It was 2007, and the Wilmington, N.C., native was doing seasonal work at a state park.
The first—and it turns out, only—stop was Douglass Academy, a new charter school in downtown Wilmington.
But time was running out for the Wilmington black community.
Its target population is children in several Wilmington housing projects.
Two days after the election, Waddell led a mob in destroying [Wilmington's leading black newspaper].
Here at Wilmington, in the village barber, we found another good illustration of the adaptativeness of the average American.
The “Letters” were published in the same year, 1796, in Wilmington, Delaware.
He resided at Wilmington, Delaware, for a long time where he closed his earthly pilgrimage on the 15th of February 1808.
But he was then living near Wilmington, Delaware, and the news was long in reaching him.
The other day Wilmington might have been taken, for the troops were sent to Beauregard.