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Congressman McIntyre to hold one-on-one meetings in Brunswick County

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The representative will stop in Carolina Shores to hold one-on-one meetings with Brunswick County residents. Constituents are invited to talk with the congressman about ideas, issues or concerns. Full story...
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Wilmington area charities see a nice boost from Azalea Garden Tour

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The Cape Fear Garden Club tells WWAY this year's Azalea Garden Tour brought in about $78,000, which will be distributed among local charities.

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Laney gets some much needed cleaning

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videoAfter low scores on a health inspection and some major spring-cleaning. Students at Laney High School returned to a squeaky clean building on Monday. Full story...
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Smooth transition as First Federal takes over Cape Fear Bank

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videoCustomers said they weren't sure what to expect when they heard Cape Fear Bank would be no more, but the familiar faces they saw at the First Federal Banks pleasantly surprised them. Full story...
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Driver fails to yield, hits pedestrian

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Another pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in Wilmington. It happened around lunchtime Monday at the intersection of Grace and Front streets. Full story...
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School bus runs red light, causes wreck

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A New Hanover County school bus triggered an early morning traffic crash on Monday. Around 7:00 this morning, the bus was traveling on Dawson Street when police say it ran the red light crossing 16th Street. The bus broadsided a pick up truck. Full story...
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Cape Fear Book and Supply closes doors

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A downtown Wilmington business has shut its doors. Cape Fear Book and Supply on Front Street said it can't keep up with prices. Full story...
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Many blogs later, local high school students return from France

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videoThe Cape Fear Global Club has returned from their trip to France, and they have plenty of stories to tell. While traveling through Europe, students documented the details of their adventures in an online blog. Full story...
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Conficker worm not a joke, Stalk Daily worm hits Twitter

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The worm known as Conficker is believed to have infected nine to fifteen million computers worldwide, while another worm attack Twitter. Full story...
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Accused surfboard thief tracked down

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Wilmington Police say they have tracked down a surfboard bandit. Griffin Hornstein has been cited with two breaking and entering and two larceny charges. Full story...
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Rough weather causes repairs in downtown Wilmington

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Repairs were underway early Monday morning after a weekend storm hit downtown Wilmington. At least nine windows and six street signs were damaged by the severe weather early Saturday morning. Full story...
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Coastal Living Show features everything from improvements to decorating

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It's been called one of the top two springtime events in Wilmington, and it's happening this weekend. Full story...
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Canine Relay of Life set for Saturday

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The second annual Canine Relay for Life is Saturday at Halyburton Park in Wilmington. Last year, 198 dogs and their owners took part and raised $13,000. Full story...
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UNCW Razor Walker Award recognizes Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina

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videoIt began more than 50 years ago as a home for young men struggling with family issues. Now it is a place where abused or neglected boys and girls can get the care and education they need to succeed. Full story...
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Wilmington man cuts his way through a major milestone

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videoHarry Pope said he became a barber because his father told him people will always need a haircut. But all these years later he said time is trimming his profession.

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