Five of seven streets have been repaved as part of a $1.2 million repaving project in the city's 5-year improvement plan.
Midnight basketball is back at the MLK, Jr. Community Center. The program is free and includes food, an educational session and BASKETBALL! Each Friday from 8 pm to midnight through August 23.
The Downtown Sundown concert on Aug. 16 and the Sunday Downtown Wilmington Historic Marketplace on Aug. 18 have been relocated due to work on the bulkhead near the Diligence. Water Street will remain open.
Time is running out for the early bird discount on the Housing Summit. Tickets will go up to $25 after Aug. 18. Register now for your seat!
The Althea Gibson Tennis Complex was the location for the Wilmington Adult City Tennis Championship held Aug. 9-11. The event was a huge success, bringing in almost $76,000 to our area.
The last week of the Summer Nature Series at Halyburton Park wraps up on Wednesday, August 14 with a night time nature hike.
Although the exploratory excavations that the US Coast Guard have been conducting in Riverfront Park are set to wrap up during the week of August 12, Water Street will be open to all traffic sometime on Friday, August 9.
A small section of Rose Avenue just north of Andover Drive will be closed from Monday, August 12 through Friday, August 16 so that crews can install drainage improvements in preparation for repaving the road.
The Randall Parkway widening project is moving ahead on schedule.
A new pool schedule is out now for the remainder of the 2013 season. Plus, every dog will have his day at the Annual Pooch Plunge when the Legion Stadium pool goes to the dogs -- literally!