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Archive - Oct 2008

Art becoming a tool for learning

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videoUsing art as a tool for learning is not a new idea, but school officials in Brunswick County want to see more of it, not just in art class, but throughout the school curriculum. Full story...
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A different way to vote

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There is a voting option in North Carolina to keep in mind when heading to the polls. You have the option of voting for a straight party ticket but that does not include your vote for President. Full story...
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Lumber truck driver had revoked license

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Beware of some debris on Highway 421 from the lumber truck that flipped over Tuesday afternoon. Full story...
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Wilmington Box Company expanding

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It was a tough day on Wall Street, but we do have an economic glimmer of hope on the local scale tonight. Full story...
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Marine biotechnololgy looking to expand jobs

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Marine biotechnology may be where the jobs are for the future. Full story...
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CFCC Health and Wellness Fair

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Students at Cape Fear Community College wanted to make sure Wednesday that their annual community health fair took place at the campus in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Update on unfinished construction job

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Linda Kasyan hired Brian Duffy to build a sunroom for her. After she had already paid him thousands of dollars, she found out he never got a permit and the work he had started did not pass code. Full story...
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Final school redistricting meeting held Tuesday

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With just one redistricting option left on the table, last night's New Hanover school board hearing would have been a low key affair, but it was not. Full story...
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James Taylor concert enjoyed by all

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videoA gorgeous night, an intimate setting and James Taylor; not a bad way to go if you were one of the 900 ticket holders at Greenfield Park Amphitheater Tuesday night for a concert with a mission. Full story...
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Four local high school bands showcased their talents Tuesday night

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videoThe Ashley High School band, the Laney band, the New Hanover band and Hoggard all performed Tuesday evening at Hoggard High School. It was the 12th Annual Marching Band Showcase. Full story...
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Two workers charged with stealing from NC Fair

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Two employees taking tickets at the North Carolina State Fair have been charged with embezzlement. Full story...
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White House Christmas tree again comes from NC

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A tree farm in the northwestern corner of North Carolina now knows which tree the White House wants for President Bush's final Christmas in office. Full story...
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McCrory highlights Democratic support

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Republican Pat McCrory says he's been elected mayor seven times in Charlotte with help from Democratic voters. Full story...
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Libertarian presidential candidate to visit NC

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Libertarian Party candidate for president Bob Barr will visit North Carolina next week. The former Georgia congressman will visit two Triangle universities Tuesday. Full story...
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Gateway Project rezoning approved

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videoWilmington's city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve rezoning land to move forward with the Gateway Project. Full story...
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