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Topsail High Wins 1-A East Baseball Title

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The Topsail High School baseball team beat Perquimans 17-5 Saturday night in Perquimans to advance to the NCHSAA 1A State Championship. Full story...
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Miss USA attends Hammerheads game, Pittsburgh prevails

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Things didn’t go as planned Saturday night at Legion Stadium. The Hammerheads lost 3-1 and Miss USA had a bad allergy infection, which is not conducive to singing the National Anthem. Full story...
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Wishnask's personnel file to possibly be opened

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videoJessica Wishnask was arrested over the weekend after police found her in the back seat of a car with a fifteen-year-old boy. During her tenure with New Hanover County, Wishnask was suspended twice, but managed to move on to another school district after she resigned. Full story...
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Will economy put public safety at risk?

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videoThe effects of the economy are hitting the criminal justice system. Hiring freezes are thinning departments, and the fear is that public safety could be at risk. Full story...
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Many students absent from Gregory and Snipes amidst H1N1 concerns

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Gregory Elementary School and Snipes Academy are still on high alert after four students were confirmed to have the H1N1 virus. The cases were confirmed Thursday by the ... Full story...
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Camping businesses well grounded

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videoTaking a family vacation is tough to afford in this economy. It seems many families are still vacationing, but their finding a cheaper way to do it, in the great outdoors. Full story...
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The future of businesses on Front Street

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videoWith Kingoff's Jewelers moving from it's downtown location there will be one more empty property on Front Street this fall. Other business owners in the area say it's part of a regular trend. Full story...
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Saunders given thirty day extension

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Brunswick County commissioners have just agreed to give a local developer 30 more days to make good on a promise to install roadways and infrastructure in a number of major developments. Full story...
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Ashley High students get careers cooking

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videoSome area students are jumping at the chance to work… for free. The culinary arts internship at Ashley High School is giving students the chance to learn some skills in the kitchen and maybe even land a job. Full story...
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Airlie art a tribute to Minnie Evans

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videoMinnie Evans used wax crayons, vibrant colors, and mystical creatures in her art, and what better way to remember her at Airlie Gardens than with a chapel made from glass bottles? Full story...
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Woman accused of misdemeanor death by vehicle

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A Wilmington businesswoman facing multiple complaints has been charged in an unrelated car accident. Saturday, Galliher was involved in an accident on Castle Hayne and North College Road. Full story...
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Beaches to be safer in Fort Fisher

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Last weekend the stands on the south end of Pleasure Island were empty due to lack of funds for salaries. Today, state parks and recreation confirmed that there is now money to hire four lifeguards and a supervisor. Full story...
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Unemployment rates take a dip

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There is some good news on the employment front as April unemployment rates dropped in 83 counties across North Carolina. Every county in our area either saw a decrease in unemployment or remained unchanged. Full story...
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NC State blocks part of Mary Easley's job

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An academic center that was to be run by former first lady Mary Easley has been put on hold by North Carolina State University. The move has the effect of blocking Easley from doing a large part of her controversial job. Full story...
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Millions doled out for community safety

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More than $62 million is heading to state and local agencies to improve community safety and assist crime victims. The Governor's Crime Commission awarded the federal dollars to 315 programs across the state. Full story...
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