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Archive - Aug 20, 2008

Brunswick County Football Clash

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videoNorth, South and West Brunswick High Schools joined East Duplin and Wallace-Rose Hill for a football scrimmage Wednesday night. Full story...
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Road to recovery

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videoHave you heard about the the road to recovery program? It's an American Cancer Society effort where volunteers drive cancer patients to and from their treatments. It's made big difference for a Wilmington woman Full story...
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Police release sketch of weekend assault suspect

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Wilmington police are still investigating attacks on two women over the weekend. Full story...
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Late night bus offers free rides to women

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Operators of the late-night bus service want to do what they can to keep local women safe. Full story...
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Meeting regarding littering on Masonboro Island

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videoCommunity members and local environmental agencies came together today to talk trash. There seemed to be a lot of it on Masonboro Island after Fourth of July. Full story...
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Republican Party opens office in Wilmington

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The Republican Party now has a local headquarters. Full story...
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Update on possible assault in Columbus County

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videoWe have an update on the Columbus County family concerned about what they say was a brutal attack on their elderly aunt. Full story...
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Some residents worry PPD crosswalk is dangerous

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videoWilmington has more than its fair share of crosswalks, and there is one on the edge of downtown that has caught our attention. Full story...
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Families enjoy summer at Poplar Grove

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It was a special day at the Poplar Grove Farmer's Market. Parents and their children got to pet some farm animals, ride a horse, and explore the market. Full story...
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Brunswick County Schools construction

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Brunswick County is quickly growing, and its schools are bursting at the seams. School leaders hope construction of brand new elementary and middle schools will make a difference. Full story...
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