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ONLY ON 3: Contractors upset with Pender County Health Dept.

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video Controversy continues to surround the Pender County Health Department. Today the Board of Health called a meeting with many upset contractors, developers and home builders to try and quiet some of their recent permitting concerns. Full story...
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AAIPharma unveils new 40,000 sqft technology center

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Today a Wilmington-based company unveiled a multi-million dollar investment in the local economy. Full story...
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Clarkton man arrested for attempted murder

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A Clarkton man is facing an attempted murder charge after a shooting in Elizabethtown. Full story...
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Local developer Nick Garrett has died

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video Charles Nichols Garrett Jr., better known as Nick, died Saturday at the age of 53 of a heart attack. The Wilmington Businessman leaves behind four children. Full story...
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Update: Several men accused of shooting into car with toddlers inside

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video Several men are accused of shooting into a rental car with two toddlers inside. Tabor city police say they are still trying to figure out just what happened this weekend. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Leland mayor proposes unifying police forces in northern Brunswick Co.

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video Some changes could be coming to communities in North Brunswick. One elected leader has suggested combining police department. Leland Mayor Brenda Bozeman says combining police forces would help all of northern Brunswick County. Full story...
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Autopsy inconclusive on how child died on bus

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video An autopsy on a girl who died on a school bus in February could not help figure out what killed her. According to the autopsy report, the cause of eight-year-old Jamiah Batts's death is undetermined. Full story...
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Weekend weather delays 'road diet' reversal in Carolina Beach

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Work to reverse the controversial "road diet" in Carolina Beach did not start as planned today. The Department of Transportation says because of the weather over the weekend, the contractor who was supposed to do the reversal had to finish a different project today. Full story...
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