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Girl Scouts aim to make web browsing safer

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videoWhen you think of internet safety, Girl Scouts are probably not the first thing to come to mind, but they are becoming some of the leading advocates for the cause. Full story...
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Deep Point Marina welcomes Bald Head travelers

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videoDeep Point Marina is now open to the public. Dozens gathered to celebrate the grand opening for the ferry's new 40,000 square foot, two level terminal.

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The differences in dog courts

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videoIn New Hanover County, the Dangerous Dog Appeals Court is a three person volunteer panel, which hears each case. In Brunswick County, a five-man health committee acts as the jury. It sounds similar, but here's where the differences add up. Full story...
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Wishnask personnel file may not be released

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Tuesday, the school superintendent released a statement saying he has decided not to release Jessica Wishnask's file at this time. Full story...
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Stock Building Supply closing its doors in Wilmington

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The Wilmington branch of a national building supply company is shutting down. Stock Building Supply on Military Cutoff Road provides building supplies to contractors and homebuilders, but will soon be closing. Full story...
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Hospice to host grand opening celebration

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Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center wants to thank the community for helping build a new facility. The organization moved into its new administrative center back in March. Full story...
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City Council considers changes to travel policy

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A new travel policy for City Council members may save taxpayers money. Meals of spouses and guests who accompany City Council members on business trips will no longer be paid for by the city. Full story...
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Duplin County sports gets victory

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A victory for school sports in Duplin County. Duplin County commissioners had proposed new restrictions on school spending that would have prevented the school board from using money to support school athletics and extracurricular programs. Full story...
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Marino on Money: June 2

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videoIf you are out of a job, or changing jobs, you will want to have a plan for your 401k. In tonight's Marino on Money, Ross has a few options. Full story...
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Parents voice concerns at H1N1 forum Monday night

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videoConcerns continue after four cases of the H1N1 virus were confirmed in New Hanover County schools last week. School and health officials held an information session Monday night, where parents had a chance to voice their concerns and get their questions answered. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board holds final meeting on uniform policy

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Brunswick County School Board meets Tuesday night for its final reading of a uniform policy. In April, the school board voted “yes” to uniforms at Lincoln, Belville and Town Creek Elementary schools. Full story...
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New rules in effect for crossing the border home

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If you are traveling this summer, new rules are now in effect for Americans on their way home from certain foreign destinations. Full story...
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Sports could be cut from Duplin County Schools

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videoState budget cuts and county spending restrictions could mean the end of Friday night football and holiday basketball tournaments in Duplin County. Parents and coaches worry cutting the sports program could cause some students to leave school altogether. Full story...
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Perry sentenced to 37 years

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The Brunswick County man who skipped the country during his trial for statutory rape has been sentenced. Brian Perry and his girlfriend fled to Belize in December. The two were found in early May, and brought back to the US last week. Full story...
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Most admit they are unprepared for hurricanes

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Hurricane season starts to today. Are you prepared? Two-thirds of coastal residents surveyed in a recent poll feel no threat from storms. Full story...
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