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Website helps businesses exchange biomass materials

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videoA new website is helping businesses exchange materials that may otherwise become waste. NCBiomassTrader.org is already having an impact locally. Full story...
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Threathening phone call evacuates Wrightsville Family Practice and Urgent Care Center

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On Tuesday, someone made a threatening phone call to the Wrightsville Family Practice and Urgent Care Center. The office was evacuated, and officers went in to investigate. They found nothing suspicious. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for bank robber

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Wilmington Police are on the hunt for a bank robber. The robbery happened just before 11:00 Tuesday morning at the Bank of America at the corner of Independence and Oleander. Full story...
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Judges deny Thomas Wright's appeal

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Thomas Wright's 2008 conviction will stand. Tuesday, judges denied Wright's appeal of three counts of obtaining property by false pretenses. Full story...
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Tampa Bay signs former Hoggard kicker Connor Barth

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Former Hoggard kicker Connor Barth is back in the NFL. Full story...
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Going Green with rain barrels and compost bins

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There is yet another way to go green right in your own backyard. The New Hanover County Soil and Water Conservation Office is holding a compost bin and rain barrel sale. Full story...
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Police: NC father killed wife, 2 children, self

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North Carolina police say a real estate developer known as an active member of his church shot and killed his wife and two teen children and then committed suicide in their Fayetteville home. Full story...
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County commissioners approve permit for cell tower on school property

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videoIt was a disappointing night for a group of New Hanover County parents and property owners. Despite some residents efforts to fight it, county commissioners approved a special use permit for a cell phone tower on Murrayville Elementary School property. Full story...
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Holden Beach hopes to avoid the growing number of internet cafes

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videoInstead of venturing to Vegas, many people are gambling right in their backyards at internet cafes. As you might imagine, controversy is brewing. Brunswick County has several of these internet cafes, but they are not necessarily welcomed. Full story...
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High school basketball practices tip off, West Columbus hopes for a great season

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Monday marked the first day high school basketball teams could practice all around the Tar Heel State. In Cerro Gordo, Michael Powell is entering his 21st season as the boy’s basketball head coach of the West Columbus Vikings. Full story...
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Sea Devils take season opener in come from behind victory

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Cape Fear Community College made it all the way to the Junior College National Tournament last year. Monday night, the Sea Devils returned to the court for their season opener against Wake Tech. Full story...
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As temperatures drop, heating becomes a concern for some families

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videoWith the temperatures dropping, it is time to start thinking about heating our homes. It can be costly, but there is help available for those who qualify. Monday was the first day for families to register for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program. Full story...
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Early voting numbers higher than expected

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Tuesday is Election Day and early voting numbers suggest a better turnout than expected. Despite a slow start, New Hanover County Board of Elections Director Bonnie Williams said more people came out to vote than in the last municipal election. Full story...
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Brunswick County kids learn core values with First Tee program

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Brunswick County kids are learning core values while playing golf. This fall, students at six Brunswick County schools are spending part of the school day at Cinghiale Creek Golf Course as part of the First Tee program. Full story...
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Holden Beach may be too sandy

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Holden Beach town officials have an interesting conundrum. Some parts of the beach have too much sand. In order to comply with town and state regulations, homes on the beach front are supposed to have walkways... Full story...
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