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Archive - Nov 2007

N.C. unemployment rate falls to 4.8 percent

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North Carolina's unemployment rate went down to 4.8 percent in October. Full story...
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Airlie Gardens celebrates the holidays

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If you're looking for a special way to kick off the holiday season, enchanted Airlie may be the perfect event for you. Full story...
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Highway Patrol watching for speeders

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The Highway Patrol is reminding drivers their speed will be closely monitored by troopers in cars and aircraft during the Thanksgiving holiday. Full story...
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Proposed federal rule for school bus seat belts, safety

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U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters is proposing new rules that would allow school districts to use federal highway safety funds to equip school buses with seat belts. Full story...
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Contaminated Camp Lejeune water supply explained

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videoMore than 75,000 Marines and their families were exposed to toxic tap water that contained the chemicals TCE and PCE. But what exactly are those chemicals? Full story...
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Riegelwood pays respects to tornado victims

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videoSunday the community of Riegelwood paid their respects to the victims of last year's deadly tornado. Residents came together with a special church service for the people who lost family members on November 16, 2006. Full story...
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Emeril's Mashed Sweet Potatoes

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Gospel Explosion at Wilmington Church

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Organizers said they put the event on to help raise money for the church and to save souls. Full story...
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'We Need to Show Respect'

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Thanks to one Laney High School senior, the Wilmington Police Department is nearly $2000 closer to building a memorial wall outside its headquarters. Full story...
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Local bikers deliver toys to needy children

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Santa Claus may have some competition from area bikers this year. Full story...
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Broccoli Cheese Casserole

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Jennette Family Dressing

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Ashley High senior battles beach pollution

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Teenagers put on their rubber gloves and spent their Saturday morning digging for trash and cigarette butts in the sand. Full story...
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Art for the Masses in downtown Wilmington

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More than one hundred regional artists showcased their work on Second Street in Wilmington. Artists brought their work and sold it for $250 or less. Full story...
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Turkey or Ham?

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Ah, Thanksgiving. Most of us know it as 'turkey day.' But it turns out turkey isn't the only meat on many-a-Thanksgiving table. Full story...
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