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NCGOP picks Wilmington for 2011 convention

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Get ready for a Grand Old Party in the Port City. Yesterday the North Carolina Republican Party announced it has chosen the Wilmington Convention Center to host its state convention next summer. Full story...
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Nature Conservancy plans burns in the Southeast Coastal Plain

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Longleaf pine need regular fire to survive and thrive. So do carnivorous plants like venus flytraps and pitcher plants. In fact, many of the southeast coastal plain’s most important residents are fire dependent. That's why The Nature Conservancy will once again be conducting burns at its coastal preserves during the winter and early spring months. Full story...
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NC Utility Savings Initiative Saves Taxpayers $55.3 Million in Last Year

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North Carolina's Utility Savings Initiative saved the state's taxpayers more than $55.3 million in utility costs in the last fiscal year and avoided emitting more than 164,886 metric tons of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere, according to a report issued recently by the North Carolina Energy Office. Full story...
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Carolina Beach plans water interruptions next week

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Water service from Scotch Bonnet Lane through the 1800 block of both Carolina Beach Ave. N and Canal Dr., and in the vicinity Florida Ave., Georgia Ave. and Virginia Ave. will experience temporary water outages between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the week of Jan. 3 through Jan. 7, 2011. Full story...
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Last call coming for Leland bar

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video Come New Year's Day JW's Place will close up shop for good. Regulars say this place is so much more than a bar. They say it's a bar where they made great friends and great memories. Full story...
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Laney advances to finals of the Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament

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The undefeated Bucs knocked off the Hoggard Vikings Tuesday night at Trask Coliseum. Laney will advance to Thursday's championship game. Full story...
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Columbus deputies investigate Christmas hit & run death

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video Investigators in Columbus County are one step closer to finding out who killed a Cerro Gordo man over the holiday weekend. The body of 27-year-old Michael Strickland was found Christmas morning just feet away from Cedar Grove Church Road. Full story...
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New first-class stamps are 'forever'

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Beginning in January, all new postage stamps good for one ounce of first-class mail will be marked as "forever." The US Postal Service is doing away with issuing first-class stamps with denominations. Full story...
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NCDOT: Most roads across state clear

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Today, all primary and most secondary roads in the state’s 100 counties are clear. Conditions are improving as temperature rise; however, motorists are still urged to use caution because of icy patches. Full story...
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Winnabow man saves pets, loses home to fire

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video Junior Wheeler has no place to stay tonight. His home on Dove Haven Road in Winnabow caught fire Tuesday around 1 a.m. leaving memories still smoking hours later. Full story...
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