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Wait a second for 2009

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We'll have to wait just a little longer to ring in 2009; one leap second to be exact. The world timekeepers are adding the extra second because Earth is slowing down just a bit. Full story...
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NHRMC lockdown caused by man charged with armed robbery

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center is back to business as usual after an emergency lockdown last night. Full story...
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Kids celebrate "Noon Year's Eve"

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Kids are usually in bed when the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve, so they had their own countdown to 2009 at noon today. Full story...
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At home New Year's celebrations can save money

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Still looking for an affordable way to celebrate the New Year? Managers at Party City Discount store in Wilmington say a house party is the less expensive way to go. Full story...
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2008 Year in Review: Part 2

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videoLast week we took a look back at the first half of 2008 in southeastern North Carolina. Wednesday, we end the year with the second half of our Year in Review. Full story...
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Will the economy keep you from celebrating New Year's Eve?

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videoRestaurants and clubs are hoping for big crowds for New Year's celebrations tonight, and with our economy in a recession, many are using sales tactics to get you in the door. Full story...
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Port City Java founder resigns

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Wilmington-based Port City Java has some new leadership after one of the company's founders leaves the business. Full story...
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New Hanover Regional Medical Center goes on lockdown Tuesday night

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center went on lockdown Tuesday night after a bloodied robbery suspect barged into the emergency room. Full story...
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US Census Bureau needs workers in our area

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The US Census Bureau is already beginning work on the 2010 census. Census workers are needed in our area. The pay is $11 an hour, plus mileage. Full story...
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Leland police deliver presents for Three Kings Day

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Leland police delivered their final batch of Christmas toys to needy children Tuesday. Officers dropped off nearly 150 toys to St. Mary's Church in Wilmington for Three Kings Day next week. Full story...
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Local population continues to grow

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videoAll five counties in our area have seen population growth since 2000. Brunswick County is growing at a faster rate than the others, and estimates suggest that will continue. Full story...
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Foundation of former railroad station annex is unearthed

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videoA fading part of Wilmington's history has been re-discovered. Construction crews working downtown recently unearthed some of Wilmington's railroad past. Full story...
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Common cold shouldn't halt workouts

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videoExercise won't make your cold better or worse, but you do need to take steps to try not to spread the virus. Full story...
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Social networking not just for the kids these days

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videoSocial networking sites are not just for socializing anymore. People are using them to promote their business or themselves. Even stay-at-home moms are logging on. And in terms of age demographics, it is out with the young, and in with... everyone. Full story...
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Leland curbside recycling program not at risk

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As we reported yesterday, the value of recycled materials has taken a big hit in the past few months. That being said, Leland's curbside recycling program, set to begin in February, is not at risk. Full story...
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