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Archive - Oct 2008

Edgar Allan Poe comes to life

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Some middle school students got a visit from a post-mortem poet Thursday. Full story...
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Voters battling long lines at early voting

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videoIt is five days until Election Day, but many North Carolinians aren't waiting until Tuesday. Full story...
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Negotiations continue for new port

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The state of the economy may have one of the Ports Authority's private partners for the international terminal in Southport thinking twice. Full story...
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NHC confirms budget cutbacks for schools

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The economy has the attention of the New Hanover County school system as well. Full story...
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College and Oleander intersection proposal changes

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A change of plans is in order for Wilmington's busiest intersection. Full story...
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Market and 10th Street crash

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There was a bit of a traffic tie-up late Thursday morning on Market Street. Full story...
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Brunswick County Commissioner candidates talk growth

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videoAs Election Day nears, there are many issues that will likely be considered before choosing a candidate.

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NC Shrine Bowl Football Roster Announced

40 high school seniors from North Carolina were selected today to play in the 72nd Annual NC-SC football game that will be played in Spartanburg, SC on December 20. Two players from SE North Carolina were chosen. Donte Moss ( Jacksonville Northside ) and Pat Worley ( South Columbus ). Full story...

Audit: Mary Easley travel expenses 'unreasonable'

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North Carolina's top auditor says first lady Mary Easley's overseas travel incurred "unreasonable and excessive expenses" paid for by taxpayers. Full story...
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NC homeowner powers campaign sign to prevent theft

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Shawn Turschak of Chapel Hill was tired of someone stealing McCain-Palin campaign signs from his yard. Full story...
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