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St. Mary Catholic School expands facilities

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Middle school students at the downtown St. Mary Catholic School returned to expanded facilities Monday. With grants from the PPD corporation and other private donors, the school renovated the second floor of its historic Tileston building. Full story...
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Tips for keeping safe from crime

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Downtown is known for its restaurants, shops and bars -- but there are also some hidden dangers. In fact, there are three crimes that can happen to anyone - any time of day. Full story...
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Police urge extra caution when driving through school zones

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With school back in session we need to remember to be extra careful driving through those school zones. Full story...
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Racist fliers put school, community on edge

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videoTension was high for the first day of school in Columbus County. It began yesterday when residents in the Town of Evergreen woke up to fliers all over their neighborhoods -- fliers claiming to be from the Ku Klux Klan. With the start of school in Columbus County, many people were concerned about what the day would bring. This after hateful, racist fliers geared towards local schools were found all over the Town of Evergreen Sunday. Full story...
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Neighborhood receives hate messages

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videoResidents woke up to hateful fliers all over their neighborhood in Evergreen Sunday. The fliers claimed to be from the Ku Klux Klan. Angela Hicks was in disbelief to see the fliers. She said, "They were in the road, they were in the yard, all over, you couldn't miss them." Full story...
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Teachers prepare for start of school

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Local teachers used Sunday to prepare before the start of school on Monday. Full story...
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Local union donates school supplies

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The start of school is right around the corner and some local students can't afford new school supplies. That's why the local International Longshoreman's Association sponsored Family Fun and Friends Day at the union hall in Wilmington Saturday. Full story...
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Men walk in heels to raise awareness and money

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They could wear them or hold them, but participants of "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" had to have a pair on women's shoes on them. Full story...
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Girlfriend of murder victim arrested on drug charges

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The girlfriend of a man found shot in his home last week is facing drug charges. New Hanover County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Andrea Wood on marijuana charges. Her boyfriend Geoffrey Graham was murdered August 17. Full story...
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Local man bikes cross-country

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Twenty-four-year-old Brian Foster decided to ride his bike from Astoria, Oregon to Wrightsville Beach. He had a tent and sleeping mat with him and stopped at camp grounds to sleep. Full story...
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Lack of rain hurts crops, livestock

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Because of all the dry weather cattle farmers in the region are having trouble producing enough hay to feed their herds. They say if they can't solve this problem soon, they may loose their herds altogether. Full story...
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Some Ogden Elementary students to attend class in trailers

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New Hanover County schools start Monday, and some classes won't be held in classrooms at all. The brand new Ogden Elementary School cost $15 million. Still, some classes will be held in trailers outside of the school. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of e-card virus

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videoNorth Carolina's attorney general is warning computer users not to fall victim to e-mail greeting card scams. They can lead to identity theft and possibly disable your computer. It looks like a legitimate e-mail in your inbox -- an e-mail greeting card. But watch out. Full story...
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Wilmington residents react to $220,000 salary study

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videoMany Wilmington residents want to know why the City is spending $220,000 on a study of City employee salaries. The City wants to compare the salaries of Wilmington employees with those of their counterparts in other cities, and judging by the comments on our website, viewers have plenty to say. Full story...
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Chemists test Winnabow drinking water near private junkyard

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videoChemists were in Winnabow Thursday to test the drinking water of residents who live near a private junkyard. There are concerns about seeping chemicals. Three drinking wells were tested at homes surrounding Phillip Rivers's property. His land was deemed a junkyard by a Brunswick County judge in March. Full story...
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