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Ogden's singing bell ringer

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videoTrey Forsyth stands outside the Big Lots store in Ogden 6 days a week, singing, in order to raise money for the Salvation Army. His voice caught the attention of WWAY’s John Rendleman. Full story...
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South Brunswick High program receives nice gift

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South Brunswick High School's aquaculture program got a nice gift Tuesday. The Coastal Conservation Association presented a $1,500 check to support the program's flounder hatchery. Full story...
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Fort Hood hero Munley may need more surgery

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Fort Hood hero and Carolina Beach native Kim Munley may need more surgery than expected. Monday night Munley wrote on her blog about a visit with her vascular surgeon. She said the doctor found only one of three veins... Full story...
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Local farmers face problems with too much rain

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We know that rain is vital to growing crops, but too much rain? That is the problem some local farmers are facing. At Sunny Rowe Farm Market in Rocky Point, owner David Rowe said they have had... Full story...
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Brunswick County Board of Health talks animal euthanasia

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Animal euthanasia headlined the agenda at Monday night's Brunswick County Board of Health meeting in Bolivia. Brunswick County currently uses euthanasia by injection for companion animals. Full story...
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Bolivia man arrested, faces multiple drug charges

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A Bolivia man faces multiple drug charges after the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office seized drugs from his home. Full story...
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Monday marks busiest day for USPS

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videoIt’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it can often be the most hectic. The United States Postal Service delivers 16.6 billion cards and packages between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Full story...
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Pet owners upset in Pender County

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videoPender County is looking at ways to strengthen it's dog ordinances. Nothing was decided Monday, but upset pet owners spoke out about their beloved dogs getting viciously attacked or killed by "dangerous" neighborhood dogs. Full story...
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Lines yet to be drawn in New Hanover County redistricting

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It is an issue that has had parents heated for months. Monday, the New Hanover County School Board met to further it's discussion of middle school redistricting. Full story...
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Perdue pays a visit to Camp Lejeune

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Governor Bev Perdue paid a visit to Camp Lejeune Monday for a briefing on the upcoming deployment of Marines to Afghanistan. The governor talked about her personal connection to this base, and the needs of the men and women who will soon be shipping out.

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New Hanover High student caught with knives at school

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A student is in custody after being caught with knives on school grounds. New Hanover High School went into lockdown early Monday morning after a sophomore was found in the bathroom with knives. Full story...
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How social networking sites are benefiting busy moms

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videoMost busy moms do not have a lot of extra time to read the paper, or catch up with friends. Social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook are helping them stay plugged-in. Full story...
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UNCW graduation filled with hope, anticipation and enthusiasm

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videoThis weekend marked the end of a journey for more than 1,700 students at UNCW, as the university celebrated its fall commencement. But what faces these young minds as they head out into the job market? Full story...
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Traffic advisories for Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach

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There are a couple of traffic advisories this morning for a couple New Hanover County beach towns.

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Brandis, Fully Belly Project accepts Clarence Award

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Sunday marked the annual presentation of an award that is given in the spirit of the season. UNCW presented the Fourth Annual Clarence Award to Jock Brandis, founder of the Wilmington-based Full Belly Project. Full story...
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