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Archive - Dec 2009

Christmas another day at work for firefighters

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Most people had the day off today to enjoy Christmas with their families. But some people had to work, like Wilmington firefighters, to keep us safe. Full story...
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Trip to movies a Christmas tradition for many

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Going to the movies is a popular Christmas day routine for many families. And with Christmas rain, more people ventured out to catch a flick today. Full story...
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Santa makes an early stop in Wilmington

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video Santa Claus has been out and about all month letting children sit on his lap and telling him what they want for Christmas. WWAY's John Rendleman was wondering if Santa would still be doing that today at Mayfaire in Wilmington. Let's find out... Full story...
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Wintry weather causing delays around country

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video If you're flying to your holiday destination, you might be headed for some delays. The large winter storm stretching from Texas to the Canadian border is causing holiday travel troubles across the country. Full story...
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Blood needed during Holidays

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What better gift to give this Christmas than the gift of life? The American Red Cross Cape Fear Chapter is hosting Winter Days of Giving, a holiday push to get people to donate blood. Full story...
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Tardy tree trimmers looking for spruced up deals

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It is the symbol of the season most people purchase in the days following Thanksgiving. People were out and about, not only doing last minute Christmas shopping, but last minute tree shopping. Full story...
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Local business sets up trust fund for one of their employees

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A local business is asking for your help this holiday season. Flaming Amy's is taking donations for a trust fund they set up in the name of one of their employees, Oscar Martinez. Full story...
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Hankins resigns from Wilmington Housing Authority

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The Chairwoman of the Wilmington Housing Authority has announced her resignation. Lethia Hankins, a former Wilmington City Council member and retired teacher... Full story...
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