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Some non-profit CEOs pull down big salaries

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video As we first told you last night, the executive director of the Cameron Art Museum makes $127,000 a year. We didn't want to single out the CAM, though. There are half a dozen local non-profit executives making six-figure salaries while asking for your tax dollars. Full story...
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"Do It Downtown" hosts Down Town-Hall Meeting

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The collaborative grass roots effort to help focus & reinforce the downtown district as the entertainment & cultural heart of the region will hold it's second public meeting. Full story...
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Governor goes Hollywood

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The governor and Commerce Secretary Keith Crisco are leading a group of 20 Commerce Department officials, film boosters and others on a three-day trade mission to Los Angeles. Full story...
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DSS investigates another assisted living facility

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video DSS says staff at Clare Bridge lost track of two patients who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Full story...
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The dog ate my Census! Now what?

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Census forms are hitting mailboxes, but what if you have a problem with your form? You know, like the dog ate your census. It actually happened to our Kevin Wuzzardo. Full story...
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St. Pat's starts early, ends late at Wilmington pub

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St. Patrick's Day celebrations began early at the Harp, Wilmington's newest Irish pub on South 3rd Street. Full story...
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Tate won't seek new office

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Pender County's Commission chair will not seek a different office after all. Jimmy Tate announced he will not run for Clerk of Superior Court. Full story...
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Bladen commissioners pick another replacement

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Bladen County Commissioners last night picked another person to finish out the term of Margaret Lewis-Moore. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 @ 500p: The Cape Fear Museum and the Cameron Art Museum

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After hearing yesterday from board members at the Cameron Art Museum why $100,000 from the city is vital to their operation - we thought it would be interesting to compare and contract CAM's budget with the Cape Fear Museum's. Full story...
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NBA approves Jordan's purchase of Bobcats

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The basketball career that started in a New Hanover County driveway and went all the way to the Basketball Hall of Fame now moves to the owners box. The NBA Board of Governors has unanimously approved Michael Jordan's bid to buy a controlling interest in the Charlotte Bobcats. Full story...
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IRS to help struggling taxpayers

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IRS staff will help taxpayers address economic hardship issues, make payment arrangements or get help claiming any of the special tax breaks in last year's stimulus. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 @ 600p: DSS investigating another assisted living facility

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We've learned exclusively that the New Hanover County Department of Social Services is investigating a second area assisted living facility for a Type A Violation complaint - the most serious violation a facility can receive. Full story...
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Construction starting soon on affordable housing at old Taylor Homes site

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Construction will soon commence on a $6.2 million affordable housing community, announced officials of Wilmington-based Housing and Economic Opportunities, Inc. (HEO). A groundbreaking ceremony for New Brooklyn Homes at Robert R. Taylor Estates is scheduled for March 26, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at the old Taylor Homes public housing site located in the 1400 block of North 4th Street. Full story...
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Senator Hagan co-sponsors measure to protect NC fisheries

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U.S. Senator Kay R. Hagan has signed on to cosponsor the Flexibility in Rebuilding Fisheries Act that's critical to protecting the North Carolina fishing industry. Full story...
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Cameron Art Museum releases budget; says money from city is vital

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video The CAM has a $1.5 million budget. It spends more than $350,000 a year on utilities and hundreds of thousands of dollars on programs and exhibits. Payroll makes up about $770,000 - for 10 part time and contract employees and 10 full timers. Full story...
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