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Archive - Dec 1, 2008

Air Force One Museum may call Wilmington home

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videoHow would you like to tour Air Force One right here in Wilmington? City, state and federal government officials are now one step closer to making that a reality. The proposed museum, which would resemble the White House, may call Wilmington home. Full story...
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Holden Beach repairs dunes

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It's been a few months since Tropical Storm Hanna hit our shores, and Holden Beach is finally finished repairing the sand dunes that she washed away. Full story...
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Fire breaks out at a Pender elementary school

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videoA fire broke out Monday morning shortly after 8:00 at a Pender County elementary school, forcing it to shut down. As a result, parents scrambled to pick up their kids after an emergency evacuation. Full story...
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Three charged in connection with February murder

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Wilmington Police charged three men in connection with a murder from last winter. All three men are being held without bond at the New Hanover County Jail. Full story...
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Christmas tree lighting in Holden Beach

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People hitting the road Monday night in Holden Beach will have a little more light to guide them. The town will hold its very first Christmas tree lighting at 7 p.m. Full story...
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Ferry closing may hurt local businesses

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videoIf you usually get to Southport or Fort Fisher via ferry you are going to need a Plan B. The Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry will be closed through the end of January for much needed maintenance. Full story...
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UNCW to honor retired coach and AD

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Retired coach and athletic director Bill Brooks will be honored during a special halftime presentation Wednesday. Full story...
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Planned burn at Halyburton Park

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A public information meeting will be held Monday night at 6:30 p.m. about the planned prescribed burn at Halyburton Park. Full story...
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Bike riding emphasized in Holden Beach

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videoHolden Beach is putting a little extra focus on bicycles, in hopes of attracting tourists for the summer season. Full story...
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Dynapar to expand Elizabethtown plant

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A glimmer of hope for Bladen County. Governor Easley announced today that Dynapar Corp. plans to expand its Elizabethtown plant. Full story...
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Brunswick County Health Department offers AIDS test

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videoMore than 1 million Americans are living with HIV or AIDS. As part of World AIDS Day, the Brunswick County Health Department sponsored free heath screenings. Full story...
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Market Street lane closed

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Drivers traveling in the 4800 block of Market Street may encounter delays. The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is on site repairing a water main leak. Full story...
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Early Christmas tree sales up in NC

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Christmas tree farms in western North Carolina are celebrating some early success despite a struggling economy. Full story...
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NC teacher gets disciplinary letter for comments

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A Fayetteville teacher whose classroom comments about John McCain drew the ire of viewers who saw the remarks on YouTube says she has received a disciplinary letter. Full story...
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NC city declares amnesty for month on ticket fees

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Officials in Greensboro have declared amnesty from parking ticket late fees for December. Full story...
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