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Archive - Aug 8, 2008

Already small, Navassa Police Department still down an officer

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It has been nearly three weeks since former Navassa Police Chief Ricky Thorpe resigned after being charged with drunk driving. There are now only two acting police officers left in Navassa, and officials have yet to pick Thorpe's replacement. Full story...
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Scholarship fund set up for murder victim's daughter

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The search for an alleged murderer ended yesterday with the suspect turning a gun on himself. Full story...
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Oak Island residents concerned for safety

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Allegations of sexual harassment have been shaking up the Oak Island Police Department. Four officers, including a sergeant have resigned in the past week.

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Flavor of the Past: Latimer House

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videoAll this week, we have been featuring historic locations around Wilmington and the restaurants they are paired with on the tour. There may be no better example of Wilmington's prosperous past than the Latimer House. Full story...
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Pender County residents helping rebuild oyster beds

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People in Pender County have been saving their oyster shells. Today, those shells were put to a good use. WWAY joined volunteers from Pender Watch, UNCW and the Division of Marine Fisheries to lay down some oyster beds in forest sound. Full story...
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CFCC dedicates Surf City location

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Cape Fear Community College dedicated its site for its Surf City campus. Full story...
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Booze It and Lose it Day in NC

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0-8, 0-8. 0-8 -- those numbers have an important meaning for officers of the law. Full story...
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Edwards admits to affair, denies fathering child

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Former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards is admitting to an extramarital affair but denies fathering the woman's daughter. Full story...
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