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Archive - Nov 2008

Flotilla endures rainy weather

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videoThe North Carolina Holiday Flotilla began 25 years ago in an attempt to bring people to the beach in the winter time. According to the original flotilla president Martha Lee, it's been a success. Full story...
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Oyster roast cures leftover blues

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videoIf you're tired of coming up with ways to use leftover turkey, one area chef says he has just the solution by putting the turkey on hold to enjoy what makes living on the coast a plus, by eating seafood. Full story...
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Hurricane season wraps up as second most destructive on record

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videoHurricane season may have been quiet around here, but it was actually a very active season. With $54 billion in damage, it was the second most destructive season on record behind only the 2005 season. Full story...
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Local charities benefit from local craft fair

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Finding ways to stay dry was a benefit for business at a Wilmington craft fair Saturday. The 9th Annual Saint Mark's Craft Fair had more than 30 craft vendors with unique products and gifts. It was the spot for some peaceful shopping the day after Black Friday. Full story...
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New form of identification required at port

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videoStarting Friday, everyone who enters the Port of Wilmington unescorted is required to show a a new form of identification as part of a nationwide port security program. Full story...
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Black Friday

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Black Friday is considered the biggest sales day for retailers and shoppers too. Hundreds of people started the day early looking for bargains, despite our sluggish economy. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Update on Oak Island's finances

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This week’s Troubleshooters Report is an update on the Town of Oak Island's finances. The town has a number of major capital improvement projects in the works. Full story...
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Man shot by Fayetteville police officer dies

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A Fayetteville police officer has shot and killed a man and state police are investigating. Full story...
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