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Archive - Aug 2008

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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Local singer songwriter asked to judge contest

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Catesby Jones is best known for writing country singer, Travis Tritt's first song, "Country Club." Full story...
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Investigation shows soldier died of natural causes

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Investigators say a Fort Bragg soldier found dead at her mother's home in Hamlet last weekend died of natural causes. Full story...
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Shearon Harris seeks approval to operate thru '46

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found no environmental impacts that would prevent a North Carolina nuclear power plant from operating for nearly 40 more years. Full story...
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New initiative to lower legal drinking age

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videoCollege students are moving in, and college partying will not be far behind. Now, a group of educators is proposing a surprising way to deal with campus binge drinking -- lower the drinking age. Full story...
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Community watch meeting tonight

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videoA group of downtown residents will meet tonight, to talk about starting an active community watch group. Full story...
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Dead zones in coastal waterways

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videoA new study indicates that waterways in coastal areas around the world are suffering. Full story...
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Training for a terrorist attack in our area

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Our area is home to a nuclear plant, and a major port. That makes it a potential target for terrorists, and that is why the Coast Guard has a plan, just in case. Full story...
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