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Restaurants have to have license to play music

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videoEveryone knows you need a license to serve liquor, but did you know you also need a license to play music? Full story...
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Locavore-ism is a growing trend

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videoHave you ever heard the term locavore? It's a slang term used to describe people who try to eat local foods. Full story...
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Young Adult Conference teaches valuable lessons

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videoEven though schools out, many students in our area found themselves in a classroom learning about the keys to their financial future and much more. Full story...
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Local man says there is money in makeup

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videoWhen you think of makeup, you tend to think of women, but when one local man saw how lucrative the cosmetics industry can be, he jumped on board. Full story...
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Kay Hagan makes campaign stop in Wilmington

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Even though we are not in her district, state Senator Kay Hagan campaigned in Wilmington today. Full story...
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New niche bank in Wilmington

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A new Wilmington bank doesn't have any branches, or any ATM's. The reason for that is because it is a niche bank, loaning mostly to veterinarians. Full story...
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Confusion over re-zoning at Battle Park

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There is a bit of confusion over a re-zoning request for a parcel of land at Battle Park. Full story...
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Budget crisis in mental health industry

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Caring for a disabled family member can be difficult. That is why many families depend on the government's help for programs to keep their disabled family member active. Full story...
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10,000 locals may be eligible for stimulus, not know it

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The IRS says as many as 10,000 people in our area could still be eligible for an economic stimulus check and not know it. Full story...
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Presidential candidates and retirees

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videoWith the presidential election only months away, some people still don't know who they are voting for. But, there are several key issues that will impact many people's choice in our area. Full story...
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Debate on offshore drilling continues

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videoWith the price of gas at an all time high, people are looking to Washington for a solution. In the U.S. alone, we consume nearly 21 million barrels of oil in a given day. To help alleviate the problem, President Bush has proposed lifting the offshore drilling ban for oil and natural gas. Full story...
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What it takes to identify human remains

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videoNew developments this week in the case of the human remains found off of Carolina Beach Road back in April. Wilmington police released a sketch of a man wanted for questioning in the case, but tonight, we are still waiting for DNA results that show who the victims are. Full story...
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Progress Energy announces plan to keep tritium out of ground water

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Progress Energy announced today a new plan to keep tritium out of ground water near their Brunswick County nuclear plant. Full story...
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Smoking ban near entrances of state buildings

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videoThe state senate wants to tighten tobacco restrictions on state owned property. The senate has approved bills that ban smoking within 25 feet of entrances to state buildings. Full story...
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Renovations complete on community arts center

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Renovations to the Community Arts Building downtown are complete. Full story...
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