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Archive - Jun 2, 2011

Berger admits to collecting unemployment; Thompson says Berger owes community an explanation

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video New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger has been collecting unemployment benefits for months according to a employer wage audit notice sent to the New Hanover County Government Center. We attempted to catch up with Berger Thursday at an agenda-briefing meeting to get his side of the story. Full story...
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USDA unveals new dietary guidelines

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The USDA has released new dietary guidelines that they say will help families plan healthier meals. Full story...
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Southport Aldermen postpone annexation vote

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video Those who live in the proposed annexation areas surrounding Southport will have to wait one more week before the Board of Aldermen makes their final vote. Full story...
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Wilmington Police nab two for breaking and entering

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Wilmington police arrest one man for breaking and entering and soon arrest another. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Laney assistant principal accused of inappropriate relations with student

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A Laney High School assistant principal is off the job after an allegations surfaced about an inappropriate relationship with a student. School district spokeswoman Valita Quattlebaum says Stephanie Robin Lamberty is suspended with pay as the district and the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office investigate. Full story...

Bonus promotion for tonight's Sharks game, magnet schedules will be handed out

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Tonight is "WWAY Shirt Off Our Back" night at the Shark Tank. It's also Fat Tony's Thirsty Thursday night. On top of that the Wilmington Sharks just added a last minute promotion for tonight's doubleheader...free magnet schedules for the Sharks. Full story...
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Charlotte church may avoid fine for tree trimming

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A Charlotte church may be able to avoid paying a $4,700 fine for excessively pruning eight crape myrtle trees on its property. Full story...
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Despite mystery job, Brian Berger received unemployment

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New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger has been drawing unemployment benefits from an unknown company in Washington, DC. Full story...
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Historical marker honors US Colored Troops in Civil War

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videoA new historical marker now stands on the side of Market Street in Wilmington. It honors the Civil War efforts of slaves and free blacks who fought in the Port City. Full story...
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Brunswick Nuclear Plant opens doors to media

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For the first time ever, cameras were allowed inside of the Brunswick Nuclear Plant. Full story...
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