Employment Q&A: All The Questions You Wanted To Ask About Working For The City

In case you haven’t heard, Wilmington’s got talent, and we’re looking to hire some of the best and brightest to work for the City. We recently held a recruitment Q&A session on social media so anyone interested in working with the City of Wilmington could ask any questions they might have.  If you missed it, here’s a quick recap:  What jobs are open?  We have a wide rangeContinue reading “Employment Q&A: All The Questions You Wanted To Ask About Working For The City”

Council Recap: Major Crime Down in 2021; City Approves $350K In ARPA Funds

We begin our recap of the Feb. 2 City Council meeting with an update on crime in Wilmington. Police Chief Donny Williams shared end-of-year statistics from 2021, compared to 2020 and previous years. “Robberies have decreased by 34 incidents. This is the lowest robbery level since 2009. Aggravated assaults have decreased by 112 incidents. ViolentContinue reading “Council Recap: Major Crime Down in 2021; City Approves $350K In ARPA Funds”