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South Brunswick High School teacher named Teacher of the Year finalist

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A Brunswick County teacher has been named a finalist for Teacher of the Year. Full story...
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One person sent to hosptial after shooting

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The Wilmington Police Department says that a man was shot after attempting to rob a convenience store. Full story...
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Coast Guard temporarily removes navigational aids from Lockwoods Folly Inlet

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Coast Guard Sector North Carolina personnel temporarily removed the aids to navigation from Lockwoods Folly Inlet this week due to severe shoaling in the waterway. Full story...
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NC on the hook for $20M this year for hurricane

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State officials say North Carolina government should be on the hook for roughly $20 million this fiscal year for its share of costs to respond to Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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Candidate profile: Laura Padgett

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video With early voting underway and Election Day right around the corner, we've been introducing your to the candidates for Wilmington City Council. Incumbent Laura Padgett says her experience is an asset to the city and looks forward to continue to improve Wilmington. Full story...
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As public comments near end, debate over cement plant continues

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video The proposed cement plant in Castle Hayne has been the topic of debate for years. This morning, opponents showed how it would affect the Northeast Cape Fear River. Meanwhile, the plant's GM says there's little to worry about. Full story...
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Civitas Poll: Voters overwhelmingly support drug testing public assistance recipients

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There is broad support among North Carolina voters for drug testing those who receive public assistance, according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. Full story...
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FEMA opens temporary help center for Irene victims

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Two months after Hurricane Irene swept along the Cape Fear Coast, FEMA is back in Pender County this weekend to help storm victims. Full story...
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