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Commissioners to negotiate renovation of trash incinerator

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After a work session and public hearing, the board unanimously voted to negotiate the terms with Covanta Energy, a company that was selected by New Hanover County to potentially operate the Sustainable Energy Facilty, what used to be known as WASTEC. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. Animal Services will join Sheriff's Office

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The Brunswick County Commissioners voted Monday night to move county animal services under the supervision of the Sheriff's office. Full story...
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The Rant: June 4, 2012

The debate continues to rage over whether Wilmington should get in to the ballpark business. As we told you last week, there's concern about how a petition blocking taxpayer-funding of a stadium may affect other teams in the Port City. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of THE RANT.

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ONLY ON 3: Still no timeline on appeal for fired Leland cops

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The fate of three fired Leland Police officers still hangs in the balance. The officers appealed their dismissal in May, but there's still no final decision. Full story...
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Sea turtle nesting season showing mixed results

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videoAs the summer months approach, sea turtle nests are starting to pop up along area beaches. Some beaches are seeing a boom of turtle eggs, while others are off to a late start to the nesting season. Full story...
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UPDATE: Leland council approve new town hall financing

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Leland Town Council approved drafts for financing a new Town Hall complex Monday. Full story...
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Bladen County woman charged with shooting boyfriend

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A Bladen County woman is in jail charged with shooting her boyfriend with a shotgun. Full story...
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White Lake drowning victim identified

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Investigators have identified the victim of Friday's drowning in White Lake. Police say the victim was Randy Locklear, 20, from Lumberton. Full story...
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