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Allegiant cuts flights to Tampa

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Just months after beginning service between Wilmington and the Tampa Bay area, Allegiant Air is scaling back. Full story...
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Where to, and where not to park during Azalea Fest

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videoTickets and towing can definitely dampen the Azalea Festival spirit; here's what you need to know when parking over the weekend. Full story...
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Senator Hagan to tour old Nesbitt Court and Shallotte intersection

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Once the Azalea Festival is over, it will be back to business for our elected officials. Senator Kay Hagan will be in town on Monday to tour the old Nesbitt Court Housing Facility. Full story...
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Other garden parties

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If you couldn't make the exclusive garden party this year, don't worry, other local businesses are putting on their own garden parties. Full story...
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Ribbon cutting officially begins Garden Tour

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videoFriday's Azalea Garden Tour ribbon cutting may be the grandest single spectacle of the entire Azalea Festival, and today did not disappoint. Even the weather cooperated. Music of the era, as the belles blossomed, the clouds parted, and the sky turned Carolina blue. Full story...
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City staff and departments field questions about Monkey Junction annexation

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The City of Wilmington had one last chance to sell its plan to annex Monkey Junction. Thursday night, the city hosted an annexation information meeting at Codington Elementary School. Full story...
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Thieves target local non-profits

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videoThere's no love for the Love Center Church in Wilmington at least no love from a burglar or a burglars who took two industrial sized air conditioners Wednesday night. The units were valued at six thousand dollars a piece. Full story...
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Budget concerns for Pender school district

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videoOur state's financial woes are having a trickle down effect on local school districts. Many districts are having to tighten their belts with a probable cut in state funding looming. School board members in Pender County are now looking at options if tough decisions have to be made. Full story...
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Wilmington students blog about European adventures

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videoTeachers and students from Murray Middle and Ashley High School are on the trip of a lifetime. Thirty students and four teachers are halfway through their excursion to France. They've been keeping track of all the excitement through blogs. Full story...
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Pender Memorial Hospital receives major funding

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Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden was in Duplin County where a small rural health clinic received major funding from the federal government. Thursday, Pender Memorial Hospital announced it is getting $75,000 for upgrades. Full story...
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Azalea Queen makes a visit to NHRMC

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The Azalea Queen was out fulfilling some royal duties Thursday. Amrapali Ambegaokar and her court visited the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Full story...
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Should Lincoln Elementary students wear uniforms?

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A Brunswick County school is trying to sharpen its image. Next week, the Brunswick County school board will talk about whether Lincoln students should wear uniforms. Full story...
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WWAY goes social and joins Twitter

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Now, you can keep up with the latest news and happenings going on in the area. Just go to Twitter and sign up. You can find us on Twitter at WWAY. Full story...
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Whats Happening: April 2-5

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videoThis weekend the Azalea Festival is not the only thing that will keep you busy. If you have young ones, they will enjoy hunting for Easter eggs. Plus, a Pender County Sheriff's deputy could use your help. Full story...
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Watered down amendment will still prevent many from lighting up

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A proposed law that would have banned smoking in all workplaces, including bars and restaurants, was watered down and tentatively approved in the State House yesterday. Full story...
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