The number of City of Wilmington trash customers who choose to recycle has risen dramatically since the city introduced the big blue recycling carts.
More than 40 residents of the Old East Wilmington area came to the city's second neighborhood outreach meeting. They shared input on what they like, don't like and what they would like to see in their community.
The city's second neighborhood outreach meeting took place on Oct. 24 for residents of the Old East Wilmington area. Input received at the meeting will be included in the city's long-range Comprehensive Plan.
Bring your little ghost or goblin out for some fall fun! The Fit For Fun Center is holding their annual fun fall festival on Oct. 25 and the Great Pumpkin Hunt at Maides Park will take place on Nov. 2.
The city held the first of 12 neighborhood outreach meetings for the Sunset Park/Woodlawn area on Oct. 17. More than 40 participants turned out to help define their community and tell the city what they liked, didn't like and wanted to see in the future.
New "smart" meters were installed on several city streets recently. The new meters feature a lit screen that displays parking rates, hours, time limits and other information.
The WPD is recruiting 8-10 year olds for the 2013-14 season of Police Athletic League (PAL). PAL is a proactive community policing effort that uses sports as a tool to promote gang resistance and awareness.
City Council saw a presentation at their Oct. 15 meeting showing Wilmington’s growth since the mid 1800s and highlighting our city's geographic, demographic and socioeconomic data.