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Archive - Nov 2011

Historic Downtown Wilmington tree lighting scheduled for Nov. 25

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The public is invited to attend a holiday tree lighting on Friday, November 25 in Riverfront Park. The event is presented by City of Wilmington's Recreation & Downtown Services Division and the Downtown Business Alliance (DBA). Full story...
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Panel says wild weather worsens

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Freakish weather disasters - from the sudden October snowstorm in the Northeast US to the record floods in Thailand - are striking more often. And global warming is likely to spawn more similar weather extremes at a huge cost, says a draft summary of an international climate report obtained by The Associated Press. Full story...
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Halloween checkpoint leads to dozens of charges

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Some Halloween partiers got a spook when they got caught in a DWI checkpoint last night at 15th and Market Streets in Wilmington. The sting resulted in more than 60 charges, according to Barb Lynch with the group Justice in Motion. Full story...
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NC officials say E. coli victims all visited fair

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State health officials say the North Carolina State Fair is the focus of the investigation of an E. coli outbreak that has made at least nine people sick. Full story...
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Group plans to spotlight NC farmworker deaths

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An advocacy group is using the traditional Mexican holiday known as the Day of the Dead to bring attention to the deaths of migrant farmworkers in North Carolina. Full story...
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Colin Firth to shoot part of movie near Burlington

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Actor Colin Firth will shoot part of his new movie, "Arthur Newman, Golf Pro," in Alamance County later this month. Full story...
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