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Trask student-athletes sign to play college hoops

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Two student athletes at Trask High School in Rocky Point signed Wednesday to play college basketball. Edward Lewis signed with Wingate University while Kimani Hill will play at Lenior Community College in Kinston. Full story...
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City Council approves voluntary annexation along River Road

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videoWilmington City Council approved what could very well be the city's largest voluntary annexation ever on Tuesday night. It was a unanimous vote to approve annexing more than 1,300 acres into the city for a waterfront mixed-use development along River Road. Full story...
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Travel numbers expected to rise for holiday weekend

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videoIf you're planning to travel for Memorial Day weekend, expect plenty of company because AAA Carolinas predicts travel numbers will be up. Full story...
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Emergency tweets being tried in Brunswick County

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videoBrunswick County Emergency Services have found a new way to communicate with the public; they are taking advantage of the social new networking site, Twitter. Full story...
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Pender Memorial Hospital employees applauded

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Employees of Pender Memorial Hospital are being recognized for their hard work and years of dedicated service. Ms. Esther Walker just received a plaque commemorating 40 years with Pender Memorial. She began working as a nurse’s assistant in 1969. Full story...
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Earlier start for schools moving to the head of the class

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State lawmakers have moved one step closer to changing the start times for schools in North Carolina. Legislation just passed the House that would allow districts to start the academic year two weeks earlier, as early as August 8th. Full story...
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EOG's all about making grade on Annual Yearly Progress Report

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videoThe end of the school year is approaching, and for students that means end of grade tests. For the next few weeks, students will be sharpening the minds and their pencils for the End Of Grade (EOG) testing. Full story...
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Largest ever voluntary annexation on the table

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While many residents in Monkey Junction fought involuntary annexation, the thought of being annexed actually appeals to some people. An area developer wants to be annexed by the city of Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington driver facing several charges after crashing into ambulance

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A Wilmington woman is behind bars tonight after running a stop sign, and crashing into an ambulance. According to police, Lashanna Fennell was driving across 14th Street, and failed to stop at the intersection of Wooster and 14th. She drove into the side of a Bladen County ambulance. Full story...
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Brunswick County budget proposal shrunk by over ten percent

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It looks like Brunswick County is planning on some serious belt tightening next year. Last night, County Manager Marty Lawing proposed a budget to county commissioners that is more than ten percent smaller than last year's. Full story...
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Expansion for Brunswick County Sheriff's Department

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The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Department has staked a claim in Calabash. The department opened a new sub-station in this southern corner of the county. Full story...
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Marino on Money: May 19

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videoLast week, the 2009 Trustees Report was released, and the future of Social Security may have never looked worse. According to the report, the program faces massive deficits in just seven years. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue won't say much about Easley controversy

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Gov. Beverly Perdue says she's closely watching the controversy surrounding Mary Easley's job at North Carolina State University but wouldn't say whether the former first lady should resign. Full story...
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Governor signs smoking ban into law

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The country's largest tobacco-producing state is going smoke free.

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Higher gas prices have drivers shopping around

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video AAA says more drivers and higher fuel standards are responsible for the increase in summer gas prices, but don't expect the cost to come close to last year's record high.

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