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Voters cast ballots early

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As soon as the doors opened this morning people flowed in. Most were prepared for long lines and were pleasantly surprised at how quick things went. Full story...
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Polls find economy a top concern

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Exit polls indicate the economy has been on voters' minds in Democratic primaries in Indiana and North Carolina. Full story...
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Community helps students with field trip

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videoLast week we told you about a group of fifth graders in Southport: a thief took the money the class had saved and admission tickets for a trip to Williamsburg and Busch Gardens. School administrators say our coverage of the theft led to an outpouring of support from the community and beyond. Full story...
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Wilmington eases water restrictions

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Following the success of mandatory conservation measures and the steady improvement of drought conditions statewide, the city is easing water restrictions. Full story...
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Heavy turnout expected in primaries

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Voters in Indiana and North Carolina are crowding polling places as they settle the largest remaining contests in the Democratic presidential nomination struggle between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Full story...
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Pender County residents recycling oysters

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videoMany of us love a good oyster, but the more we eat - the more we take away from the oyster reefs. Full story...
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Inmates need money for new worship building

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video Inmates at the Pender Correctional Institution are praying for more room to worship. Full story...
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Clinton, McCain, Obama visit NC

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It is the eve of the primary election here in North Carolina. For the first time in long time, our state's delegates could make a big impact on the presidential race. Full story...
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WWII veterans remembered

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videoIt was an emotional day Sunday at the battleship North Carolina as former crew members gathered to remember the ship's veterans who died this year. Full story...
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Early voting sees large turnout

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All of the signs point to a big turnout for tomorrow's primary here in North Carolina. The state Board of Elections says that by the time early voting ended Saturday more than 488,000 North Carolinians voted early or mailed in an absentee ballot. Full story...
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Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is on its way

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The US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence has once again set off to sea. The Diligence will spend eight weeks in the Florida Straits. Full story...
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USS North Carolina commissioned

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videoShe is now officially the USS North Carolina. A crowd laden with veterans looked on as the flags that had flown that morning on the Battleship North Carolina were hoisted aboard the sub. Amidst extremely heavy security, the Secretary of the Navy was here to give the command that made it all official. Full story...
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Carolina Beach celebrates boardwalk makeover

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Six months of renovations to Carolina Beach's historic oceanfront area were celebrated Saturday. Full story...
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Pender County Relay for Life

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Almost two weeks ago, six year old Emily Hollis lost her battle with cancer. Saturday, dozens of children celebrated Emily's life, while raising cancer awareness at the pender county relay for life. Full story...
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Commissioning parking runs smoothly

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The crowds at Saturday's commissioning of the USS North Carolina submarine led to congestion on the roads. More than six thousand attendees parked at various locations and used a shuttle service to and from the ceremony. Full story...
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