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Budget slashing the focus of Brunswick County School Board meeting

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videoTuesday night was a busy one for local school boards. The meeting in Brunswick County turned out to be a sea of red brought on by a budget backlash.

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City Council terminates agreement with Wilmington River Group

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The City of Wilmington needs a new hotel developer. At its meeting Tuesday night, City Council voted to terminate an agreement with Wilmington River Group. The company was supposed to build the Hotel Indigo next to the new convention center. Full story...
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New Hanover High will have fieldhouse renovated

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Tuesday night there was good news for one of the county's oldest buildings. The school board voted to renovate New Hanover High School's Jap Davis Field House. Full story...
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Counties ready for flu shots extra early this year

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videoFlu season typically isn't until later in the fall and winter, but this year, people aren't wasting any time getting their flu shots. Full story...
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State sales tax increase goes into effect

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videoYou're now going to find yourself spending a little more when you go shopping. The state sales tax increased by one percent today and is now 7.75 percent in most counties. Full story...
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Students get a taste of Wilmington in Black and White

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In a couple of weeks, hundreds will fill the Williston School auditorium, for a program on the history and future of race relations in Wilmington. Tuesday, community leaders tried to get students to sign up for the course by giving them a taste. Full story...
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Multi-car accident ties up traffic on Market Street

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A multi-car accident held up traffic along Market Street Tuesday morning. It happened around ten o’clock near the intersection of Market and Eastwood and MLK Parkway. Full story...
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New Hanover County School Board opens public forums on redistricting

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The task of figuring out where some New Hanover County students will go to school next year resumes at Tuesday night's school board meeting. Students have to be moved around because the new Holly Shelter Middle School opens next year. Full story...
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Organizing for America rallies for health insurance reform

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Health insurance reform supporters rallied in Wilmington for their cause Tuesday afternoon. Members of the grassroots group Organizing for America held a news conference at Central Missionary Baptist Church. Full story...
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Ban on automated calls takes effect Tuesday

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Beginning Tuesday, you can expect fewer phone calls from telemarketers. A federal ban on automated, or robocalls, went into effect today. Full story...
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Marino on Money: September 1

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videoWe are talking certificates of deposit in this week's Marino on Money. Certified financial planner Ross Marino breaks down different methods you should take when investing in CDs. Full story...
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Brunswick County prepared to give flu shots

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Although flu season is not typically until later in the year, the Brunswick County Health Department is ready to start giving flu shots on Tuesday. Full story...
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Veterans taking advantage of new G.I. bill

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videoNew perks from the GI bill have area service men and women giving more serious thought to higher education. Full story...
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Baby has toes chewed off by pit bull

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An Onslow County couple is charged with child abuse after their 4-month old child had his toes chewed off by a dog. Full story...
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St. James property owners unhappy with involuntary annexation

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videoAnnexation continues to cause anxiety among residents near St. James. After a weekend of protests, the Brunswick County property owners are not willing to become a part of another jurisdiction without having a say. Full story...
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