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Yom Hashoah: A day to learn from the horrors of the Holocaust

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videoMillions of people spent Tuesday remembering a dark time in our world history: the Holocaust. It was an event that claimed the lives of more than six-million Jews in Europe. Full story...
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City Council votes on money for Cross City Trail and two voluntary annexations

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The City of Wilmington will get a financial boost from federal stimulus money to help create the Cross City Trail. Full story...
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Debate begins on the start of the school year

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The House Education Committee began debate Tuesday on legislation permitting school systems to start school as early as the second Monday in August. Full story...
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New Hanover County students awarded for artistic talents

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Many artists strive to have their work on display. Four New Hanover County students have reached that goal. The four pieces of art will be on display for one year at the New Hanover County Schools Administration Offices. Full story...
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Basketball fans fill Brogden Hall for charity game

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Basketball fans of all ages came out to Brogden Hall Tuesday night to see Tyler Hansbrough and the Carolina Barnstorming Tour. Full story...
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Lavin and husband receive Community Recognition Award

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Two Wilmington thespians were honored for their efforts in keeping the arts alive in the Port City. The Wilmington Rotary Club presented Tony-award-winning actress Linda Lavin ... Full story...
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Number of local gun permits shooting skyward

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videoThe number of handgun permits issued in New Hanover County so far this year is more than double the number issued in all of 2008. This handgun craze has many people wondering, why now? Full story...
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New Hanover sales tax increase proposed to ease budget problems

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videoNew Hanover County Commissioners are proposing a sales tax increase to help deal with budget shortfalls. They want to ask voters to approve a one-quarter of a percent increase. Full story...
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Flower launch celebrates children

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and an event in downtown Wilmington Tuesday afternoon honored children everywhere. Full story...
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The Carousel Center for Abused Children Fundraiser

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Every year, to support the Carousel Center, local VIPs and elected officials put their egos aside and put on the performance of their lives. This year’s show, Vegas and More, will be held on April 25, 2009 at Thalian Hall. Full story...
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Magnet designation lost by NHRMC

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Despite high marks, New Hanover Regional Medical Center has lost its Magnet designation. That designation is given to hospitals for their ability to retain and recruit nurses. Full story...
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UNCW students work on creating their own text message applications

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videoText messaging is something many of us do when we want to communicate a quick message without making a phone call. A group of UNCW computer science students are some of the first in the country to develop these text-messaging applications. Full story...
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Pair of fundraisers help Habitat for Humanity

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Habitat for Humanity will benefit from a couple different events happening in the area this week. Full story...
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Marino on Money: April 21

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videoThis week, Marino on Money addresses the question of how our government manages its money. Ross Marino will also discuss who the US borrows money from? Full story...
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Front Street traffic lights to be permanently removed

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For the past month and a half, you might have noticed a change on Front Street. Workers covered the traffic lights, and added temporary four-way stop signs. This week, those traffic lights are going away for good. Full story...
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