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Rusty light tower off NC coast for sale

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A rusty, abandoned light tower off the North Carolina coast is for sale and the online federal auction has attracted two mystery bidders dueling at more than $500,000 for the relic. Full story...
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Officials trying to prevent illegal dumping

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videoIllegal dumpers beware, Boiling Spring Lakes officials are after you. Area roads and woods are being littered with trash and becoming a real nuisance for residents. Full story...
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Sergeant Fey retiring from WPD

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videoAfter more than 14 years with the Wilmington Police Department, Sergeant Mike Fey is retiring. Sergeant Fey has spent the past four years recovering from a near fatal gunshot wound. Full story...
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City council votes on more budget cuts for Wilmington

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More budget cuts are in the city of Wilmington's future. City council will vote Tuesday night on whether to transfer about $4 million from construction projects into the city's general funds. Full story...
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Brunswick students take part in MASH program

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Middle school students throughout Brunswick County participated in a medical academy called the MASH program on Tuesday. Full story...
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CFPUA updates city council on billing system

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will update city council Tuesday night on the status of several projects. This comes as the company tries to iron out some final kinks in the billing system. Full story...
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World War Two group meets monthly

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videoWilmington takes its World War Two history seriously, and rightly so. The people who made that history get together at the New Hanover County Senior Center once a month. Full story...
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Brunswick Community Hospital's new building is on schedule for next year

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Construction on Brunswick Community Hospital's new building is moving ahead smoothly. Crews broke ground on the new facility last June and the building is scheduled to be finished late next year. Full story...
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Accident at Snow's Cut Bridge has man on life support

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A 79-year-old man is on life support at New Hanover Regional after his car nearly flipped over the bridge embankment of Snow’s Cut. Full story...
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Some smaller social networking sites are less popular, but often safer

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videoWith more than 175 million users, Facebook currently takes the throne as king of the social-networking scene. Other social sites like multiply.com may not be as popular, but they may be a safer bet. Full story...
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Bellamy Elementary celebrates Read Across America

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Bellamy Elementary School continued to celebrate Read Across America today. The day is set-aside in honor of Dr. Suess' birthday to promote literacy in the classroom. Full story...
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Brunswick County makes decisions on tightening its belt

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videoMonday night, Brunswick County commissioners approved budget cuts they hope will get the county's finances back on track. Full story...
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Duke University warns of possible cutbacks

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A letter went out Monday to students and staff from Duke University's president warning about possible cutbacks. Full story...
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Children's immune systems may make them susceptible to staph infections

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, tens of thousands of Americans will contract drug-resistant staph infections this year. Full story...
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Weather again prompts school, travel delays

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Three school districts in our area will start the day late Tuesday. Bad weather yesterday and today up and down the east coast could also mean delays for air travelers in Wilmington. Full story...
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