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Catholic Diocese of Raleigh plans new cathedral

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The campus would include a 2,000 seat cathedral estimated to cost $75-90 million. The new facility will be called Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. It will replace Sacred Heart Cathedral built in 1924, which the diocese says is the smallest cathedral in the continental United States. Full story...
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Contract crews to help Wilmington with Irene clean-up

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Contract crews will start picking up debris from Hurricane Irene in Wilmington tomorrow. As of Tuesday night, city crews have picked up between 800 and 1,000 tons of vegetative debris since Irene passed through Wilmington. Full story...
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Fewer Medicare Part D enrollees hit coverage gap

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The Kaiser Family Foundation says fewer Medicare prescription drug plan enrollees are falling into a coverage gap known as the doughnut hole in which they pay the full cost of their prescriptions. Full story...
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Pender approves debris collection sites

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The Pender Board of Commissioners agreed Tuesday evening to establish vegetative debris collection sites for disposal of Hurricane Irene storm debris from private roads in the county. Full story...
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Berger stays quiet, commission tries to focus on county issues

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video New Hanover County Commissioners met Tuesday night for their first formal meeting since last week's controversies involving Brian Berger. Although Berger told WWAY Monday he was considering resigning, Tuesday that did not seem to be the case. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: BSL resident claims husband caught in mayor's vendetta for police department

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video One Boiling Spring Lakes resident is simmering mad at the city's mayor and says she has many reasons why. Natascha Yarolin says Mayor Richard White has a vendetta for the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department. She says her husband got caught in the crossfire, and she won't stand for it. Full story...
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Still no answers two months after Pine Valley murder

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More than two months after a woman was found dead in her Wilmington home, police still have no updates on who killed her. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council extends time on downtown meters

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If you think downtown parking meters give too little time and encourage too many tickets, you will be happy with a new Wilmington City Council decision. Full story...
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Titans get comeback win in soccer over Scorpions; Bucs shutout Cougars

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video Laney only has one loss this season. Could they be the team to beat this year on the local high school soccer scene? Topsail and New Hanover are also having good seasons. In fact the Pirates and Wildcats will play each other on Wednesday at Legion Stadium in Wilmington. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wave's beach bus numbers fuzzy math

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video You have probably heard about Wave Transit's proposal for bus routes to the beach. But some claims made by Wave and even county commissioners in support of the plan may be a bit misleading. Full story...
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