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Archive - Apr 10, 2008

North Topsail Beach votes to put beach nourishment on hold

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People became suspicious when an ad for the building where board member Richard Farley lives turned up in a local paper. The ad listed Farley's second-row building as "soon to be oceanfront property" and selling for $450,000. Full story...
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Senior Center offers free income tax preparation

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It's a dreaded day for many, and it's quickly approaching. April 15 is the deadline to mail your taxes. But there is hope if you haven't filed yet. Full story...
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WPD adding surveillance cameras downtown

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Downtown Wilmington will soon be under a close watch. The Wilmington Police Department plans to install at least 20 surveillance cameras throughout the downtown area. Full story...
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Azalea Festival: Downtown parking info

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If you're heading to any of the Azalea Festival events this weekend one of the biggest challenges you may face is parking. Full story...
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Train derails on Wilmington tracks

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A CSX train derailed just before midnight in the 100 block of Cinema Drive. Full story...
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Bragg's 82nd to again serve as quick-reaction force

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The Army's 82nd Airborne Division will reclaim its role as the nation's quick-reaction force in 2009, once again keeping a unit on alert and ready to jump into combat anywhere in the world within 18 hours. Full story...
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Wright under extended lock-down

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Prison officials brought Wright to Vanceboro just hours after he was found guilty of fraud. Wright pulled in to the Craven Correctional Institution after the judge handed him a six-to-eight-year sentence. The institution is a processing center for new inmates. Full story...
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Azalea Festival Queen visits seniors

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The azalea festival is in full swing and that means the queen is busy making her rounds through town. Full story...
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina to Launch 600-mile Walking Initiative

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina to Launch 600-mile Walking Initiative New campaign to promote physical activity from the mountains to the coast Full story...

DA: Investigators still unsure on shooter in Duke student death

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A Durham County prosecutor says investigators still don't know for sure who pulled the trigger in the fatal shooting death of a Duke University graduate student. Full story...
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DA: no investigation into contracts awarded to Jim Black's son

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Wake County prosecutors say they won't pursue a criminal investigation of the son of former House Speaker Jim Black. Full story...
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Easley officially appoints Wright replacement

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The people previously represented by former state House member Thomas Wright officially have their replacement. Full story...
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Lawyer seeks protective order in Lovette case

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The lawyer for the teen charged with killing a graduate student at Duke University says too much information is leaking out about the case. Full story...
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