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Archive - Oct 3, 2008

$700 billion rescue plan bill passed

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Congress has passed the $700 billion financial industry rescue plan. President Bush wasted no time signing it into law. Full story...
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Other options for obtaining a loan

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videoThe current state of the economy has banks tightening up their restrictions on issuing loans. This means it may be more difficult for you to get a loan, but do not give up there are other ways. Full story...
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Georgia-Pacific plant laying off 400 employees

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videoThe Georgia-Pacific Lumber and Plywood Plant in Whiteville has announced it will be laying off 400 employees. The news is not good, and obviously has Whiteville residents concerned. Full story...
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Factors in your credit score

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Many people may not know what their credit score is. Some do not have any credit at all. But as we have seen, in the American economy, credit makes the world go round. Full story...
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Fayetteville soldier stabbed to death

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The husband of a Fayetteville soldier found stabbed to death near her home has been arrested in connection to her death. Full story...
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Bruce Cavenaugh donates Disabled American Veteran's van

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The newest Disabled American Veteran's van was dedicated at the Bruce Cavenaugh Superstore. It will be used to take disabled and sick veterans to their doctor’s appointments. Full story...
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New Hanover County Library book sale

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If you are looking to grow your library without shrinking your budget, the New Hanover County Library is holding a used book sale this weekend. Full story...
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Congressman McIntyre votes 'no' on rescue plan

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Congressman Mike McIntyre was one of the critics that said the final bill contained too many unnecessary ‘pork projects’. He released a statement after voting no on the rescue plan, stating the bill was unsatisfactory in four ways:

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Fewer NC students pass end-of-year reading test

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NC man indicted on 33 counts of securities fraud

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