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Archive - Aug 2008

Boys and Girls Club enacts nepotism policy

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videoSome big changes at a local Boys and Girls Club are causing concern among parents and staff. Full story...
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Burgaw Police Chief resigns

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After just a few months on the job, Burgaw's police chief is stepping down. Full story...
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Woman in serious condition after being hit crossing street

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videoA young woman is in serious condition, after being hit by a car while crossing the street early Wednesday morning. Full story...
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Naturalization ceremony held at battleship

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Dozens of our military members can now vote for their next commander in chief. Full story...
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New details in Columbus County assault case

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videoA new development in the case of Ida Smith, the 85-year-old Bolton woman whose family says she was brutally attacked last October. Full story...
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Flemington residents upset over water bill

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videoResidents of one local neighborhood have not paid a water bill in nearly 30-years, and say they should not have to start now. Full story...
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Senator Burr in Wilmington

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US Senator Richard Burr visited the Port City today. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Trouble getting answers in Oak Island

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videoThe Town of Oak Island has had its fair share of problems recently. The police department is under investigation for sexual harassment. A member of the town planning board just got ousted from his job. The town is being sued for not releasing public records to a developer, and the town council is actively trying to annex two areas off the island, which is not going over very well. Full story...
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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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