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Coty buys nail polish maker

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Cosmetic maker Coty may be shutting down its plant in Rocky Point next summer, but that doesn't mean the company is scaling back all its operations. Full story...
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Report: North Carolinians have highest credit card debt in continental US

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According to a report released by TransUnion this morning. North Carolina as a state, has the highest credit card debt ($5,640) in the continental U.S. Only Alaska ($7,159) and Hawaii ($5,716) have more. Full story...
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UPDATE: Southeastern Center runs out of state funds; Responds via news release

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The Southeastern Center for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services spent all of it's state funds. Now new patients have no where to turn. The center is supposed to provide help for those in need, but now it's causing more problems for it's patients and other local agencies. Full story...
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CFPUA shutting down water line around 5th Street and Cornelius Harnett Drive

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On Wednesday, December 1st, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will be facilitating the shut-down of a water line in the area of 5th Street and Cornelius Harnett Drive at a location between Sweeney and the MLK Parkway. Full story...
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Congressman McIntyre now has official Twitter account

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Rep. Mike McIntyre announced that he has an official U.S. House of Representatives Twitter account... Full story...
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Retailers hope Cyber Monday keeps shoppers buying

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Retailers are hoping to cash in on Cyber Monday, one of the biggest days for Internet commerce, after strong weekend online sales. Full story...
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WH Official: Obama to freeze pay for federal workers

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A White House official says President Barack Obama will announce a pay freeze for federal employees Monday. Full story...
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Wall Street Journal profiles Hamstead man & former 9/11 worker who may not get health coverage

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One of the 325 claimants rejected by the judge is Richard Dambakly, a former employee of Verizon - reports the Wall Street Journal. The 49-year-old father of five was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2002, after he says he spent months working in and around the disaster site. Mr. Dambakly now lives in Hampstead, N.C., and says his cancer has been in remission for several years. Full story...
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CFPUA flushing water lines this week

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It’s that time of year when Cape Fear Public Utility Authority crews perform system flushing to improve water quality in our service area. Full story...
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Attorney General offers online shopping tips

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North Carolina's attorney general says shoppers need to be vigilant whether they are buying gifts in the store or online. Full story...
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