Wilmington Community To Mark Overdose Awareness Day

Wednesday is International Overdose Awareness Day — an annual campaign with the goal of ending overdoses, remembering without stigma those who have died, and to acknowledge the grief of family and friends left behind. WORKING TOWARD A BETTER, SAFER, HEALTHIER WILMINGTON The opioid epidemic is a complex crisis that, if we are to make aContinue reading “Wilmington Community To Mark Overdose Awareness Day”

GUEST BLOG: Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

The City of Wilmington’s Equity & Inclusion Office Offers a Brief History of the Historic Day The City of Wilmington completed a small project interviewing women and creating a video for Women’s Equality Day. A few brave volunteers spoke to us about their work here at the city, things they have experienced in their careers,Continue reading “GUEST BLOG: Celebrating Women’s Equality Day”

The City Honors These SuperSTAR Employees

It’s no secret that the city has an abundance of outstanding employees who are dedicated to serving the Wilmington community. Every quarter, we honor a select group of these employees with the STARS (Service, Teamwork, Accountability & Professionalism, Respect, Safety) Awards, recognizing their exceptional work. The following were recognized during the City Council meeting onContinue reading “The City Honors These SuperSTAR Employees”

Council Recap: New Jobs Program To Build ‘Digital Bridge’ For Underserved Community

Wilmington City Council holding its final regular meeting for the month of August with several items on the table. First up, a presentation honoring several city employees for their outstanding service to the community. “You saved a life, and I heard about this story through this building many times, and I’d like to say thankContinue reading “Council Recap: New Jobs Program To Build ‘Digital Bridge’ For Underserved Community”