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Troubleshooters: Sewage pump station found, house lost

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videoFrancis Hollis moved into in his Leland mobile home in 1973, on a piece of land he says was given to him by his grandfather. Today, the home is mysteriously missing and a sewer pump station sits on the piece of land. Full story...
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Beach Day kicks off Fourth celebrations at Oak Island

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July 4th celebrations have already kicked off in Oak Island. Wednesday, the town held it's annual Beach Day celebration. Full story...
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Boil water advisory for Castle Hayne subdivision

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority has issued a boil water advisory for the Shearin Hills subdivision in Castle Hayne. Around 9:00 Wednesday morning, a water main broke after a contractor damaged the line. Full story...
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Family and airport discuss solution for last tree standing

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A Wilmington family will be able to enjoy its tree for a few more days. The Joyce family and airport authorities met in court today to determine what happens next. Full story...
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Twelve cuts made at SECC

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Southeastern Community College in Columbus County has cut twelve positions. Schools officials confirmed that nine staff and three faculty positions were eliminated Tuesday due to impending budget cuts. Full story...
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Brunswick inmate tests positive for TB

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At least one Brunswick County Jail inmate has tested positive for tuberculosis, and a total of 400 tests have been given to see if the disease has spread. Full story...
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Too much adult merchandise at Pandora's Box

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The decision to cite a local business for violating city ordinances is because too much merchandise at Pandora’s Box was deemed "adult." Full story...
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Save-A-Life blood drive offers drawings and giveaways

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Camp Save-A-Life is in session at the American Red Cross. Blood donations generally decrease in the summer months. The 15-day program aims to collect much needed blood, and thank those who donate. Full story...
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Fire destroys Maco mobile home

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An early Wednesday morning fire destroyed a mobile home in the Maco area. Initial inspections indicate that the fire started in the kitchen, but investigators say they can't rule anything out. Full story...
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It's official, McMahon takes oath

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videoThere's a new sheriff in town. Ed McMahon took the oath of office Wednesday morning to replace Sid Causey as New Hanover County Sheriff. Full story...
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Marino on Money: July 1

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videoIt is not something we like to think about, but what happens to an estate after we, or a loved one die? Financial Planner Ross Marino tells us how to properly collect death benefits. Full story...
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Keeping off the weight after tying the knot

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Every summer, love is in the air as brides and grooms prepare to walk down the aisle. When they get married, they gain a life partner. But in many cases, that is not all they gain. Full story...
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Hammerheads Defeat Chicago Fire in US Open Cup Soccer

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads hosted the Chicago Fire Tuesday night at Legion Stadium. It was a third round match in the annual US Open Cup Soccer Tournament, pitting the Hammerheads against a team from Major League Soccer. Full story...
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Flag flies again at Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department

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Old Glory is proudly flying once again outside the Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department. The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce presented the fire department with a brand new flag and flag pole Tuesday night. Full story...
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WPD honors retirees

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videoNine employees of the Wilmington Police Department were honored at their retirement ceremony Tuesday. Between them, they have almost 200 years of service with the department. Full story...
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