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Archive - Nov 2009

18 NC counties experience high poverty levels

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A report released by an advocacy group shows 18 out of North Carolina's 100 counties have poverty levels above 20 percent. Full story...
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E-mail archive for NC employees moving forward

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The state of North Carolina has hired a California company to create an archive system designed to manage and retrieve state employee e-mails more easily. Full story...
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What's Happening: November 27-29

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videoIf you have family here for Thanksgiving who plan to stick around for the weekend, you can certainly show them a good time. There are even a few things that will get you in the holiday spirit. Here's What's Happening. Full story...
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Playoff Preview: Round 3 of high school football

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videoThe third round of the high school football playoffs kicks off Friday night with a handful of teams from the Cape Fear region still in the hunt for a state title. WWAY's John Rendleman has a preview of the playoff match-ups. Full story...
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Not too soon to be thinking about your Christmas tree

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videoThanksgiving is here, and before we know it, it'll be Christmas. Some folks from the western part of the state have come to Wilmington, for the first time, to sell Christmas trees. Full story...
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Thieves puts damper on holiday, steal donation kettle

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videoThere was a rather unusual theft from a local charity, only a few days before Thanksgiving; putting a bit of a damper on the holiday cheer. Full story...
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Reduce the waste this Thanksgiving

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videoThanksgiving is not only a day where we enjoy an abundance of food. More often than not, it also produces a lot of trash. Meteorologist Tim Buckley has some tips on how to reduce your waste this Thanksgiving. Full story...
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Air travel busy at ILM this Thanksgiving holiday

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videoWhile some drivers are struggling to leave Wilmington by ground, others are turning to the air for the busiest travel day of the year. AAA expects almost 40 million people to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday. Full story...
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