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Archive - May 2008
Submitted by on Sat, 05/31/2008 - 7:20pm.READ MORE:
As the price of gas approaches $4 a gallon and food prices continue to increase, people are looking for ways to save a buck and one non-profit organization is trying to help. Once a month dozens of people wait outside of Life Community Church in Wilmington to pick up affordable food. Full story...
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Every day for the last year, Jessie Dunn has been searching for her son, Richard Bird, but finding help has not been easy. May 30, 2007 was the last time Dunn heard from her 40-year-old son, Richard Bird. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Fri, 05/30/2008 - 5:26pm.READ MORE:
Mass transit has been the answer for a lot of people struggling with high gas prices. Here in Wilmington, Wave Transit has seen an increase in riders, but there may not be enough riders to cover the soaring cost of diesel. Full story...
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Hurricane season starts this weekend. High winds, flooding, tornadoes and the storm surge. All are hazards that come with tropical systems. These conditions can cause massive power outages, meaning you need to be ready when the lights go out.Full story...
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Submitted by on Thu, 05/29/2008 - 11:33pm.READ MORE:
Hampstead Town Center will be the premier upscale shopping center off highway 17 in Pender County, but not all residents are happy about it, some are concerned about the heavy traffic it could bring. Full story...