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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: North Brunswick Scorpions

Our 2012 High School Football previews continue with a stop in Leland, the home of our next team the North Brunswick Scorpions. Jesse Jones has a look at the preseason report.

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WWAY's Monday night sports - August 6

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video On Monday night we checked out the "Orange-Black" scrimmage at Legion Stadium. New Hanover High looked sharp just four nights before Friday's BB&T Jamboree... Pender County native Donnell Holmes won a pro bout over the weekend, but just barely.... The Pender Dixie Belles are undefeated after four games at the Dixie Youth World Series.... Plus more ! Full story...
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Board denies proposed apartment complex, rezoning in Porters Neck

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New Hanover County Commissioners voted unanimously to deny rezoning an area of Porters Neck to build a 276-unit apartment complex at 8704 Market Street. Full story...
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Commissioners vote to rezone historical Seabreeze community

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Seabreeze residents got some upsetting news Monday night as New Hanover County Commissioners approved a rezoning request. Full story...
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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Trask Titans

We begin our high school football two-a-days with coverage in Rocky Point with the Trask Titans.

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Former elementary school counselor pleads guilty to wire fraud and arson

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A former Chadbourn Elementary School counselor pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to wire fraud and arson. He still faces first-degree murder charges. Full story...
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Volunteers say lax legislation to blame for puppy mills in North Carolina

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video On Friday, we took you inside a puppy mill in Brunswick County. But why are facilities like this popping up around the state? Some say lax regulations in North Carolina are to blame for the operations. Full story...
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Back to School Savings

With the tax-free holiday behind us there are still plenty of ways to save on school supplies. You may be surprised to learn one of the least expensive ways to stock up is by shopping online. Ashley Jacobs gets some tips from a local coupon pro.

RSVP to Melissa's Coupon Workshop.

She's hosting it Saturday from 1:30-3:30pm at the NE Regional Library near Mayfaire.

Cost: $10/person or $15/couple.

Melissa will present a PowerPoint presentation on budgeting, saving with and without coupons as well as how to get FREE items from the drugstores.

She'll explain the ins and outs of saving on school supplies and talk about the current Super Doubles coupon event happening at Harris Teeter.

Call (910) 338-9612 to register.

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