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Economic boost sails into Wilmington

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videoOf all of the ships in and out of the Port of Wilmington Friday, one in particular was the center of attention. Full story...
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Home energy audits can help lower bills

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videoHome energy costs can cause any home owner to stress over monthly heating and cooling bills. The North Carolina Office of Economic Opportunity is helping some home owners bring those bills way down. Full story...
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Train depot back on track in Whiteville

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videoHistory and the present come alive at the train depot nestled in downtown Whiteville. Built in 1903, it was the central hub of the city, a place where our soldiers went off to war and commerce like tobacco and grapes were shipped out. Full story...
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WPD ceremony for Sergeant Fey

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An 18-year veteran of the Wilmington Police Department said goodbye to the force. A retirement ceremony for Sergeant Mike Fey was held at police headquarters Friday afternoon. Full story...
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Trip It can help plan your vacation

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videoSpring break is right around the corner and summer vacation will be here before you know it. Planning a trip typically involves a lot of paperwork. Flight confirmation numbers, rental car reservations, Mapquest directions, and the list goes on. A website called "Trip It" can turn that chaos into order. Full story...
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Retirees fill time, make money playing fetch

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videoThese days, just about everyone is looking for ways to make a little extra cash. One group in particular may have found their niche. Area retirees are finding an in with from some four-legged friends. Full story...
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Lawyers across NC help with free legal advice

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Anything free in today's economy is a good thing, especially pricey legal advice. Lawyers from across North Carolina participated in Free Service Day. Full story...
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Sheriff Sid Causey sends his recommendation to NHC

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Sheriff Sid Causey recommended Chief Deputy Ed McMahon take over as his successor. The party will make a final nomination to the county commissioners by July 1st. Full story...
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Two Brunswick County teens may face arson charges

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Two teens in Brunswick County may face arson charges after starting five fires Thursday. The first fire began around noon in Boiling Spring Lakes. Within three hours, fire fighters battled five fires, some involving trash. Full story...
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Pilot involved in crash dies

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There is more information in the plane crash that killed a Burgaw man. 80-year old Glenn Moore was flying his single engine plane that he built around one o'clock Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Are you wondering where your state tax refund is?

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North Carolina's tax office said refunds are slow in getting out because it is worried about issuing too many checks at once. Full story...
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Third case of rabies found in New Hanover County

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A sick raccoon that was approaching residents in the area of South Cardinal Drive tested positive for the virus. Full story...
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Green building can save money

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videoFor environmental enthusiasts tax rebates aren't the reason they got into green building, but it could be one reason the industry is growing. Full story...
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Plane makes emergency landing in Burgaw back yard

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videoJust after 1 o'clock Thursday, a single engine plane went down in a family’s backyard off John Humphrey Road near Stag Air Park in Burgaw. Full story...
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Boiling Spring Lakes woman continues to fight city on code violations by neighbors

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videoAt the heart of the issue is what Anita Pinckney says is garbage in one neighbor's yard, and mistreated animals in the other. Pickney said the city takes little to no action when it comes to her complaints about code violations. Full story...
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