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Some business owners worried about water restrictions

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The average Wilmington resident uses 138 gallons of water a day. Because of the drought mandatory water restrictions are in place, but some business owners are worried about the effect. The fountains are dry, some hoses are off and the leaves show it. Mandatory water restrictions in Wilmington have garden center owners like Tom Ericson worried they'll lose business. Full story...
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Historic building center of controversy in Burgaw

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An 83-year-old building is the center of controversy in Pender County. The old jail has been owned by the Downtown Burgaw Association for eight years, but that may not be the case much longer. Full story...
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WPD arrests alleged Taco Bell robber

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Wilmington police have arrested a man for last month's armed robbery of the Taco Bell on college road. Full story...
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Web site rates local hospitals

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videoIf you suffered from a heart attack, stroke or any other life threatening condition wouldn't you like to be treated in the best hospital around? Now it's easier than ever to find out which hospitals have the best facilities to treat your specific condition. Full story...
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Only 10 percent of domestic violence cases reported

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videoStatistics show only about 10 percent of domestic violence cases are reported each year. The ones that do get reported are often the toughest to prosecute in a court of law. Full story...
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TroubleShooters: Restoring historic homes

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videoIn last week's TroubleShooters report we profiled Brian Moeller, who wasn't happy with the historic home he bought in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington water conservation mandatory

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On Monday Gov. Mike Easley called on towns and counties across the state to help save water. Wednesday night Wilmington City Council unanimously passed a resolution upping Wilmington's conservation efforts from voluntary to mandatory -- effective immediately. Full story...
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Blackbeard's cannon on display

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videoA 300-year old cannon believed to be linked to the notorious pirate Blackbeard was on display to the public -- but not for long. Full story...
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Shallotte Middle School called unsafe, superintendent responds

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Brunswick County school district Superintendent Katie McGee is responding to published reports she says imply that Shallotte Middle School is unsafe. Full story...
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Brunswick County Sheriff's Office still under investigation

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It's been four months since the US Attorney's Office handed down subpoenas to some deputies at the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office. Full story...
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N.C. Holiday Flotilla coming up

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The North Carolina Holiday Flotilla has entertained visitors in the waters around Wrightsville Beach for nearly 25 years. The event is a little over a month away and now is the time to sign up to be a part of it. Full story...
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Wilmington municipal results official

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The results of last week's Wilmington municipal elections are official. New Hanover County Board of Elections officials canvassed the votes Tuesday, taking a look at the final numbers. Full story...
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Sen. Dole discusses immigration at Carolina Beach

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videoIllegal immigration brought Sen. Elizabeth Dole to Carolina Beach Tuesday. She was there to discuss a new program for law enforcement. Full story...
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Public schools need community help

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Our public schools need the community's help to achieve excellence. That was the message Tuesday morning at a State of the Schools forum hosted by the Greater Wilmington Chamber Foundation. Full story...
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Military Cutoff construction delayed again

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Military Cutoff Road construction will be delayed another week longer than the DOT's last estimate. Now the goal is November 19. Full story...
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