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Archive - Sep 2, 2011

Police called to deal with Berger, Blaylock again

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The week ended much like it began for New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger and his ex-girlfriend: with a call to and visit from Wilmington Police. Full story...
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Man pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter after girlfriend dies in ATV accident

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A man has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter after driving while impaired and wrecking his ATV, resulting in the death of his girlfriend. Full story...
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Brunswick county man convicted of sex offenses against a minor

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A Brunswick county man will serve 42 to 52 years in prison for numerous sex offenses against a minor. Full story...
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Man convicted in 2009 death of Southport woman

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A man has been sentenced in the 2009 murder of a Southport woman. Full story...
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"And the Winner is..." BEST CHARTER BOAT

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video What is more fun than getting out on the ocean chasing that big catch? If you love to fish, but don't have a boat that is up to the trip offshore the best solution is one of our local charter fishing boats. In this week's "And the Winner is..." we want to know which charter has the boat, the captain and crew to help you catch fish and have a fun day on the water. Who is the BEST CHARTER BOAT in the Cape Fear? Here's how the votes are sailing in (4 pm Wed.):
Whipsaw Fishing Charters, Wrightsville Beach - 30%
Pura Vida Fishing Charters, Wrightsville Beach - 22%
Last Resort Charters, Topsail Sound - 9%

VOTE NOW! Full story...

Facebook page looks for prayers for Berger

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It has been a very controversial week for New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger. There was his reported suicide attempt Monday night and the fallout since. But while Berger has faced much criticism, there are people coming to his support. Full story...
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Oscar-winner Firth coming to Hollywood East

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Some big stars may be making their way to Hollywood East in the next couple of months. The Wilmington Regional Film Commission says the film "Arthur Newman, Golf Pro" is set to begin filming in Wilmington. Full story...
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New Hanover may still get federal storm help

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video The Federal Emergency Management Agency came to Wilmington today to hear from New Hanover County and its municipalities about damage from Hurricane Irene. But are the costs of the destruction, clean-up crews and extra work enough to get federal help? Full story...
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Family of baby killed by dogs devastated by loss

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We're continuing to learn more about a nine-day-old baby killed in Clarkton. Investigators say newborn Addyson Camerino was mauled to death by dogs in the family's home Wednesday. Full story...
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Mulholland named USL Pro rookie of year

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Luke Mulholland has been named the rookie of the year in the USL Pro Soccer League. Wilmington head coach David Irving was a frontrunner to win the coach of the year award, but that went to Orlando's head coach instead. Full story...
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Landfall welcomes back tennis legends

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Tennis legends are returning to the Country Club of Landfall. The club used to host a tennis legends event every year. It was discontinued, but the event returns in two weeks. Full story...
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Progress Energy to make big job cuts in Raleigh

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Progress Energy plans to cut as much as half of its work force at its downtown Raleigh headquarters if its planned merger with Charlotte-based Duke Energy is approved. Full story...
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Wake suspends Walker until December

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Wake Forest senior center Ty Walker is prohibited from playing throughout fall semester, the school announced. Walker, a New Hanover High School alum, has been found responsible for violating the school's student code of conduct. Full story...
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Fish dying as Irene debris robs NC river oxygen

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Fish are dying in eastern North Carolina rivers, among the many casualties of Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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Belville sets up hurricane debris collection site

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The Town of Belville will begin accepting vegetative hurricane debris free of charge from Belville residents at a collection site beginning on Tuesday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Full story...
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