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Archive - Feb 18, 2011

YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS! John McEnroe headlines new Azalea Festival event

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video If you're going to add a new event to a long-standing tradition like the Azalea Festival, you might as well make a big statement. Few people know how to make big statements like John McEnroe. Full story...
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Evangelous wants more officers downtown

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video Violence in downtown Wilmington has been making news. Now the Chief of Police has an idea to make things better. Full story...
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COOKIN' WITH CAPE FEAR: Jambalaya

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video This week, CFCC Student Chef Josh whips up a special bowl of Jambalaya just in time for Mardi Gras. Full story...
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UNCW announces major gifts

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video Today, UNCW officially kicked off the school's Soaring to Greatness campaign with a very special announcement. school leaders announced two major gifts donated to the university. One of the gifts, from the McNeill family, is going to the schools of business and nursing and is the largest gift the school has ever received. Full story...
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Investigation of Navassa mayor over

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Navassa's mayor says he had no idea he's no longer under state investigation. Full story...
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Trooper injured in crash

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A state trooper lands in the hospital after a crash in Brunswick County this morning. Full story...
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Perdue to attend Wilmington business roundtable

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Gov. Bev Perdue is coming to Wilmington next week. Full story...
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WPD: B&E suspect arrested, another on the run

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A witness reported that he was driving by the store when he heard a loud noise. He saw someone breaking into the business, and then leaving the area in a truck heading westbound on Wrightsville Avenue. Full story...
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NC lawmakers on student loans: Who gets to decide?

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Some North Carolina community college presidents want to reverse a new law making low-interest federal loans available to nearly 200,000 students who may be eligible. Full story...
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Perdue dims veto threat on GOP's health challenge

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Gov. Bev Perdue says Republican-backed legislation pushing North Carolina to join other states fighting the federal health care overhaul law isn't worth a veto battle. Full story...
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