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Archive - Jun 21, 2011

ONLY ON 3: Saffo says proposed hotel ship would require funds the city doesn't have

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video The new convention center has brought in a good amount of visitors but one man says his idea will attract even more folks to the center and the rest of the Cape Fear. John Voet says his hotel ship is what Wilmington needs. He’s proposing docking the ship downtown along the river walk. But for now, Mayor Bill Saffo says the city will not be moving forward with Voet's proposal. Full story...
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Trying to impress Buzz at Buzz Peterson basketball camp

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video High school basketball players love coming to UNCW to play on the Trask Coliseum floor. Seahawk head coach Buzz Peterson loves being to watch the players. It's a recruiting perk of having student athletes on campus. Full story...
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Vietnam Vet walks entire east coast, stops in Shallotte

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A Vietnam veteran is walking from Florida all the way up to Maine for a cause close to his heart. This is the second part of Al Slusser's "Great America Walk." Full story...
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Appeals court upholds murder conviction of former student for officer's death

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A North Carolina appeals court has upheld the murder conviction of a former university student for the fatal shooting of Winston-Salem police officer four years ago. Full story...
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Two teachers suddenly dismissed from charter school, parents and teachers speak out

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video After two teachers were suddenly dismissed from a Wilmington charter school, parents, students and faculty are speaking out. Full story...
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Hammerheads win Open Cup thriller

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video The Wilmington Hammerheads beat Charlotte on Tuesday. This wasn't just a typical run of the mill win. This was a come from behind overtime thriller. As a result, the Hammerheads advance in the US Open Cup. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council approves budget

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Council members gave final approval to the $85 million budget they've been working through for months. The tough economy sparked reduced spending. City employees will not receive a pay increase and construction and maintenance costs are cut to a bare minimum. The budget does not call for a property tax increase or layoffs. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Chris Rock's mom coming to Brunswick County

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Not every day in a small rural area does an author of a top selling book, sought after speaker, radio talk show owner, and mom of a movie star visit or even passes through. However, that is about to change. Full story...
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