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Archive - Oct 20, 2008

Wilmington's Parks and Rec Department plans for future

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videoOn any given day, at any give hour, you can find countless people on Wilmington's walking trails, tennis courts, and other facilities maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department. Department leaders are creating a Master Plan for 2009-2014 and held their first public input meeting Monday night. Full story...
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Bruce Cavenaugh lays off employees

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videoPrices weren't the only thing being slashed at a Wilmington car dealership today. 18 employees lost their job at Bruce Cavenaugh Automart on Market Street Monday. Full story...
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Columbus County Inmate follow-up

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videoColumbus County residents can now rest easy, knowing escaped inmate Archie Funderburk is back behind bars. Full story...
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Handling the date rape issue

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videoStatistics show out of every 10,000 females, 350 are the victims of date rape. It is a crime that is under reported, which means the number may actually be higher. Full story...
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One stop voting began Monday

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People in our area are wasting no time heading to the polls. At the New Hanover County Senior Center, many voters said they waited in line for more than a half hour to cast their ballot. Full story...
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City council moving further on 3 day wait period law

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The Wilmington City Council is moving forward with its attempt to get rid of the 3 day wait law for private clubs. Full story...
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Alzheimer's stamp being released

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The U.S. Postal Service is doing its part to help raise awareness about Alzheimer’s. Full story...
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Tires slashed at Obama rally

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Someone apparently does not like the attention Senator Obama is getting.

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Police Department adding technology to help catch criminals

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There is some good news coming out of the Wilmington Police Department Monday. Full story...
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Wilmington police officer still in hospital

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The condition of a Wilmington police officer involved in a weekend car accident has been upgraded. Officer C.A. Greer is in good condition Monday after spending much of the weekend in stable condition. Full story...
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North Carolina Oyster Festival last weekend

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videoWet weather and a scare at a Brunswick County seafood company did not keep oyster lovers from the 28th annual Oyster Festival over the Weekend. Full story...
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Teaching positions becoming harder to get

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videoWith the economy sagging there are many people looking for jobs, and many of those are turning to teaching. New Hanover and Brunswick County schools have so many applicants they are actually turning people away. Full story...
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