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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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Port security main topic at special session

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The Security Training Exercise Program brought state, local and federal agencies together to evaluate security problems and solutions at the port. Full story...
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Former Town and Country Motel site subject of arbitration

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videoThe fate of a prominent piece of property in downtown Belville was the subject of debate in federal court Monday. Full story...
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Injured soccer star remains integral part of UNCW team

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videoPatterson started at left back for the nationally ranked Seahawks as a freshman and was an all-conference rookie. At the beginning of his sophomore year he collided with another player and suffered a concussion. The injury ended his career. Full story...
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Students learn about nation's history on Constitution Day

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videoMonday is Constitution Day and students nationwide are learning about our nation's history. Full story...
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