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The job market is tough, especially as you come out of college to start your career. At UNCW today students got a look at possible jobs and how the way to find jobs is changing. Full story...
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After nearly two and a half years of construction the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Wilmington is open for business, as is a street blocked for during its construction. Full story...
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Citing concerns from a single property owner, the Coastal Resources Commission at its meeting Wednesday denied a request from Carolina Beach to extend the boardwalk as part of a larger revitalization project. Full story...
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A Brunswick County woman and her daughter got quite the surprise for mom's birthday earlier this week. Full story...
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A trip to the aquarium will cost more starting this weekend. The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, which runs the state's three aquariums, including the one at Forst Fisher, says fees will increase by a about $3 starting Saturday. Full story...
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Former New Hanover County Manager Bruce Shell says he will run for a seat on the New Hanover County School Board. "I'm retired now. I have the time and wanted to give something back to the community," Shell said. "I believe there is probably no greater influence on a future than through education." Full story...
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Jay Ross will be named the head football coach of the Wilmington Tigers on Friday. Round two of the high school basketball state playoffs will tip off on Wednesday. That'll also be "Senior Night" at UNCW for basketball. The CAA Swim Championship begins Wednesday too. Plus more! Full story...
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After a summer of violence Wilmington City Leaders decided a community effort was needed to try and end gang violence, but after six meetings in four months some are asking when we are going to start seeing results. Full story...
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Mrs. Shari Peacock prides herself in the long-lasting relationships she keeps with students and says they've taught her important lessons. Full story...
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A policy Wilmington City Council approved without discussion in November will limit the amount of benefits an employee can get if they are hurt on the job. Some city workers are fired up, because they say nobody told them about the change. Full story...
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A trip to jail is not a visit to a luxury hotel, but there is a basic expectation of safety and health conditions. For months, though, we've heard complaints about problems inside the Bladen County Jail, and they're not just from inmates. They're also coming from state regulators. Full story...
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