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Archive - 2009

Online reservations help fill state park camping

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More than half of North Carolina's state park campsites have been booked through 2010 thanks to a revamped internet-based registration system. Full story...
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Future of COTY plant undecided

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videoIn May, COTY announced plans to close its manufacturing and distribution plant in Rocky Point by year's end, but the Medicia company says the plant has potential. Full story...
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Holiday travel creates increased risk of spreading H1N1

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videoHealth officials are concerned a third wave of the H1N1 virus will strike in January when people return from Christmas break. With so many people traveling across the country this holiday season, this pandemic will likely spread even more, just as the regular flu season hits. Full story...
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CFCC, local businesses help spread holiday cheer

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videoThey do it every year at Cape Fear Community College, and the stories are always heart warming. Tuesday, CFCC gave us a look at how they are spreading hope to their students before the holidays. Full story...
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Ogden's singing bell ringer

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videoTrey Forsyth stands outside the Big Lots store in Ogden 6 days a week, singing, in order to raise money for the Salvation Army. His voice caught the attention of WWAY’s John Rendleman. Full story...
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South Brunswick High program receives nice gift

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South Brunswick High School's aquaculture program got a nice gift Tuesday. The Coastal Conservation Association presented a $1,500 check to support the program's flounder hatchery. Full story...
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Fort Hood hero Munley may need more surgery

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Fort Hood hero and Carolina Beach native Kim Munley may need more surgery than expected. Monday night Munley wrote on her blog about a visit with her vascular surgeon. She said the doctor found only one of three veins... Full story...
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Struggling NC symphony says show will go on

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Leaders of the struggling symphony in North Carolina's largest city say they're certain the show will go on next year. Full story...
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Married NC hotel workers found murdered in room

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North Carolina police are investigating the deaths of a couple found shot to death in a hotel where they lived and worked. Full story...
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NC college re-examines campus smoking ban

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The tobacco-free campus policy at a North Carolina community college may be revised after complaints from neighbors that smokers are moving onto surrounding streets to puff away. Full story...
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Grand jury indicts suspect in deaths of 3 NC women

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A grand jury in North Carolina has indicted a 47-year-old man suspected in the deaths of three women over a 17-year period. Full story...
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Female gorilla at NC Zoo loses battle with cancer

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A 42-year-old female gorilla has been euthanized at the North Carolina Zoo after undergoing more than two years of treatment for cancer. Full story...
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Local farmers face problems with too much rain

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We know that rain is vital to growing crops, but too much rain? That is the problem some local farmers are facing. At Sunny Rowe Farm Market in Rocky Point, owner David Rowe said they have had... Full story...
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Brunswick County Board of Health talks animal euthanasia

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Animal euthanasia headlined the agenda at Monday night's Brunswick County Board of Health meeting in Bolivia. Brunswick County currently uses euthanasia by injection for companion animals. Full story...
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Bolivia man arrested, faces multiple drug charges

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A Bolivia man faces multiple drug charges after the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office seized drugs from his home. Full story...
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