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Archive - Feb 2009

A Bladen County family celebrates a 108th birthday

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videoThere was a very special, and monumental, birthday celebration in Bladen County Monday. In fact, it was for the county's oldest living resident. Full story...
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Gang issues growing in Bladen County

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videoBladen County is battling a gang problem. The efforts stem in part from the shooting of 19-year-old Jakhee Sledge outside of a McDonald’s last month; the case still remains unsolved. Full story...
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Officer Matthews remembered on Monday

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videoHundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state joined together to remember one of their own Monday. The body of Officer Richard Matthews was carried by a horse-drawn caisson to St. Mark’s Church on Eastwood Road. Full story...
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Metals a precious investment during recession

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In our Money Monday segment tonight we spoke to local jeweler Alan Perry about the pros and cons such investments. If you are thinking about buying gold or silver, here are some websites to get you started. Full story...
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Selling your home using the internet

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videoAbout 12,000 houses in our five county viewing area have a "for sale" sign in their front yard. If you are selling your home, how do you make your home stand out from the rest? One way is to put a virtual tour of your home online. Full story...
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Bladen Community College going green

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School officials and students at Bladen County Community College are going green. Recycle bins have been spread throughout the campus and in classrooms. Full story...
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Goodwin defends insurance hike for coastal areas

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North Carolina's new insurance commissioner is defending the so-called 'Beach Plan.’ The plan would dramatically raise insurance rates for homeowners who live in coastal counties. Full story...
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Mehrtens to possibly depart UNCW

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The UNCW athletic director may be trading in her teal for red. Kelly Mehrtens is reported to be one of three finalists for the same job position at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Full story...
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