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Archive - Nov 17, 2008

Thirty-six apply for Wilmington City Council seat

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Thirty-six people applied for Jason Thompson's Wilmington City Council seat. Full story...
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Property crime a growing issue in Brunswick County

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videoProperty crime is a growing issue for law enforcement in Brunswick County. Officials say the driving forces behind the problem are our struggling economy, and an increasing drug problem. Full story...
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Columbus County student allegedly assaulted by teacher

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videoA Columbus County dad is sticking by his nine year old son. He said he was allegedly assaulted by his fourth grade teacher. Full story...
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Wilmington man finds dream job

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videoA couple of weeks ago News Channel 3 reported that national unemployment numbers were at a 15 year high, and locally we were seeing a similar trend. We met one Wilmington man who had recently lost his job and was searching for another. Full story...
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Brigade Boys and Girls Club hires a new director

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Jeffery Green is currently the Transylvania County Boys and Girls Club Executive Director. He will be Wilmington's Director starting December 1, 2008. Full story...
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Update on Food Lion gift cards

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There has been an update on the Food Lion gift cards given out by Reaching Hearts Ministry on Saturday. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Team wins national award

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Beach-goers in our area can feel secure that we have some of the best lifeguards around. In fact, the Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Team has a national award that says so. Full story...
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Man shocked with Taser dies of excited delirium

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An autopsy has concluded that a North Carolina man who was shocked with a Taser died of excited delirium. Full story...
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NC city fining campaigns for leftover signs

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Political candidates are being held responsible for leftover campaign signs found on public property along roads and sidewalks in one North Carolina city. Full story...
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NC public university to repay lenders

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A public university in Winston-Salem says it will repay the government and lenders more than $1 million for loans and grants given to ineligible students. Full story...
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Golden Corral restaurants thanks vets with a meal

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Golden Corral restaurants across the United States will thank veterans with a free meal. Full story...
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Magazine names NC inn among top hotels in America

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A 15-room inn in the Smokies has been named one of the top 100 hotels by a leading travel magazine. Full story...
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House fire on Church Street late Saturday night

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A Wilmington family is trying to put their lives back together after their home caught fire late Saturday night. Full story...
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A local ministry causes some confusion around gift cards

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Reaching Hearts Ministry handed out hundreds of $10 Food Lion gift cards to single mothers, homeless women and female prison inmates Saturday. But when the recipients went to use the cards, there was no money on them. Full story...
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Water shut down for some local residents Tuesday

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Tomorrow, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will shut down water for all residents west of 1-40, to include Shearin Hills subdivisions and Blossom Ferry Road. Full story...
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