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Archive - Nov 7, 2011

Pender county Sheriff's office asks for help identifying fraud suspect

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The Pender County Sheriff's Office is asking for help identifying a fraud suspect. Full story...
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New Hanover Commission tables shopping center purchase

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Commissioners voted 3-2 to table a vote on purchasing the property that houses Break Time and Ten Pin Alley in Wilmington. The property is a part of the same shopping center as the county's government complex. Full story...
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2012 Azalea Festival art unveiled

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The Azalea Festival committee unveiled the 2012 festival art piece Monday night and it was very well received. Artist Terry Sellers Harrison said she wanted to capture a sense of play and a more contemporary idea for now and the future. Full story...
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Doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson death

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A jury ruled that Dr. Conrad Murray is guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. A judge says Murray will be held without bail until he is sentenced later this month. Full story...
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Judge OKs $410M settlement in Bank of America overdraft fee case

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A federal judge in Miami has approved a $410 million settlement in a lawsuit claiming Bank of America charged excessive overdraft fees. Full story...
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Online magazine says Wilmingtonians are broke

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The Daily Beast, a news and opinion website backed by Newsweek magazine, recently ranked Wilmington No. 17 on its list of “America’s Brokest Cities.” Full story...
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Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center seeks artist submissions for January exhibition

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The purpose of the HBHUSO/CAC Gallery Exhibition is to showcase the talents of community 2D & 3D artists who are under-represented in traditional gallery venues and student artists from New Hanover, Pender & Brunswick Counties. Full story...
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Elon Poll: N.C. residents divided on Occupy Wall Street movement

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North Carolinians are evenly divided on their views of the Occupy Wall Street movement, according to the latest Elon University Poll, as protesters around the country continue making news with demonstrations against large banks and a political system that many of the activists say is broken. Full story...
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Hot tar spill slows MLK

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An 18-wheeler caused a hot mess on Martin Luther King Parkway near Kerr Ave. this morning. Full story...
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NC scientist single-handedly saving magnificent ramshorn snail

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Andy Wood looks at his snails and can't help thinking they're his own California condors or Bengal tigers. Wood may be the only reason the magnificent ramshorn snail is not extinct. The snail, which once called freshwater beaver ponds and millponds home, hasn't been seen in the wild since 2005. Full story...
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Sea Dawgs announce open tryout

The NBA may be locked out, but there will be professional basketball in Wilmington this winter, and you have a chance to make the team. Full story...

Home prices in Wilmington increase

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Homes across Wilmington continue to gain value according to new data released today by CoreLogic. Full story...
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Local business helping the homeless community

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The holidays are quickly approaching and Atlantic Dermatology stopped by Good Morning Carolina to tell us how they're playing a part in helping those less fortunate. Full story...
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Candidate Fuller offering $1,000 reward for info on sign thief

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"Yesterday, about fifty of my political yard signs were stolen near the Landfall main gate and near Autumn Hall. Also, many other candidates' signs -- Padgett, Saffo, Anderson, etc. -- also vanished overnight in this area. At 4:30am today I went to check on my signs, and I noticed this theft. I have replaced many of them." Full story...
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Police: NC gas station worker shoots boss, self

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A gas station worker is dead after shooting the boss who fired him and then turning the gun on himself. Full story...
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