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Judge-to-be pays taxes, still has critics

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videoOn Friday, Sherry Dew Tyler will be sworn in as judge for the 13th Judicial District, presiding over Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus counties. She was appointed by Governor Bev Perdue, and already has some vocal fans, and critics. Full story...
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Up and down on Market Street

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videoIf you drive along Market Street, you'll hit dozens of for sale signs, for lease signs or even closing signs. Many are from the automotive industry. But there are some businesses that recently sprung up or that are just trying to hold on. Full story...
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Open up your own shop at the mall

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videoHow about some help starting your own business? A local contest could make that a reality for one lucky winner. For an entrepreneur, this may as well be the promise land; a place to set up shop, free of charge for six months, in the Independence Mall.

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Hospital monitoring system eases worries

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videoGoing to the hospital can generate a lot of anxiety for a patient, and their loved ones. New Hanover Regional Medical Center is using technology to help ease the pain. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: History of Ocean Isle Beach

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videoThis month for our Cape Fear Pride series, we're exploring the towns that make up southern Brunswick County. Wednesday, we visited with Shallotte Middle School eighth graders who told us about Ocean Isle Beach... past and present. Full story...
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Murrayville recycling center re-opens

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The recycling spot in the Lowe's Foods parking lot in the Murrayville area was closed last month after residents of a nearby apartment complex complained about trash blowing onto their property. But after some changes, it is open again. Full story...
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Bladen Community College hosts statewide town meeting through video

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videoTuesday, the state house held a public hearing on the new budget. There were ten sites across the state where you could participate in the hearing through a video hookup. In our region, it was in Bladen County. Full story...
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Marino on Money: April 29

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videoHelping a child or grandchild with college expenses can be a worthwhile investment. Certified financial planner Ross Marino discusses a popular plan to start saving. Full story...
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Troubleshooters update: No-go on new park

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People in the Monterey Heights neighborhood who had voted for a 34 million dollar parks bond called us to complain that years after it had passed, their park still hadn't seen any upgrades. Full story...
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Record year for Columbus County Relay for Life

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The American Cancer Society fundraiser had more participants than ever before. Full story...
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Have coffee with Senator Hagan

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If you're ever visiting Washington, DC, Senator Kay Hagan wants you to stop by and say "hi." Full story...
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Illegal immigrants guilty of sex offenses

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Guilty pleas Wednesday for two illegal immigrants, charged with sex offenses in Pender County. Full story...
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Precautions in the works in case of swine flu

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videoNorth Carolina's health director said of the ten to twenty suspected cases of swine flu that were tested in the lab today, all of the results came back negative. Dr. Engel said the state of the swine flu in North Carolina is stable, but people should be on alert. Full story...
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Senior centers consolidating

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videoThe New Hanover County senior nutrition program provides meals for adults over the age of 60. Each meal contains one-third of the needed daily nutrients. But starting Friday, there will be fewer places they can get these meals. Full story...
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Sheriffs meet at Wrightsville Beach

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videoNorth Carolina's top cop was in Wrightsville Beach today. Attorney General Roy Cooper met with sheriffs from across the state to talk about statewide trends in crime and crime prevention. Full story...
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