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New Hanover Community Action loses Head Start designation

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Problems at New Hanover County Community Action have cost the organization its role as a Head Start provider. The US Department of Health and Human Services sent Community Action a letter terminating the group's designation as a Head Start grantee. Full story...
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Explore With George: Coastal Carolina Clay Guild

This weekend, the Coastal Carolina Clay Guild is holding a show and sale of their work at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington. Today, George Elliott stopped by to learn more about the event and the guild's work.

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Just how much will it cost to buy into Facebook?

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We now know how much it will cost investors to buy into Facebook, 38-dollars a share. Full story...
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CFCC raises $215,000 for students

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Cape Fear Community College raised $215,000 for scholarships at its annual Gift of Education luncheon. More than 600 guests packed the Schwartz Center for the event hosted by the CFCC Foundation. Full story...
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Sailing movie star docks in Wilmington

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video If you've seen movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," you may recognize a ship docked along the Wilmington riverfront this weekend. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach to crack down on visitors parking in neighborhoods

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video Don't expect much free parking at Wrightsville Beach this summer. Town leaders say starting Memorial Day, if you park in the residential parking district without a permit you're likely to get a ticket. Full story...
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Pizza delivery thief us under arrest

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An accused pizza delivery thief is under arrest. Full story...
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UPDATED: CFPUA responding to another sewer line break on 23rd Street

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CFPUA crews are responding to a sewer main break in the vicinity of 23rd Street and MLK Parkway. Due to the location of the line, it is necessary to close a portion of 23rd Street near MLK in order for crews to assess the situation and facilitate repairs. Full story...
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