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Coffee shop coming to Wrightsville Beach will serve up beer, wine

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A new Wrightsville Beach business got the go-ahead to start setting up shop above South End Surf Shop at a board of alderman meeting last night. Full story...
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Ceremony marks start of construction for Montford Point memorial

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A ceremony is scheduled to mark the start of construction of a monument at Camp Lejeune to honor the Montford Point Marines, the first black Marines to enlist in the Corps. Full story...
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Sacrifice, legacy to be focus of symposium on Civil War

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A symposium about the sacrifices made during the Civil War will be held in Southport and Wilmington. A session Friday night will be held at Murrow Hall in Southport, and the Saturday event will be held at Morton Hall at UNC-Wilmington. Full story...
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WB metered parking to begin with new technology

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video It's that time again -- metered parking at Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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Full night of high school basketball state playoff action, finally the weather clears

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videoWe had more than our fair share of state playoff high school basketball on WWAY on Thursday night. A handful of our games came down to the wire. That was the case in Wilmington with the New Hanover-South View finish. The Pender-Trask game was equally as close. The West Brunswick Trojans avoided an upset, but it certainly didn't look like they'd be able to pull it out until the end. Plus more! Full story...
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Record night for UNCW's Brie Mobley

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videoThere's a new Trask Coliseum scoring record as of Thursday night. The Trask Coliseum scoring record went down Thursday night. To Delaware’s dismay, so did a lot of Brie Mobley’s shots. 46 is the highest points total in CAA history. Full story...
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WWAY learns some new moves

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videoA Wilmington company is trying to bring personal safety lessons into the workplace. Full story...
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Pender County man convicted of assault with a machete

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A Pender County man is found guilty of a machete attack that happened last year. Full story...
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UPDATE: Students react to UNCW track getting second chance to keep program running

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videoStudents react to UNCW Interim Chancellor Bill Sederburg deciding to give the school's track and cross country teams and their supporters time to raise enough money to keep the program running. Full story...
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Attorney calls CFCC probe 'a witch hunt'

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videoDistrict Attorney Ben David says the investigation into CFCC was broadened this week due to new allegations involving the former president, but the attorney representing Dr. Ted Spring says these allegations are a witch hunt. Full story...
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