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Archive - Aug 18, 2008

Downtown residents look to start community watch program

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Some downtown residents are so concerned about the increase in crime, they are taking matters into their own hands. Full story...
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Local colleges taking measures to protect students

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Cape Fear Community College and UNC Wilmington are taking steps to try and keep their students safe. Full story...
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NHC Sheriff's Deputy fired

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Sheriff Sid Causey fired Thomas Prokop this morning after the State Bureau of Investigation charged him with having indecent liberties with a minor. Full story...
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NHC DA taking over case of stolen documents

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videoThe New Hanover County District Attorney's Office will officially be taking over the investigation into documents stolen from inside the Onslow County DA's office. Full story...
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Public forum scheduled on CFCC bond request

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Cape Fear Community College wants over a $100,000,000 from the county to expand the schools facilities. Full story...
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Costly vandalism at Ashley High School

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videoAshley High School staffers are cleaning up their campus today following some serious vandalism overnight. Full story...
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Additional stops being added to Wave bus routes

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The Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority is adding some new stops to the Wave bus route. Full story...
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Pender hospital receives grant

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Some Pender Memorial Hospital patients are sleeping a bit easier these days. Full story...
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Columbus County's new prison

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The state unveiled a new prison today in Columbus County. Full story...
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Follow-up on weekend assaults

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videoWilmington police say the same man may have attacked two women. The attacks happened over the weekend, and may be connected to a downtown rape last month. Full story...
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UNCW Cell Phone Connection

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videoA new mobile program at UNC Wilmington aims to keep students connected to campus. UNCW'S new mobile education program is the brainchild of professors Jeff Brown and Ron Vetter. Full story...
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Gov. Easley rejects plan to ease boat towing rules

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Gov. Mike Easley has vetoed a measure that would have eased boat towing restrictions for North Carolina motorists. Full story...
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Dunkin' Donuts to challenge Krispy Kreme at home

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Dunkin' Donuts is going after Krispy Kreme, right in its hometown of Winston-Salem. Full story...
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Fay could bring needed rain to NC mountains

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Forecasters say Tropical Storm Fay could bring much-needed rain this week to the ease drought conditions in the mountains of western North Carolina. Full story...
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