Archive - Apr 26, 2009
Red Cross volunteers help out with fires
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 9:24am.

Mike Thompson is a member of the Cape Fear Chapter of the American Red Cross. He volunteered to help those who had been evacuated from their homes and the crews working to put out the blazing fires.

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South Brunswick teachers suspended
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 9:07am.

Five South Brunswick High School employees have been suspended after leaving a mentally disabled student behind during a field trip.

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Hands on Wilmington beautifies city
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 8:59am.

Hundreds of people from around the community came together for to make Wilmington a better place on Saturday. Hands on Wilmington challenged volunteers to complete an assigned beautification project in various places throughout the city.

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Kure Beach holds street festival
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 8:53am.

The town of Kure Beach celebrated spring on Saturday with its annual street festival. Parts of K and Atlantic avenues were filled with vendors selling arts and crafts, and good food.

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Jeff Gordon hosts Shred It
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 8:47am.

Dozens of people came out to Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Saturday for Shred It. People lined up to have personal documents like pay stubs, bank information, and old receipts properly shredded.

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Carousel Center benefit; what happens in Wilmington, stays in Wilmington
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 8:06am.

videoLas Vegas came to life Saturday night in downtown Wilmington for a fundraiser benefiting the Carousel Center. Wilmington civic and business leaders and elected officials gathered to help the center, which is a non-profit organization that helps sexually abused children.

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Myrtle Beach fires under control, but winds could still cause problems
Submitted by WWAY on Sun, 04/26/2009 - 7:54am.

videoIt has been days since massive wildfires broke out in Horry County. Fire crews from three states have been working around the clock to get the situation under control.

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