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FIRST ON 3: Brunswick Co. Social Services Board cancels next two meetings

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The Brunswick County Social Services Board has scheduled two meetings scheduled before the end of the year, according to an e-mail from director Patricia Connelly. The move comes just days after a board meeting erupted in controversy when Chairman Charles Warren kicked board member Pat Sykes and a Brunswick Beacon reporter out of the meeting. Full story...
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"And the Winner is..." BEST JEWELRY STORE

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video In this week's "And the Winner is..." we're looking for some bling. As the holidays approach, you may be looking for something sparkly to fill your loved one's wish list. So who has the most glittery gold and the most dazzling diamonds. Let us know what you think is the BEST JEWELRY STORE in the Cape Fear. Full story...

Man arrested after arson at Wilmington home

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Wilmington Police say a house fire this morning was intentionally set. Investigators say Ronald Joseph Rose, 20, of Wilmington, is charged with breaking and entering and arson. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach gets NC Travel Guide cover

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Like we need an excuse to go to the beach, today Johnnie Mercer's Pier was the scene of a big announcement. Full story...
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UPDATE: SBI requested to investigate fire in Holden Beach

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video The SBI has been requested to investigate the cause of the house fire on Starfish Lane. Due to the complete destruction of the house, the cause of the fire remains undetermined. The investigation is ongoing. Full story...
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Trader Joe's joining Whole Foods in Wilmington

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Trader Joe's has submitted plans to build a new 13,000-square-foot store at the corner of South College Road and Oleander Drive, according to the Wilmington StarNews. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: UNCW trustees approve tuition hike

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Determined to maintain a high quality academic experience in the face of decreasing state financial support, the University of North Carolina Wilmington Board of Trustees today approved a 6.5 percent tuition increase for the 2012-13 academic year. Fee increases were held to $9.50 for all students. Full story...
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Salvation Army gives Christmas gifts for kids in need

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video Is it better to give than to receive? You can see both in action at the Salvation Army's Distribution Center. Full story...
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Truck goes off embankment at Surf City Swingbridge

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A scary scene in Surf City this morning after a tractor trailer went off an embankment leading to the swingbridge. Full story...
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Judge: Former FEC heads may testify for Edwards

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A federal judge will not rule out two former Federal Election Commission members from testifying for former Democratic presidential contender John Edwards, who's defending himself against campaign finance violations while hiding his mistress. Full story...
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