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Archive - 2011

NC Girl Scout council eyes properties for sale

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A 114-acre site in Guilford County will go up for sale as the regional council works to reduce costs and streamline operations. Full story...
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NC victims compensation panel to consider claims

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North Carolina's Crime Victims Compensation Commission will review 50 claims totaling more than $1 million when it meets this week. Full story...
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Man dies while diving off Beaufort Inlet

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The Coast Guard says a man died while diving Tuesday off Beaufort Inlet. Full story...
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Drought returns to central North Carolina

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The state Drought Management Agency has issued a drought warning for much of central North Carolina, with rainfall levels nearly 6 inches below average for the year. Full story...
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Cumberland Co. barbers may improve clients' health

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Barbers in Cumberland County are helping clients stay healthy by talking with them about the risks of prostate cancer. Full story...
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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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