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Archive - Apr 2009

Revisiting the Foy/Rothen cases, one year later

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videoOne year ago Sunday the remains of Allison Foy and Angela Rothen were discovered off Carolina Beach Road. Today we take a look back at the case, the developments and now, new information. Full story...
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Taking a look back at fire in Horry County

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videoSouth Carolina officials said they are in the mop up phase of a fire that burned more than 20,000 acres in Horry County. WWAY's Joe Mauceri takes a look back at the week long battle.

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Ice skating to help Pender County's Relay for Life

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The beautiful and very warm weather this weekend caused some to chose a cooler past time - ice skating. Full story...
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Pender County residents proud of their family tree

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videoThere is a new title holder in Pender County. It has been around for more than 150 years, but just recently earned state champion recognition. Full story...
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Red Cross volunteers help out with fires

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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. Full story...
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South Brunswick teachers suspended

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Five South Brunswick High School employees have been suspended after leaving a mentally disabled student behind during a field trip. Full story...
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Hands on Wilmington beautifies city

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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. Full story...
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Kure Beach holds street festival

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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. Full story...
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