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Referees suspended after incorrect call in North Brunswick vs South Columbus game

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A local high school football officiating crew has been suspended. The crew made an incorrect call on the game deciding play in North Brunswick's 27-21 overtime victory over South Columbus Friday night. Full story...
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Parents, students push to stay in schools close to home

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New Hanover County will have a new middle school next year; Holly Shelter Middle School. But it requires shifting students around. The second of three public forums on redistricting took place Monday night at Noble Middle School. Full story...
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Air draft permits up for discussion at two Titan Cement forums Tuesday night

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The next step in the Titan Cement saga takes place Tuesday. Carolina Cement, a Titan subsidiary, hopes to open a cement plant in Castle Hayne... Full story...
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Teen driving safety on the minds of many parents

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videoFew things in life are more unsettling for parents than watching their teenagers take off behind the wheel of a car those first few times. Thus we have National Teen Driver Safety Week. Full story...
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Federal funds dispersed by McIntyre

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videoCongressman Mike McIntyre made the rounds of Brunswick and New Hanover counties with giant checks in hand. The Congressman's visit was especially exciting in Navassa. Full story...
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Craig Marshall remembered after surfing tragedy

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A local surf and skate shop is hosting a special event, in honor of the Topsail High student who died in a surfing accident last week. Full story...
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Wave Transit eyes trolley system for Port City

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A new proposal may have the Port City looking more like the San Francisco Bay area. County commissioners heard a Wave Transit proposal that would bring a trolley system to Wilmington in the next few years. Full story...
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Tigers mourn loss of Coach Murphy just before title game

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This week was supposed to be a week of celebration for the Wilmington Tigers semi-pro football team, however the Tigers are mourning the unexpected loss of their head coach, William Murphy. Full story...
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Ladies only in this year's Landfall Tradition

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For seven years, the Landfall Tradition Golf Tournament has given UNCW's golf teams a home course advantage early in the season. But the eighth addition is just for the ladies. Full story...
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Alderman Elementary students install rain garden

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Alderman Elementary third graders stepped outside the classroom Monday morning to learn about the environment. Volunteers from Wal-Mart and the PTA gave students... Full story...
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If you shuck it - Don't chuck it

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videoOysters are a popular treat from the sea, but after we shuck, many of us are disposing of our shells the wrong way. A state program is focusing an effort to recycle those shells to better the environment. Full story...
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Atmosphere Academy: What goes into a day

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videoThe Atmosphere Academy is back in session. This time, it's a question about what goes on in the wee hours of the morning here at WWAY. Meteorologist Jerry Jackson has more. Full story...

Walkers make big strides for breast cancer

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Hundreds of people pounded the pavement in downtown Wilmington Saturday to fight breast cancer. The annual Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk/Run is a major fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Full story...
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City Council looking for the perfect hotel

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videoFrom Carolina Beach, to the Wilmington Riverfront, city council took the day to tour some hotels in our area. Council hopes Friday's tour will help them make an educated decision when it comes to designing a hotel to be built next to the convention center. Full story...
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Port City makes a great spot for small business

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If you are thinking of starting a small business, you are in the right place. A national magazine ranked the Port City one of the best places to start a business. Full story...
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