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NCDOT closure
For three weeks starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 10, there will be significant traffic impacts where Burnett Boulevard/3rd Street, Front Street and Carolina Beach Road converge. [Read more...]
Youth basketball at MLK!
Register your child now for youth basketball at the city's MLK Community Center. Deadline to register is Mar. 3. The season runs through May. [Read more...]
Convention Center hotel
The Wilmington City Council approved the sale of land for the construction of a privately-owned hotel next to the Wilmington Convention Center at their Feb. 4 meeting. Learn more about the hotel and its impact on the city. [Read more...]
Council meeting Feb. 4
Get more information on the February 4 City Council Meeting. Council meetings are usually held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall. [Read more...]
State of the City 2014
The Mayor will give the State of the City address on Monday, Jan. 27 at 5:30 p.m. [Read more...]
Rogersville-Bradley Creek meeting
About 50 people braved the cold to attend the Neighborhood Planning Area meeting at St. Andrew’s On-the-Sound on Jan. 22. Residents shared what they love about their neighborhoods, what they’d like to change, and their big ideas for the future of the area.
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Annual progress report
The city has released its progress report for fiscal year 2012-13. The report was included as a special insert with the winter newsletter. [Read more...]
Convention Center Hotel
At their Feb. 4 meeting, the Wilmington City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing and consider the sale of land for the privately owned const... [Read more...]
Homeowners insurance
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, the Wilmington City Council approved a resolution opposing a proposed 35 percent increase to homeowners' insurance rates in our area. Get information on how you can contact the state department of insurance. [Read more...]
Carp help water quality at Greenfield Lake
On Jan. 23, the City of Wilmington re-stocked Greenfield Lake with 800 sterile grass carp to continue managing water quality in the lake. For the last several years, the city has used sterile carp fish to help control growth of underwater vegetation, which in turn helps reduce unsightly algae. [Read more...]
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