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After 16 years helping southeastern North Carolina through hurricanes, tornadoes, ice storms, droughts, floods and so much more, Jerry Jackson is heading up the coast. Full story...
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The challenge over another controversial book in Brunswick County Schools is over for now. Full story...
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Former Bladen County Schools Superintendent Greg Killingsworth has pleaded guilty to a felony count of obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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New Hanover County ranks high for pedestrian and bike crashes. Full story...
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Commercial fishing groups filed a lawsuit this week because they want regulations for sea turtle protection applied to all fishermen, even folks just out for some fun for the day. Full story...
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When you picture a beach paradise you might imagine beautiful sand, crashing waves, and palm trees swaying in the breeze. But in Wilmington, those tropical trees have become trunks. Full story...
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Wilmington resident and legendary tennis professional Lenny Simpson will be inducted into the Black Tennis Hall of Fame later this month. Simpson turned professional in 1973 and was the first African-American to play World Team Tennis. Simpson qualified for Wimbledon in 1974. Full story...
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Florence McCoy celebrated her 113th birthday in February, which family said made her the oldest person in North Carolina. Full story...
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Art Pope, who has been a lightning rod of criticism within state government's highest ranks, is stepping down as Gov. Pat McCrory's budget director. Full story...
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The Wilmington Housing Authority's new CEO hit the ground running this week. Katrina Redmon started her new job Monday, and today residents had a chance to meet her at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Full story...
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Maintenance work will mean some delays today and tomorrow for drivers in both directions on the Isabel Holmes Bridge in New Hanover County. Full story...
Submitted by Hannah Patrick on Tue, 08/05/2014 - 11:54pm.READ MORE:
Do not be alarmed if you see fireballs or hear explosions in downtown Wilmington tomorrow. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council removed the cap on towing fees related to private property Tuesday night. The decision came after the State Supreme Court ruled that cities cannot regulate those charges when a towing company picks up your car from private property, like an apartment complex. Full story...
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A man accused of sexually exploiting children and performing sex acts on a dog is trying to have his charges thrown out. Full story...
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