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NC justices hearing arguments in same-sex adoption

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The state Supreme Court scheduled a hearing Wednesday on lawsuits involving current state Sen. Julia Boseman of Wilmington and her former domestic partner. Full story...
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Pooch pool day at Legion Stadium

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It was one hot pooch pool party in Wilmington. Dogs got the chance to enjoy some end of summer fun. Full story...
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Hampstead golf course up for auction

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An area golf course maybe in the rough. According to public records the Olde Point Golf Club in Hampstead is set for foreclosure sale September 15. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: BBB warns Treasure Hunter Roadshow could be pirates for your possessions

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videoMany of us probably have antiques or jewelry collecting dust in the attic. Trading them in for money sounds like a smart idea, especially in a rough economy, but be careful. A traveling antique company in Wilmington this week may be ripping people off. Full story...
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City drops contempt motion against Dudley Mansion owners

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videoThe owner of the Dudley Mansion was scheduled for court today, but the City of Wilmington has reconsidered a motion claiming the owner was in contempt of court. Full story...
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Neighbors say domestic trouble may have led to double murder-suicide

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videoA small community in Brunswick County is in mourning after three people died there over the weekend in an apparent double murder-suicide. It happened around 9 p.m. Saturday. Full story...
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Security Savings Bank signs consent order with FDIC

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Federal banking regulators want Southport-based Security Savings Bank to raise capital and clean up its lending practices - reports the Triangle Business Journal. Full story...
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Wetland Planting & Community Clean Water Day at Bradley Creek Elementary School

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On Wednesday September 8, third-grade students at Bradley Creek Elementary School will trade pencils and paper for shovels and rakes to plant a new stormwater wetland at the school. Community volunteers and parents will join the students between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 8, to plant native grasses, flowers, shrubs and trees in the large stormwater wetland. Full story...
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15 charged with DWI in Brunswick County over holiday weekend

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The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team hosted three checking stations in the southern part of the county this past Labor Day weekend. Full story...
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DNC Chairman says McIntyre running away from being a Democrat

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On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace asked Tim Kaine, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, about Democrats running away from the Democratic Party. Full story...
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