This Saturday is DREAMS of Wilmington's end-of-semester showcase at the Community Arts Center. The centerpiece is a play performed, and partially written, by the DREAMS students. WHQR's Megan Williams has more.
By Megan V. Williams
May 19, 2006, Wilmington, NC – The DREAMS students' play starts out in a nightmare. Interweaving scenes tell stories of violence, loss... and eventually hope. These are their voices from a recent rehearsal...
Wilmington, NC – Top executives at GE broke ground in Wilmington on what will become home to hundreds of employees working on the latest technology for nuclear reactors.
GE is one of a dozen companies working with The Department of Energy's Nuclear Power 2010 program, a private-public partnership to develop nuclear technology and make a case for bringing at least one new, advanced nuclear power plant online.
The research and planning of that technology will be done in the new building.
Snipes Elementary School, Wilmington, NC – The tone was civil, but views were sharply divided at last night's school board forum. The meeting at Snipes Elementary was the first of three chances for the public to speak on the redistricting proposals for New Hanover County elementary schools.
Tonight the Fabulous Fantail Film Festival on the battleship North Carolina screens the swashbuckling classic, The Adventures of Robin Hood. As part of the festivities, fighters from the Cape Fear Fencing Association will be on hand to demonstrate the proper way to swing a sword. WHQR's Megan Williams stopped by the club earlier this week, to learn about the fastest blades on the Cape Fear.