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Pender County Board of Health operational with just four members

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videoAnother member of the Pender County Board of Health has resigned. That makes six board members that have left now. The four remaining health board members met Tuesday night. Full story...
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SECC Rams win region ten baseball title

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The Southeastern Community College baseball team will be playing in the national junior college baseball tournament later this month. They earned their invitation by claiming the region ten title on Monday in Morehead City. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Is Pender County Board of Health breaking the law tonight?

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The Pender County Board of Health is meeting again tonight, but without six of its members. That's because they've resigned in protest over the past week. So the question is, if the state statute says the board shall be composed of 11 members, can it legally meet with six of them missing? Marissa Jasek is at the meeting and will have more tonight on WWAY NewsChannel 3 at 11. Full story...
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Berger admits he's not aware of commissioner meeting rules

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New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger told the Star News today that he didn't know not saying anything during a vote would be considered a 'yea' vote. Full story...
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Virgo Middle School will close next year

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According to a Tweet from the New Hanover County School System, the board voted this afternoon to close D.C. Virgo Middle School next year. Full story...
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Ex-Easley aide Poole gets one year in prison

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A former aide to ex-North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley must spend a year behind bars for failing to report a $30,000 profit on coastal property that was uncovered during a federal probe involving the two-term governor. Full story...
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Nonprofit to test NC adolescents' college interest

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A national nonprofit organization wants to test whether telling parents of at-risk North Carolina adolescents more about college will increase interest in higher education. Full story...
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Gay marriage row grows as NC Legislature changes

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Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in North Carolina are encouraged by developments at the General Assembly, whose Republican leaders are open to the question after Democrats blocked it for years. Full story...
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NC schools to weigh nutrition value of snack foods

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North Carolina public schools are moving toward rules to cut down on empty-calorie snacks and soft drinks. Full story...
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BCC names new president

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The Brunswick Community College Board of Trustees proudly announces the selection of Dr. Susanne Adams as incoming President of Brunswick Community College, pending State Board approval at this week’s meeting. Dr. Adams is set to join Brunswick Community College on July 1, 2011, at a salary of $125,000. Full story...
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