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Archive - Jun 2009

NC sheriff tells town to pay for patrols

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A North Carolina sheriff whose deputies are patrolling a town whose police department has been stripped of power says he must be paid for the service by July 1. Full story...
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NC House would give tax delay to contractors

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Contractors with unsold homes would get more time to pay property taxes on them in a bill approved by North Carolina lawmakers. Full story...
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NC teenager hospitalized with rare infection

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A 14-year-old North Carolina boy is hospitalized with a rare infection that cost him part of his nose and five teeth after swimming in a local lake. Full story...
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Sex ed curriculum gets final OK in NC Legislature

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The Legislature has given its final approval to changes in North Carolina's sex education curriculum in public schools for young teenagers. Full story...
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NO PORT discusses environmental impact, announces contest winner

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videoThe group NO PORT Southport met Thursday night to discuss the environmental impacts of the proposed port in Brunswick County Folks who attended had the chance to hear from a panel of environmental professionals and find out the winner of a contest sponsored by the group. Full story...
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Bitsy Corbett passes away at 91

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The matriarch of a prominent Wilmington family has died. Albert Corbett said his mother, Elizabeth "Bitsy" Corbett lived at Airlie Gardens starting in 1960. Full story...
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Have you been pronouncing Camp Lejeune correctly?

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Pop quiz: What's the name of the big Marine Corps base in Onslow County? Camp Lejeune, right?

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High School Musical takes to the stage

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videoHigh School Musical fans are in for a treat this weekend. Thanks in part to a grant from the Brunswick Arts Council, High School Musical is coming to Odell Williamson Auditorium. Full story...
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