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Archive - May 28, 2007

Wilmington remembers fallen heroes

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Wilmington honored the men and women who gave their lives in the armed services today at the National Ceremony. Full story...
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Summer dangerous season for teen drivers

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Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer -- a season that local law enforcement says is a dangerous time for teens on our roads. Full story...
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Duplin County Schools in session

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Memorial Day is a day of remembrance and while most had the day off to reflect, many in Duplin County celebrated the day like any other. Full story...
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Empty patrol cars slow down speeders

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Highway Patrol parks empty patrol cars on highways to act as a deterrent. Full story...
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Holiday weekend boater safety

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With the hot weather over the weekend, many people in our area took to the water to have a good time, but along with the fun were some problems. The Coast Guard at Wrightsville Beach say even though hundreds of boats were out on the water this weekend, everybody was pretty safe. Full story...
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Bell Tower Glows for More Than Just Veterans

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The NC State men's basketball squad is getting the same honor as troops killed in war. Some critics say that's sending the wrong message. Full story...
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Prince William tall ship visits Wilmington

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A tall ship named after a British prince is docked in Wilmington. The Prince William will dock in the port city before heading to Norfolk, Virginia, on Thursday. It's 195 feet long with two masts and has sails that could cover eight tennis courts. Full story...
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