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Archive - Nov 27, 2007

Pender County principal awarded

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videoOne Pender County principal is being recognized for her outstanding efforts in the school system. So outstanding, that she is awarded principal of the year. Full story...
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IDs to be mandatory for New Hanover County middle school students

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videoNew Hanover County middle schools will soon have a new safety precaution in place: mandatory student IDs. Full story...
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Nurses volunteer at NHRMC

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videoThe demand for nurses is a growing problem across the country. New Hanover Regional Medical Center has one way of bucking the trend. Full story...
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Search continues for elderly Pender County man

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David Pate has been missing for more than a week. He was last seen walking along Highway 4-21. It was believed he was hitchhiking to Wilmington to find a job. Full story...
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Whiteville teen missing

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videoA 14-year-old Whiteville boy has been missing for more than a week. Police are concerned this may be more than a typical runaway case. The last time anyone saw Rashad Dalemez Jones was last Monday, after he told his grandmother he was going for a bike ride. Full story...
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Lawyer: Community colleges must admit eligible illegal immigrants

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North Carolina's community colleges must accept illegal immigrants as long as they are 18 years old and high school graduates. Full story...
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Man jailed for selling pain pills

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A man police say was trafficking large amounts of prescription pain pills in Whiteville. Full story...
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Troopers issue 50,000 tickets during statewide speeding crackdown

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More than 50,000 motorists were ticketed during a weeklong, statewide crackdown on speeders by the North Carolina Highway Patrol. Full story...
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Wake County man charged in five unsolved murders

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A man released from prison last year has been charged with five shooting deaths in Wake County. Full story...
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Chapel Hill may finance local political campaigns

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Officials in Chapel Hill are considering whether to adopt a public financing program for local elections. Full story...
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