Wilmington, NC – The State Board of Ethics Wednesday will review Governor Mike Easley's relationship with Wilmington developer Nick Garrett, and whether it played a role in turning over the Southport Marina to Garrett and other investors.
A letter from members of a Southport community group asking the board to review Easley's involvement sparked the investigation.
Garrett has made contributions to the governor's campaign and his company did work on Easley's home.
Copyright law, grant writing skills, tax preparation -- even starving artists need some business sense these days. WHQR's Megan Williams recently visited a workshop in Wilmington which tried to add some left-brain skills to local artists' right-brain lifestyles.
By Megan V. Williams
Wilmington, NC – A more reader-friendly version of this script will be posted later today.
A ROOMFUL OF WILMINGTON?S ARTISTS? AND THE HOTTEST TOPIC OF THE DAY? IS HOW TO FILL OUT TAX FORMS?
Theatre doesn't get much more basic than Theatre Exchange's current show at Thalian Hall - two actors, two monologues, and an evening of stories about misadventures in the American workplace. The production's stars recently came by WHQR's studios to talk with Arts Reporter Megan Williams
The newly-released final report on the 1898 riots has on its cover a photo of rioters pausing in front of a burning building. The picture, a rare glimpse into those chaotic days, is one of four recently donated to the New Hanover County Library. WHQR's Megan Williams looked through the photos with Special Collections librarian Beverly Tetterton...