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Archive - Jul 29, 2011

New UNC interim football coach credits Leland resident for motivation

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video Everett Withers was introduced as the interim head football coach at the University of North Carolina on Friday. At the news conference it took less than 30 seconds for Withers to credit a man who lives in Brunswick County. In fact Withers mentioned Mel Foels four times before he mentioned anyone else. Full story...
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Hammerheads win on muddy field in NY

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The Wilmington Hammerheads have to play back to back road games this weekend. The first game turned out to be a wet victory. The Hammerheads look to earn more points on Saturday in the Keystone state. Full story...
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"And the Winner is..." BEST AIR CONDITIONING REPAIR

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video In case you haven't noticed, it's been pretty hot out. Many people are counting their blessing for air conditioning. But when your A/C goes on the fritz, who do you call to keep you from getting too hot under the collar and get you feelin' cool again? We wanna know where to find the BEST AIR CONDITION REPAIR in the Cape Fear? VOTING IS NOW CLOSED. WE'LL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER TONIGHT ON WWAY NEWSCHANNEL 3 AT 6. Full story...

Pats cut New Hanover, UNC alum Crumpler

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The NFL may be back to work, but a New Hanover High alum is looking for work.Alge Crumpler was one of a number of players the New England Patriots cut today. Full story...
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Photographers help bridge distance for military families

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videoPicture this: A local non-profit is spanning the distance between military families while on deployment one photo shoot at a time. HeartsApart.org works to capture memories in pictures for military families that they can cherish at home or away. Full story...
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Tourism funds to pay to reverse Carolina Beach road diet

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videoJust one year after putting North Lake Park Blvd. on a diet, Carolina Beach Town Council has decided to fatten the road because of traffic issues. Most town leaders, residents and visitors agree two lanes is not enough for the busy weekend traffic that sometimes means about 30,000 vehicles a day. Full story...
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No NC schools adding classroom days

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All North Carolina public schools will be allowed to avoid adding five classroom days to the coming academic year and instead add time to improve teacher training. Full story...
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Swimming advisory lifted near Southport city pier

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The state Division of Marine Fisheries today lifted a water quality swimming advisory for a sound-side swimming area in Brunswick County. Full story...
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