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Whiteville baseball coach gets tossed out of season opener against Laney

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video Whiteville baseball coach Brett Harwood only watched half the game on Tuesday night in the Wolfpack's baseball season opener against the defending state 4-A champions, Laney High School. Full story...
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Saffo wants to alert residents via certified mail about the Market Street Corridor Plan

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video Many drivers out there try to avoid driving on Market Street for one reason or another. Now the city of Wilmington is planning ahead and looking to make some major changes but like everything else it'll take time and money. The city presented its plan on how to make it's mark on Market Street. Full story...
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: "One Tree Hill" gives back

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video Stars from the popular CW series took time out of their schedules to meet and greet fans and raise money for a good cause. Full story...
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Edwards faces possible federal indictment

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Former 2008 Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards of North Carolina may face a federal indictment connected to campaign finances, observers said. Edwards may have to answer to a federal grand jury's indictment that he knew some of the millions of dollars of campaign funds was being used to support Rielle Hunter, the videographer for Edwards's campaign, with whom he had an affair and the couple's daughter, The New York Times reported Monday. Full story...
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New York Times: Edwards lies low, but that won’t last

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Over the past few weeks, people in this tight-knit university community have not seen much of John Edwards - reports The New York Times. They used to. He would hang out on a metal stool at Bowbarr, a short walk from the environmentally friendly condominium complex where he moved after details of an extramarital affair sent him from the family home. Full story...
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State ends Bad Check Program

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It's a sign of the times, and businesses in Bladen, Columbus and Brunswick Counties are paying the price for it. District Attorney Jon David announced today the state eliminated the Bad Check Program for the three counties David represents to save money. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: 'Teen Spirit' to hold open casting call Saturday

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The ABC Family original movie "Teen Spirit" is looking for young adults who can pass for all types of teenagers popular kids, jocks, nerds, EMO, goth, hipsters, etc. to fill the student body of an "All-American stereotypical high school." Producers are also looking for background actors of all ages to play parents, senior citizens, restaurant patrons, etc. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Three recent deaths attributed to heroin overdoses

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The Wilmington Police Department is investigating three fatal heroin overdoses since Friday, February 25, 2011. The substance is individually package in bindles labeled "Black Magic." We strongly advise anyone who comes in contact with this substance to contact your local law enforcement agency. Full story...
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WILMINGTON JOURNAL: Brunswick Co. NAACP supporting Commissioner Charles Warren

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In July of last year, Brunswick County Commissioner Charles Warren was appointed by his fellow commissioners to serve as a board member of the Department of Social Services. Not only did he assume his duties as a DSS board member, but he eventually became chairman of the board as well. According to Commissioner Warren, the first African-American Brunswick County commissioner to be elected in 28 years when he took the seat in 2008, a storm began brewing in September when a decision was made to terminate the director of DSS. Full story...
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The Rant: February 28, 2011

What happened over the weekend is just the latest in a long and strange saga involving R.C. Soles and a group of young men. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has tonight's edition of The Rant.