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Archive - Feb 4, 2011

High School Hoops: February 4

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There's only one week remaining in the regular season for high school basketball. Who won on a rainy Friday night? Who lost? Full story...
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"And the Winner Is..." BEST SUSHI

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videoCongratulations to THE BENTO BOX at the Forum on Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington! Voted BEST SUSHI in the Cape Fear. Full story...
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Red Dress Luncheon raises heart health awareness

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A special event for heart disease awareness was marked by women in red today. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted the Red Dress Luncheon and Fashion Show. Full story...
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Tonight's basketball game at Trask has been postponed due to leaky roof

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The Titans and the Bulldogs have the night off. Don't go to Rocky Point if you're looking for high school hoops tonight. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Stabbing suspect in Rhino Club killing will not be charged with first degree murder

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Wilmington Police Department investigators have determined that the accumulated evidence in their ongoing investigation does not support pursuing the charge of First Degree Murder against Angeleos Roamel Williams. Full story...
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Feast DownEast focuses on local farms

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videoThe Feast DownEast is working to build a sustainable local economy by supporting the efforts of local farmers and their produce. Today, the organization held a conference to meet with farmers and buyers to educate both on how they can have a brighter future. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: So much for transparency; New Hanover County Commissioners able to conduct county business in secret

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videoWe discovered a disturbing loophole this week in New Hanover County policy that's allowing County Commissioners to conduct county business in secret on their county cell phone with no accountability. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Barfield responds - Making cell phone records public is "going too far"; Plays on constituents' fear

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Even though the county bought commissioners the phone - and pays each $75 per month in tax payer money - and even though County Attorney Wanda Copely told us the county bought them the phones so they could conduct county business - since Barfield also uses the phone for personal business running his real estate company, he says turning over his records is "going too far." Full story...
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