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New Hanover County assistant county manager retiring to become minister

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videoAfter 35 years of public service New Hanover County's assistant county manager is stepping down. Pat Melvin has spent her entire adult life serving in the New Hanover County government. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board faces another lawsuit

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Another set of parents are suing the Brunswick County School Board. This suit marks the third filed by parents. Once again, having to do with sexual misconduct between a school employee and a student. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Injured woman can't terminate gym membership

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videoIf you haven't dealt with this problem yourself, you probably know someone who has: getting stuck with a gym membership you can't use. Frances Covington says even after a debilitating foot injury she couldn't get out of her membership at a Wilmington martial arts center. Full story...
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Plant expansion brings jobs to Brunswick County

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More than two dozen new jobs will be coming to Brunswick County with the expansion of a fiber and resin plant in Leland. Dak Americas is a major producer of soft drink bottles, thermoforming and heat set containers. Full story...
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Bradley Creek Elementary receives grant

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Progress Energy donated $30,000 to a Chamber of Commerce program that gives money to teacher scholarships. This year's recipient was Ann Lineberry, physical education teacher at Bradley Creek Elementary. Full story...
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Leland preparing sewer system for rapid growth

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The rapidly growing town of Leland is trying to make sure it can keep up with rapidly increasing sewer demand. A meeting will be held Thursday night outlining ways to do that. Full story...
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Human remains found in Pender County

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videoProgress Energy crews working at a construction site in Pender County have made a startling discovery: human remains. The sheriff's office says an employee was digging for electrical cables on a site off Sloop Point Road when he found a human skull. Full story...
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Delair speaks out about financial troubles

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videoWilmington City Council woman Pat Delair speaks out about her financial troubles and recent criticism that she may be unfit to be a city leader. Full story...
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Home renovations on the rise

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videoWith the popularity of home improvement shows like "Extreme Makeover," and "Trading Spaces," home remodeling has become a national trend. It has also become a financial fallback position for families in Wilmington's turbulent housing market. Full story...
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Brunswick County working to eliminate flooding problems

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videoBrunswick County Emergency Management is working to get rid of flooding problems in the county. They're doing it through new technology that detects rains levels. Full story...
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WPD officer hit with own bullet

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A Wilmington Police officer was wounded Tuesday morning, hit by his own bullet. Investigators say the officer was training at the firing range when he got hit in the arm with a bullet fragment. Full story...
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Parents concerned about busy intersection

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Some Brunswick County parents are very concerned about a busy intersection near their children's school. There has already been one fatal accident at the crossroads. Residents fear it'll happen again. Full story...
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City, county to add Cape Fear Utility Authority jobs

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Wilmington City Council meets Tuesday night. One item on the agenda is approving nearly $1 million to help fix the troubled sewer system. City Council will approve the funds to go to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. The organization is a merger between the city and county water and sewer. The money will go to help with start up costs. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Holden Beach Pier

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videoGil Bass says with a name like his owning a fishing pier was his destiny. Bass has run the pier for the last three decades, watching many of the same people return year after year. Full story...
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New task force to tackle parking downtown

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A new task force is tackling a problem issue that has been plaguing locals. The focus is providing adequate parking in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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