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Archive - Sep 7, 2011

New Hanover Commissioners ask for Berger's resignation, Berger responds

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video New Hanover County Commissioners have asked for county commissioner Brian Berger to resign because he his personal life has become a public distraction. But in a statement to the media Wednesday night, Berger said he looks forward to continuing to serve. Full story...
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Cape Fear CC holds off Brunswick CC

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video Brunswick CC has never defeated Cape Fear CC in volleyball before. The Dolphins came close on Wednesday, but the Sea Devils pulled it out at the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington. Both squads are loaded with home grown talent. Full story...
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Local restaurants are winners in state contest

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There is a lot of good food in North Carolina and the state decided to call attention to our culinary skills with a contest featuring North Carolina ingredients. Full story...
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Conservative group running ads in support of amendment to prohibit gay marriage in NC

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The legislative arm of a conservative Christian group is running radio ads urging listeners to ask certain state lawmakers to support a proposed constitutional amendment to prohibit gay marriage in North Carolina. Full story...
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Where were YOU September 11, 2001?

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Do you have a unique story about where you were on September 11, 2001? If so, we want to know! Full story...
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NHSO lieutenant quits after DWI arrest

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A New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy has quit after being pulled over for drunk driving. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Bishop says Catholic high school plans moving forward

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For years a lot of folks in the Cape Fear have wanted a Catholic high school for the area. We learned today those plans are moving forward. Full story...
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Conservative group lunches on politics

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The conservative Civitas Institute came to Wilmington today to talk about its Partisan Index, Action Conservative Rankings, redistricting and a 2011 legislative session recap. Full story...
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Belville commissioners to censure mayor over inappropriate relationship

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We're learning more tonight about the possible censure of Belville Mayor Jack Batson. Mayor Pro Tem Mike Allen called a meeting tomorrow to discuss censuring Batson. Today we know more about why. Full story...
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Mulholland already making impact in Minnesota

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Wilmington Hammerheasds midfielder Luke Mulholland is already making a name for himself with his new team in Minnesota just three days after leaving the Port City. Full story...
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Appalachian State head soccer coach dies

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Former Ashley Screaming Eagle soccer standout Stanley Broaden is a freshman soccer player at Appalachian State University. Broaden's head coach was found dead at his home on Tuesday in Boone. Full story...
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Governor announces plan to speed up urban loop projects, including Wilmington

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It looks like work on the Wilmington Bypass will move ahead more quickly than expected under a new plan Gov. Bev Perdue unveiled today. Full story...
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NC misses mental illness deadline

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North Carolina officials have missed a federal deadline for dealing with thousands of people with mental illness who live in adult care homes. And it has advocates worried patients may have nowhere to go besides emergency rooms, shelters or the street. Full story...
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NC asks judge to toss lawsuit on Bonner Bridge

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The state Department of Transportation is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit over the current plan to replace the deteriorating bridge connecting Hatteras Island to the rest of North Carolina's Outer Banks. Full story...
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Auditors critical of NC health plan contract

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State auditors say North Carolina's health insurance plan for workers could have saved more than $1 million if it had written a better contract with a hospital and monitored rates more closely. Full story...
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