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Archive - Sep 2009

High-stakes fly-fishing tourney begins in NC

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What's described as the highest-stakes fly-fishing tournament in the country begins this weekend in the North Carolina mountains. Full story...
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NC Marine said in 911 call he wanted to kill self

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A Camp Lejeune Marine charged with killing his wife in North Carolina said in a 911 call that he had written a suicide note describing what happened. Full story...
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Currituck commissioners look to limit NC tours

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Tours of off-road areas of some parts of North Carolina's Outer Banks face the possibility of more regulations in Currituck County. Full story...
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NC university invites businesses to quiz lawyers

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With times as tough for small business as they are now, the offer of free legal advice to get through a problem can be hard to pass up. Full story...
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Wilmington Police destroy weapons in effort to make streets safer

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Wilmington Police took a big step in making city streets a little safer Wednesday. The department destroyed more than 150 weapons. Full story...
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Former South Brunswick High School janitor dies in jail cell

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The South Brunswick High School janitor who admitted to molesting a special needs child in 2007 was found dead in his jail cell Tuesday night. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for bank robber

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Police are looking for the man who robbed a Wilmington bank Wednesday afternoon. It happened at the BB & T on Market Street. Full story...
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Celebrate Wilmington to honor Eshelman with star

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Two decades after moving his company to the Port City, Fred Eshelman's achievements literally tower over Wilmington. Celebrate Wilmington will honor the founder of the pharmaceutical research firm PPD with a star on the city's Walk of Fame. Full story...
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Elementary school students charged with marijuana posession in Wilmington

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Marijuana was found on the grounds of a Wilmington school on Wednesday. Full story...
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Forum aimed at informing locals about Titan Cement

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The effort to stop a cement plant from going up in Castle Hayne continues to mount. Tuesday night, the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear hosted an informational forum about the proposed Titan Cement Plant. Full story...
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