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Business booming at local pawn shops

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While some businesses are struggling, area pawn shops are booming. Many are pawning their items for the cash to spend, while others are looking to spend to snatch up the deals. Full story...
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Festivals of Trees in Whiteville

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The Festival features beautifully decorated trees, dessert café, wreaths, and baked goods. Children’s crafts and Santa Claus be available on the weekend, with entertainment on Saturday. Full story...
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Brunswick County sherriffs credit community in drug bust

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department credits the community for helping get $26,000 dollars worth of cocaine and marijuana off the streets. Full story...
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Monkey Junction to possibly join city

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Monkey Junction could soon be one step closer to being part of the city of Wilmington. City council members vote Tuesday night on a resolution of intent, which is the first part of a possible annexation. Full story...
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Suspended girder latest hurdle at new Oak Island bridge

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WWAYTV3 learned new details Monday on last week's deadly construction accident on the New Oak Island Bridge. Full story...
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Big prices come in small packages

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Presents in small packages could cost you a bit more money this year. The price of gold rose nearly twenty dollars an ounce to almost $800 Monday. Gold prices had hovered around $450 for decades. Full story...
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City Council to decide on Jason Thompson's replacement

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video37 people applied for Thompson's position; three have risen to top of city council's list. Full story...
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Remembering Pearl Harbor at Battleship Park

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videoDozens of people gathered at Battleship Park to honor those who died and survived the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Five local men still remember the attack like it was yesterday. Full story...
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Dept. of Transportation lays off temporary workers

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The DOT has laid off 88 temporary workers since October and will probably lay off hundreds more by the end of the year. Full story...
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Recent grant is helping preserve Eagles Island

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videoAcross the Cape Fear River from Wilmington lies an island unknown to many. But conservationists are trying to preserve its natural beauty. A recent grant is helping them accomplish that goal. Full story...
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Island of Lights Holiday Flotilla puts Carolina Beach in the Christmas spirit

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videoChristmas came a little early in Carolina Beach. The Nineteenth Annual Island of Lights Holiday Flotilla Saturday night had locals in the Christmas mood. Full story...
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Colonial Christmas at Brunswick Town / Fort Anderson

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If a traditional Christmas is what you're looking for, a historic site in Brunswick County might have it. Full story...
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Fashion Victims Ball a good time for all

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Hundreds of people sacrificed fashion for a good cause Saturday. More than 600 tickets were sold for the Fashion Victims Ball at the Coastline Convention Center. All the money raised goes to benefit local charities. Full story...
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New Covenant Holiness Church collects toys

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For the eleventh year in a row, members of New Covenant Holiness Church collected hundreds of toys to give out at Mary S. Mosley Performance Center. More than 200 toys were given away Saturday in Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Railroad Museum recreates Polar Express

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Imagine actually experiencing being on the Polar Express. In Wilmington, it almost became a reality. Full story...
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