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Archive - Apr 17, 2008

Process underway to replace Hewett

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Brunswick County is less than a month away from having a new sheriff. State law says that the party of the former sheriff will decide the next sheriff. Because Ron Hewett is a Democrat, the Brunswick County Democratic Party will be choosing the new sheriff. But not without asking for the public's input. Full story...
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Police chase ends with two in custody

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An illegal drug investigation sparked a police chase through Wilmington Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Young child celebration

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Governor Mike Easley declared April, "the month of the young child." Full story...
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Local Catholics praise Pope's visit

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As thousands packed into Washington Nationals stadium to see Benedict XVI, students at St. Mary Catholic School in Wilmington gathered around a computer screen, to watch streaming video of the Pope's first U.S. visit. Full story...
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Coastal Carolina Air Show soars into Wilmington

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videoIf you're looking for a thrill, look no further than this year's Coastal Carolina Air Show. Full story...
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UNC Wilmington students raise awareness about child abuse

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April is Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month. Thursday at UNC Wilmington, a child welfare class came together to raise awareness about child abuse. Full story...
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55th annual Azalea Garden Tour big success

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The 55th annual Garden Tour was a big success. The Cape Fear Garden Club raised more than $90,000 in ticket sales during last week's Azalea Garden Tour. Full story...
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Prosecutor clears jailers in inmate's death

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The Brunswick County district attorney says jailers acted properly when they subdued an obese man who then suffocated and died earlier this year. Full story...
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Court approves settlement for NC farmworkers' deformed son

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A Florida court has approved a settlement between Ag-Mart Produce Inc. and a farmworker couple whose baby was born without limbs after the mother worked in the company's North Carolina tomato fields while pregnant. Full story...
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