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Large crowd expected to weigh in on Topsail Beach renourishment

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The Topsail Beach Board of Commissioners meet Wednesday night to discuss a beach nourishment project. At stake is whether the project will take place at all.

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Power restored at Wilmington schools

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D.C. Virgo Middle School and Snipes Academy without power after a tree limb fell on a nearby power line. Full story...
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Man in critical condition after being struck by 18-wheeler while riding his ATV

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An ATV driver was hit at intersection of Shipyard and Carolina Beach Road shortly after 1:00 a.m. Wednesday morning by an 18-wheeler truck. Full story...
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Inman sentenced to twenty years

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The man shot by Wilmington police as they raided his gambling operation has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. Full story...
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Laurean case to be moved

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A judge has approved a change of venue for the Cesar Laurean case. Laurean is the Onslow County Marine charged with murdering fellow Marine Maria Lauterbach and burying her charred remains in his backyard. Full story...
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Sleigh ride brings students to Wilmington

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videoThirty-two children from Georgia took a sleigh ride with Santa today from Atlanta to Wilmington thanks to Atlantic southeast Airlines. Call it a direct flight to the Children's Museum of Wilmington. Full story...
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How many taxis are enough?

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videoAre there enough taxis in the city of Wilmington? The city issues 155 taxi permits to cab companies throughout the Port City, and those are the only cabs that can pick up passengers in the Wilmington city limits. Taxi drivers say the system isn't fair. Full story...
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Local artists need interesting material for sculpture

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A group of local artists is gathering an unusual material to build an art installation in downtown Wilmington. They are looking for canned food donations. The artists will use the cans to build a fort-like structure... Full story...
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Wilmington kids need help "making it"

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A Wilmington mentoring program needs your help. "Kids Making It" teaches kids business and life skills, through woodworking, and art. They sell their creations at a downtown shop. The non- profit program is funded by grants, and donations. Full story...
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Elderly woman involved in Southport drug bust

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A drug investigation in Southport has left an elderly woman and 12 others facing charges. Seventy-two-year-old Martha Lee is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Full story...
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Men connected to Sen. Soles investigation land in jail

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Jackie Jordan is facing drug charges. Stacey Scott was arrested for domestic assault.

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Police and firefighters chip in to help needy children

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Members of the Leland Police Officer’s Association and Leland Firefighters are helping out needy children this holiday season. They have dropped off boxes at Wal-mart... Full story...
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Brunswick County showcases Nutcracker - with a twist

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‘Tis the season for the Nutcracker; the classical ballet is wowing audiences around the world. The Brunswick Ballet and Brunswick Little Theater is doing the Nutcracker with a twist. Full story...
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City still working out details for downtown taxi stand

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After complaints about the first trial run, taxi companies called this past weekend's taxi stand experiment a success.

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Sweepstakes cafes OK in Burgaw

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The town commission approved adding the businesses to Burgaw's list of permitted uses. Full story...
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