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Residents looking to close public beach access

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A pathway to the beach is the focus of a major controversy for some Wrightsville Beach residents. Full story...
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Finding a healthy balance for school lunches

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Packing lunches for your kids can often be tricky. You want them to be healthy, but you also want them to eat what you pack. Experts say most kids actually like healthy food. It just needs to be prepared the right way. Full story...
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Wilmington man's architectural work honored

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A Wilmington man who made his mark on the architecture world was honored Friday. A ceremony at the Bellamy Mansion revealed a highway historical marker named for Robert R. Taylor. Full story...
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Local high school student writes children's book

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Seventeen-year-old Carolyn Goodin seems like most high school kids. The Trask High School senior likes hanging out with friends and is studying for her SATs. You can also add author and illustrator to her list of accomplishments. Full story...
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Brunswick County superintendent responds to third lawsuit

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The Brunswick County superintendent is responding to a third lawsuit filed against the school system. Earlier this week parents of a former South Brunswick High student filed a lawsuit against the school system after their son was sexually molested by a janitor. Full story...
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UNCW competing in annual blood challenge

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UNCW is competing with other schools in the Colonial Athletic Association Monday in something a little bigger than sports. Full story...
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Local companies could bring new jobs to area

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Two local companies could bring nearly one-thousand new jobs to the area. New Hanover County commissioner Nancy Pritchett says negotiations are still in the talking stages, but the county is offering $13 million in incentives to GE-Hitachi and Invista to expand. Full story...
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Local property foreclosures on the rise

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More and more local homeowners are falling behind on their mortgage payments. And that's led to a surge in the number of property foreclosures. It's no secret the real estate market has softened. But this is the first time in years that there's been an increase in the number of foreclosures in our area. Full story...
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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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