lumina News

Concierges cover the bases

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.

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Lumina News

Rescuer shuns hero title

In the mind of Wrightsville Beach resident Michael Brown, his actions on the night of Wednesday, Aug. 20, are undeserving of the heroic title one could assign to him.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Lumina News

Slow sea turtle nesting season statewide

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.

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Lumina News

Early morning fire singes Water Street house

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.

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Wrightsville Beach Magazine

Rowin' on the River

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.

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WECT-TV Wilmington

RAW: Fire crews on scene of house fire in Wrightsville Beach

Fire crews responded to a house fire at 108 Water Street in Wrightsville Beach around 3 a.m. Wednesday.

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WECT-TV Wilmington

RAW: Damage caused by Wrightsville Beach house fire

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.

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Wrightsville Beach Magazine

Big Daddy's Wrightsville Beach Memories

My grandfather, age 98 September 3, affectionately known as Big Daddy, has a gift for storytelling.

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Wrightsville Beach Magazine

Wrightsville at the Root

It has been a long day for Polly McIlvoy, a 93-year-old going on 50. She walked a couple of miles at sunrise, then kayaked an hour later with her two sisters, Myrtle Lindsay, 90, and Nina Keeley, 88, whom she now sits with.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Lumina News

Staff photo by Emmy Errante. Boaters enjoy Banks Channel on Monday, May 26.

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)

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WWAY-TV Wilmington

Police: Man robs Oceanic employee at gunpoint near restaurant, takes off with cash

Police are investigating after they say an Oceanic employee was robbed at gunpoint while walking to a public parking lot across the street from the restaurant.

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