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Planetarium and stargazing
Do you like to gaze at the stars? Explore phases of the moon and view night sky constellations inside the museum’s portable planetarium tonight from 8-9:30 p.m. at Halyburton Park, 4099 S. 17th Street. [Read more...]
Registration underway for Wilmington Housing Summit
Registration is now underway for the Wilmington Housing Summit that will be held on Sept. 6. The city, in partnership with the Affordable Housing Coalition of Southeastern North Carolina, is hosting the summit, which will be held at the Terraces on Sir Tyler, located at 1826 Sir Tyler Dr. [Read more...]
Major street paving project gets underway
Beginning this week, a project to make stormwater drainage improvements and repave almost 7 lane miles of city streets in the College area gets underway. One lane mile equals each mile of lanes paved. The $1.2 million project is the first major roadway contract in the city’s Five-Year Improvement Plan, which includes a $41 million list of projects approved by City Council last year. [Read more...]
Adult tennis championships

Are you the best of the best in Wilmington? Find out by playing in Wilmington's Adult City Tennis Championships. The competition will take place Aug. 9th - 11th at the Althea Gibson Tennis Complex at Empie Park.

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Snakes of NC at Halyburton!
Discover the many species of snakes living in the coastal plains of North Carolina! More than 20 Different varieties of snakes will be showcased at Halyburton Park on Wednesday, July 24 from 6-7:30 p.m. [Read more...]
New fire stations in the works
The city is now working on preliminary designs for two new fire stations. This spring, the city began implementing a plan to relocate four of its fire stations and build two new stations in order to help improve response times to emergencies in more up-to-date facilities. [Read more...]
Rain gardens help stormwater runoff
The City of Wilmington and NC State University have a federal grant to make improvements to help curb polluted stormwater runoff flowing into Burnt Mill Creek. These improvements include recent installations of pavement that allows stormwater to drain through it and rain gardens. [Read more...]
Council meeting July 9
City Council meeting, 6:30 p.m. at City Hall  Items of interest on the agenda included: A presentation from staff that will highlight the... [Read more...]
Summer Nature Series at Halyburton Park
The birds of prey are flying into Halyburton Park again! Get a closer look at live birds of prey from the Outer Banks Wildlife Shelter. A Peregrine Falcon, Barred Owl and Eastern Screech Owl will be introduced as you learn about these amazing birds. Also find out about Shark Attack! [Read more...]
Heavy rains no match for Stormwater projects
The recent heavy rains have been no match for the city's completed Stormwater projects. Projects totaling over $5 million completed in 2012 alleviate flooding in problem areas and lessen stormwater pollution. [Read more...]
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