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Fireworks safety

Please read these important fireworks safety tips from the Wilmington Fire Department before enjoying any 4th of July celebrations this year!

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WPD welcomes new officers

The WPD swore in 8 new officers and 6 new police chaplains, promoted 8 officers and presented Medal of Valor Awards to 3 officers on Friday, June 28.

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New fire truck in service!
The Wilmington Fire Department will hold a "roll in" ceremony for their new Rescue 2 fire truck on Wednesday at 1:30 pm at Empie Park Fire Station 2, located at 3403 Park Avenue.  [Read more...]
Alligators at Halyburton!

Register for the Alligators at Halyburton event!

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City seeks volunteers

Get involved in your government! The city is seeking volunteers to serve on several committees. Deadline to apply is Tuesday, July 9.

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SafeLight reduces crashes
Red Light cameras are significantly reducing crashes at two key intersections, according to findings from a city three-year review of data before and after the cameras were installed. [Read more...]
Council OKs new budget
The Wilmington City Council adopted the 2013-14 fiscal year budget at their meeting on Tuesday, June 18.
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Council meeting June 18

At their next meeting on June 18, City Council will take the final vote on the 2013-14 budget, consider a rezoning request for property on Surry Street along the Cape Fear River and accept a $15,000 donation from Henry Johnston for this year's July 4th fireworks celebration among other things. See what else is on the agenda.

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The Wrightsville Beach drawbridge will be up longer than normal Wednesday, June 19 at 5 p.m. so that a house can be transported by barge on the Intracoastal Waterway. The house will then be transported by land on Thursday morning starting at 9 a.m., blocking both lanes of U.S. 74.

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Bradley Creek sidewalks

Intermittent lane closures can be expected on Greenville Loop Road as crews install drainage improvements in preparation for construction of a 1/2-mile long sidewalk to Bradley Creek Elementary.

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