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New group formed to help owners of old houses

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There's a new support network for people who own historic homes and buildings in our area. Thursday morning, the Historic Wilmington Foundation introduced the New Preservation Resource Network. Full story...
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Former NC State fundraiser talks to federal agents

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A former North Carolina State University fundraiser has discussed her job with federal agents and an official says the school has received a federal grand jury subpoena for information about her work. Full story...
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Residents of flooded apartments feeling left out in cold

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videoThe trouble continues for displaced residents of Wilmington apartment complexes flooded by Monday night's rain. Residents say management is not helping them at all, and much like their belongings - they've been hung out to dry. Full story...
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Joyce's oak tree finally falls

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After weeks of negotiation, the Joyce family's giant oak tree finally came crashing to the ground. It happened around 4:45 Wednesday afternoon. Family members left the house, because they said they could not bear to watch. Full story...
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Dog Court: Two Springer Spaniels - dangerous or not?

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videoOne of our monthly features on NewsChannel 3 is New Hanover County Dangerous Dog Appeals Court. Court was back in session Wednesday night with two English Springer Spaniels a Wilmington man said terrorized him while he was riding his bike. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Family wants Howard's Towing to be taken off police call list

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videoA local family is upset with a towing company they were referred to by the Carolina Beach Police Department. It all started when Scott Brown had a stroke, and drove his truck into a retention pond at Carolina Beach. Full story...
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Renters swamped with flooding issues

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videoThe Campus Walk Apartments’ drains were still clogged with debris from Monday's rain on Wednesday morning. Meanwhile, many residents are trying to mop up the damage the floods left behind. Full story...
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Fire destroys Hampstead doctor's office

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videoA Hampstead doctor is looking toward the future after his family practice was destroyed by fire over the weekend. Doctor Shyam Garg had patient records on paper and on the computer, many of which were lost in the fire. Full story...
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Birds of a different feather flock together

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videoOur region is home to many species of birds, many of which choose to nest on an island off the lower Cape Fear River. Thousands of birds flock to Ferry Slip Island to nest, and nurture their young. Full story...
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Redistricting New Hanover County middle schools

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New Hanover County School Board members once again have redistricting on the mind. Holly Shelter Middle School is being built in the northern part of the county, and about 2,400 students will have to be moved around.

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Ocean Island Beach holds fundraiser for turtles

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The Ocean Isle Beach Sea Turtle Patrol held a fundraiser on Wednesday at the community center. There was a silent auction, educational programs, even a meet and greet with April the sea turtle. Full story...
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Bladenboro and Whiteville to receive federal funds

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Federal stimulus funds are on the way to this area. On Wednesday, Senator Kay Hagan's office announced grants for projects in Bladenboro and Whiteville. Full story...
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Major layoffs announced for PPD

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PPD announced they laid off approximately eighty workers from their Wilmington office on Wednesday. Full story...
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Sheriff McMahon works on reorganization within sheriff's office

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Sheriff Ed McMahon eliminated one lieutenant's position and created a new colonel position. The reorganization will provide more attention for several divisions within the sheriff's office and save nearly $80,000. Full story...
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City looking at privacy issues surrounding emails

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The city of Wilmington is reviewing its e-mail policy after the Wilmington Star News discovered nearly 40,000 e-mails to and from city and employees had been marked as "private" within the last year. Full story...
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