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Race for Wilmington mayor starts early, Knight announcement Tuesday

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The race for Wilmington mayor is getting started early this year. Paul Knight, vice president and general manager of Sea-Comm Media, which owns several radio stations, is expected to announce Tuesday he will run against Mayor Bill Saffo. Full story...
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Stimulant drugs may carry risk of sudden death in children

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Stimulant drugs are widely prescribed to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and they are proven to help kids focus. But a new study suggests the medications may also carry a slight risk for sudden death in kids and teens. Full story...
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Ordinance in Boiling Spring Lakes puts homeowner in hot water

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videoYou own land, and don't like all the trees. So you cut them down. Simple, right? Not if you live in Boiling Spring Lakes. Cutting down trees without a permit goes against a city ordinance that protects an endangered bird. Full story...
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Great summer camps that will not break the bank

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videoSome summer camps can cost a pretty penny. We have scoped out some cheaper solutions for parents. Full story...
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Extended Stay Hotels Parent Company Bankruptcy

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Extended Stay Hotels LLC has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Spartanburg, South Carolina based company operates more than 650 hotels in the US and Canada, including one on New Center Drive in Wilmington. Full story...
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Federal stimulus money has been approved for eastern NC

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Nearly $32 million of federal stimulus money has been approved for projects in eastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Town of Belville looking for more land in annexation

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The Town of Belville is looking to acquire two pieces of property; a section of Blackwell Road and another along Highway 17. Full story...
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Helping kids stay fed during the summer

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videoSchool is officially out for most kids in our area. For a lot of parents, making sure their children get good meals can be tough in the summer. But there is help available. Full story...
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Mount Olive College grows in tough times

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One North Carolina college is succeeding, and growing, in challenging economic times. Mount Olive College, which has a Wilmington location that serves 450 students, is expanding. Full story...
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Volunteer fire department looks to keep swimmers safe

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videoMultiple drownings off of our beaches over the past few weeks has rescue teams on high alert. The Federal Point Volunteer Fire Department's Water Rescue Squad is working to help keep swimmers safe. Full story...
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Pleasure Island recognized as top destination

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The secret is out; Pleasure Island has been recognized as one of the top tourist destinations in America. The New York Times recently looked at the best travel destinations that offer both simple and exotic pleasures. Full story...
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Wilmington Police and New Hanover County Sheriffs take to the court

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videoLaw enforcement officers traded in their badges for a basketball Sunday afternoon. Members of the Wilmington Police Department and the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office, squared off in the Big Buddy Shootout. Full story...
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Brunswick County Republicans to decide Stiller's successor

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State representative Bonner Stiller's replacement will be decided this week. Tuesday, the Brunswick County Republican Party will choose his successor. Two Brunswick County Republicans have announced their hopes to fill the empty seat.

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The purrrfect time to bring home a new family member

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videoJune is National Adopt a Cat month; a purr-fect time to bring a new family member into the fold. Since it's kitten season, there are plenty of furry friends who will cat-apult themselves into your heart. Full story...
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US Secretary of Education wants to 'raise the bar', create new assessment tests

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The US Secretary of Education delivered a message while in Cary Sunday. He said it's time to raise the bar. Full story...
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