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Archive - Sep 2011

City leaders hear from public on improvement project at Inland Greens Golf Course

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The city of Wilmington heard from the public tonight as the city moves forward with plans to revamp Inland Greens golf course. The purpose of tonight's meeting was to hear from members of the public on which park amenities they want. Full story...
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Prices down at the pump

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videoPrices of oil and gasoline fell last week leading to people paying less at the pump nationwide. Don't get too excited about it though because it could mean that the global economy is headed for another recession. Full story...
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No one hurt after school buses collide

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A bumpy ride home for a couple of New Hanover County school busses. Highway Patrol says two busses were involved in a fender bender on Castle Hayne Road at Victoria Drive this afternoon. Full story...
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Ice cream fundraiser honors late judge

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Thinking about dessert tonight? How about helping a good cause while getting your fill? Full story...
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First peek at Piranha 3DD poster

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The movie poster for Piranha 3DD was recently posted on the film's Facebook page. And while the trailer for the film hasn't been released yet, it looks like all that filming at Jungle Rapids wasn't just for grins and giggles. Full story...
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City seeks input for Inland Greens revamp

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videoThe City of Wilmington is moving forward with a parks project that would renovate the old Inland Greens Golf Course. A public meeting starts at 6 p.m. to discuss plans for the property. Full story...
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Family of 5-year-old boy says shark bit him at North Myrtle Beach

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The family of a 5-year-old Walkersville, Md., boy says he was bitten in the leg by a shark off North Myrtle Beach, but authorities aren't sure what kind of animal bit the child. Full story...
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Local preacher dies Sunday during sermon

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Jessie F. Graham, perhaps the longest-serving member of the Columbus County Board of Elections, died Sunday. He was 78. Graham, a longtime minister at Myrtle Grove First born Church of the Living God in New Hanover county, collapsed in the pulpit. Full story...
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