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State's community colleges critical in filling shortages in certain industries

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videoThe state's community colleges are critical in filling shortages in several industries, including nursing, teaching, and biotechnology. That's according to a recent study done by a public policy group. Full story...
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Titan economic impact uncertain

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More jobs and more money -- two things county commissioners say Titan America will bring to the area. One local business professor says that might not necessarily be the case. Full story...
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Eastern Carolina's EMS releases 20 water safety tips

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As Memorial Day has came to an end and the scorching sun raises the temperature, people head for their swimming pools and other open water, such as rivers, lakes and dams, to cool down, and the local emergency medical services (EMS) prepares for any eventuality. In an attempt to prevent accidents, Eastern Carolina's EMS Association is educating the public about water-related safety precautions. Full story...
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Trail being built to connect parts of Wilmington

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videoAre you looking for a way to get around town without using gas? Monday, Wilmington residents had a chance to learn more about the planned Cross-City Trail linking parts of Wilmington with Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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Brunswick County Residents React to Ron Hewett's Guilty Plea

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videoFormer Sheriff Ron Hewett is facing the possibility of several years in prison and a huge fine. Brunswick County residents react to his guilty plea.

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Residents speak out against Titan cement plant

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videoConcerned residents packed the New Hanover County commissioners meeting Monday. Many are upset about a proposed cement plant in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Bridge repair update

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Lanes on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge were back open Monday evening after being shut down as planned this morning. Crews took away lane closure signs around 3 p.m. Full story...
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Local man trying to break karaoke record for a good cause

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videoA Wilmington man is attempting to sing his way to a world record and help a good cause in the process. Full story...
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Brunswick County considering historic places survey

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videoBrunswick County commissioners will meet Monday night to talk over money and history. Full story...
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Career Day held at Murrayville Elementary

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It was career day at Murrayville Elementary School. Full story...
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Construction starts on Brunswick Novant Medical Center

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At the construction kickoff for the new hospital today, the name Brunswick Novant Medical Center was also revealed. There are already some signs of construction on the $107,000,000 facility, which is about three miles from the current hospital on Highway 17. Full story...
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Watershed Kids Award

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Using rain gardens to filter storm water runoff is one way Gregory Elementary students are helping restore polluted Burnt Mill Creek. They planted a rain garden in front of the school to prevent flooding, and allow runoff to pass through the ground soil. Full story...
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Hewett pleads guilty to federal charge of obstructing justice

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Former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett pleaded guilty in Raleigh Monday to a federal charge of obstructing justice. He now faces sentencing Sept. 8.

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History of surfing the Cape Fear coast

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videoA lot can change in 40 years -- the style, the technique -- but when it comes to surfing, one thing has stayed the same. "You are always looking for the perfect wave, and the perfect conditions to make the perfect wave," said Dennis Barbour, owner of Island True Value. Full story...
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25-year-old time capsule unveiled

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videoIt's back in time at Carolina Beach elementary school. Students and former students opened up a 25-year-old time capsule. Some of the items were old pictures and comic books. Full story...
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