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Archive - Mar 2008

New Site and building for Brunswick Community Hospital

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Recently, Brunswick Community Hospital has had a shortage of hospital beds, but with a new facility in the works, the hospital's president is hoping to solve that problem. Full story...
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Young Inventors Receive Top Award

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Students from Rachel Freeman School of Engineering invent new version of Stethoscope Full story...
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Bus accident sends 13 Pender County students to hospital

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Thirteen Pender County students went to the hospital Thursday morning after their bus ran off the road into a ditch. Full story...
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Belmont not exactly predicting upset of Duke

The Belmont Bruins are facing Duke in the first round of the NCAA tournament, but it's not a new experience. Full story...

City of Wilmington receives funds for traffic projects

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The state has given the City of Wilmington nearly half a million dollars for two projects. Full story...
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Wright expelled from House

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videoThe state House has voted to remove Rep. Thomas Wright from office for ethical misconduct, the first such expulsion of a lawmaker from North Carolina's General Assembly in 128 years. Full story...
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Scooter riders concerned about safety

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Police say scooters and bikes aren't causing many problems when it comes to them sharing the road with cars. Full story...
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Protesters gather for Iraq War anniversary

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videoGroups wanting to end the war gathered all around the country Wednesday. One of those spots was here in Wilmington at the intersection of College and Oleander. Full story...
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Wright's fate to be decided at historic special session

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No member of the General Assembly has been removed from office in nearly 130 years. But Thursday that streak could end with Rep. Thomas Wright. Full story...
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McIntyre to visit Iraq

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videoMcIntyre is leaving for Iraq Monday. He said, "After five years it's time for Iraq to stand up to the plate to meet those accountability services that those in the armed services want them to meet." Full story...
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