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Man arrested after standoff in Wilmington

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A standoff on Montgomery Avenue in Wilmington ended in an arrest Wednesday night. Police said Devin Williams holed up in a house when they tried to arrest him on an outstanding warrant for possession of a firearm by a felon. Full story...
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Group home on hold in Navassa

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It looks like a controversial group home for troubled teens will not be built in Navassa after all; at least for the time being. Full story...
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Kitchen Cops 6/4/09

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No low performers again this week, but there are two high performers in our Kitchen Cops report. Full story...
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Beach Music Festival back on beach with cheaper tickets

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The Pleasure Island Beach Music Festival is back for its 24th year this weekend. This year it's back on the beach and more affordable. Full story...
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Board to discuss Wishnask file with public on Friday

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We may soon know why former Williston teacher Jessica Wishnask was suspended. After wavering back and forth as to whether to release Wishnask's personnel file, the NHC School Board has reached an agreement. Full story...
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Market Street's El Berta Motor Inn to close down Sunday

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A Wilmington fixture is closing its doors. Whitey's El Berta Motor Inn has been part of the Market Street landscape for 55 years, however it'll be torn down to make way for other commercial development. Full story...
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Roland-Grise rolls to lacrosse championship

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A New Hanover County middle school boys lacrosse team had quite a season. The Roland-Grise lacrosse team won the county championship for the third year in a row. Full story...
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The climate of small businesses

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The Director of the North Carolina Small Business Association spoke to area business owners Wednesday. The session focused on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act which aims to jump start the economy. Full story...
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What happens to gift certificates when a business goes under?

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videoGift certificates are often the answer to the age old question, what to get for the person who has everything? With many businesses in financial distress, the Better Business Bureau says buyer beware. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride Burgaw: The story of General Pender

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videoThis month our Cape Fear Pride series focuses on Burgaw, which is home to a monument dedicated to General Pender. David Ajeen of Burgaw Middle School tells the story. Full story...
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Wilmington company offers great deals on gift certificates

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Portcitydeals.com sells gift certificates to many businesses in town at half-price, or less, and if the business happens to go under, they'll refund your money one hundred percent. Full story...
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The longevity of Senator RC Soles

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videoState Senator RC Soles came close to losing an election for the first time this past November, but the Columbus County native says he isn't going anywhere. He's now in his 21st term and the longest serving member in the history of our state legislature. Full story...
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Local reality show to air on internet

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There is a new reality competition coming to the Cape Fear region called the ‘Nation's Next Top Model Home’. In this web-based challenge, seven interior designers will have the chance to decorate the primary living areas of seven new model homes in the Compass Pointe Community in Leland. Full story...
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Wilmington radio host sued by former Raleigh mayor

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In an e-mail sent Tuesday night, Tom Fetzer said he is suing Big Talker FM host Curtis Wright and Sea-Comm Media because of an e-mail he said Wright sent Republican leaders last month. Full story...

Bald Head Island residents vote to help re-nourishment effort

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Bald Head Island residents seem to agree that beach re-nourishment is worth paying for. In a special election Tuesday, island residents voted to raise taxes to pay for an approximately $17 million re-nourishment effort. Full story...
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