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Archive - Dec 30, 2008

US Census Bureau needs workers in our area

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The US Census Bureau is already beginning work on the 2010 census. Census workers are needed in our area. The pay is $11 an hour, plus mileage. Full story...
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Leland police deliver presents for Three Kings Day

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Leland police delivered their final batch of Christmas toys to needy children Tuesday. Officers dropped off nearly 150 toys to St. Mary's Church in Wilmington for Three Kings Day next week. Full story...
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Local population continues to grow

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videoAll five counties in our area have seen population growth since 2000. Brunswick County is growing at a faster rate than the others, and estimates suggest that will continue. Full story...
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Foundation of former railroad station annex is unearthed

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videoA fading part of Wilmington's history has been re-discovered. Construction crews working downtown recently unearthed some of Wilmington's railroad past. Full story...
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Common cold shouldn't halt workouts

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videoExercise won't make your cold better or worse, but you do need to take steps to try not to spread the virus. Full story...
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Social networking not just for the kids these days

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videoSocial networking sites are not just for socializing anymore. People are using them to promote their business or themselves. Even stay-at-home moms are logging on. And in terms of age demographics, it is out with the young, and in with... everyone. Full story...
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Leland curbside recycling program not at risk

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As we reported yesterday, the value of recycled materials has taken a big hit in the past few months. That being said, Leland's curbside recycling program, set to begin in February, is not at risk. Full story...
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Hardee's the victim on another robbery Tuesday

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For the second time in as many months, employees at the South College Road Hardee’s were the victims of an armed robbery. Full story...
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Ice skating rink is filling up this holiday break

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There's no snow or ice outside to contend with, but plenty of local kids are heading to the ice skating rink during their break from school to get into the winter spirit. Full story...
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New Hanover County deputies looking for suspect in Monday's robbery attempt

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New Hanover County deputies need your help locating a suspect in Monday's attempted bank robbery. Full story...
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2008 - The year in weather

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videoDrought ends, major storms dodged during 2008 in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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State begins offering riskiest health coverage

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A state-sponsored insurance pool that offers coverage to the riskiest patients is beginning operations. Full story...
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Navy studying northeastern NC landing field site

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The Navy has begun an environmental assessment of a site in northeastern North Carolina that's a possible location for a jet practice landing field. Full story...
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NC city forgiving parking ticket fines 1 more day

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Motorists in a North Carolina city who are shopping for bargains should check their gloveboxes for parking tickets. Full story...
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NC preservation group buys 413 acres

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A North Carolina preservation group says it's buying 413 acres that include the highest point in Surry County. Full story...
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