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CFPUA crews are finishing up repairs after a water main broke around noon on N. 23 Street between Shirley Road and Princess Place. Full story...
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It is coming down to the final hours of the final weekend of the Cape Fear Fair & Expo. While fair fans still have a few hours to enjoy the delicious fried delights, fun rides and games, come tonight at eleven, the fair will close until next year. Full story...
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Cub scouts with Wesley United Methodist Church collected food this weekend to donate to several Winter Park Elementary School students who spend most weekends hungry. Full story...
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Science surrounds us every day, and the City of Wilmington Parks and Recreation department wants kids to explore it. Full story...
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A week after they marched through the streets following the same path government leaders took during the race riots of 1898, church leaders and members of the community joined together at the Central Missionary Baptist Church in Wilmington. Full story...
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The high school football regular season is complete. On Friday we had highlights on the 5th Quarter from Whiteville-South Columbus, East Bladen-West Bladen, East Columbus-West Columbus, New Hanover-Topsail, West Brunswick-Ashley, Hoggard-South Brunswick, North Brunswick-East Duplin and Trask-Pender. In fact we had postgame reaction from Trask's first victory of the season and postgame reaction from the South Columbus win over Whiteville. Full story...
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Ex-Marines Dustin and Andrea Bestul say spending a lot of time overseas in third world countries exposed them to idea of adopting. The family of eight adopted three kids from Ethiopia a few years back. Full story...
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Wilmington couple is homeless after a fire destroyed their house. Firefighters say the blaze started just before 11:30 a.m. at the Abbington Terrace home. Full story...
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A pair of Wilmington schools are among the leaders in a nationwide vote to award 20 schools a share of a $500,000 prize. U.S. Cellular says Williston Middle School and Sunset Park Elementary School are in the top 25 for the company's Calling All Communities campaign. Full story...
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New Hanover County and the City of Wilmington want public input on creating an economic development strategy. The city and county have partnered with Garner Economics, LLC to work on the plan. Full story...
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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says a two-week investigation led them to raid the apartment of an alleged drug dealer near UNCW Wednesday afternoon. Investigators say they found several guns, heroin and marijuana in Kenneth Jermain Greene's home at Seahawk Square Apartments. Full story...
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