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Archive - Feb 2009

International Paper announces week long layoffs

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Columbus counties largest employer announced temporary layoffs for more than 100 employees Monday. Full story...
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Southeastern Mental Health Center looking for public input

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Last week, New Hanover County Commissioners decided to return 2 million dollars to the Southeastern Center for Mental Health. It was money that had originally been earmarked for building a new facility. That facility is on hold, and Southeastern Center wants your input on how to best utilize the funds instead. Full story...
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How safe is it to sleep with your baby?

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A new study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention shows a rise in the number of babies accidentally suffocated or strangled in bed. Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington home hit by car Sunday night

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Residents of one downtown Wilmington home were quite startled after a Cadillac crashed into their living and dining room late Sunday night. Full story...
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Award parties in Hollywood East

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videoWilmington is known as Hollywood East, so it only makes sense that there were several Academy Awards viewing parties Sunday night around the Port City. Our John Rendleman attended one that was fun… and green. Full story...
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Denny's apologizes for NC breast-feeding incident

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An official with the Denny's restaurants has met with a North Carolina woman who says she was harassed when she was approached about breast-feeding her child in an Asheville restaurant. Full story...
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Some at UNC don't want ex-Bush official speaking

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Some faculty and students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill don't want former Attorney General Michael Mukasey as the law school graduation speaker this year. Full story...
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State Highway Patrol to monitor teenage driving

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The state Highway Patrol is launching a campaign aimed at reducing the number of teenage related traffic accidents in North Carolina. Full story...
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