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Archive - Oct 12, 2012

Hometown hero Butler laid to rest

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video A hometown hero was laid to rest today in the Port City. This morning, hundreds of family, friends and supporters came out to pay their respects to Sgt. T.J. Butler. Though his death was a shock to those who knew him, it was clear today that Sgt. Butler's sacrifice not go unnoticed. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. detectives warn of scams targeting elderly

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video People are working hard these days, and most areas of the economy are looking better than they have in the past few years. One group following the money, especially in retirement areas, are scammers. Full story...
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Forest's camp cites Myrick's cancer in slamming ad

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The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor is upset that a state employees' union is running a commercial he says is disrespectful to his mother, US Rep. Sue Myrick. Full story...
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Wilmington accidentally takes down pro-ballpark signs

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Wilmington city leaders are saying "oops." The Chamber of Commerce says city employees accidentally removed dozens of political signs supporting the ballpark bond referendum. Full story...
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This Day in NC History: Thalian Hall opens

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On October 12, 1858, Thalian Hall in Wilmington opened with a gala celebration. Long a cultural and political center of Wilmington, Thalian Hall’s origins lie in the Thalian Association, a theatrical company organized in 1788 that took its name from Thalia, the Greek muse of comedy. Full story...
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Crowds turn out to support fallen soldier, family

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video People crowded Market Street outside First Baptist Church in Wilmington today during Sgt. T.J. Butler's funeral. Supporters from near and far lined the street to show respect for the fallen soldier and his family. His story hit close to home for many of them. Full story...
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Highway Patrol investigating fatal crash on NC 53

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Highway Patrol is investigating after one person was killed in a head-on crash this afternoon on N.C. 53 west of Bell Williams Rd. in Pender County. Full story...
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Former UNC President has died at 92

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Former University of North Carolina President Bill Friday has died. He was 92. Friday's personal assistant Virginia Taylor said Friday that the giant in North Carolina education died in his sleep at his Chapel Hill home. Full story...
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Oktoberfest benefits local charity

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video Oktoberfest benefits local breast cancer patients. Full story...
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Poplar Grove Plantation Halloween Festival underway

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video Poplar Grove Plantation's Halloween Festival has fun and spooky activities for all ages, and you can watch a full, live interview with real actors for a sneak peak of the festivities. Full story...
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