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Archive - Nov ___, 2012

ACC presidents vote to add Louisville as member

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video The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced its presidents and chancellors have unanimously voted to add Louisville as the replacement for Maryland. Full story...
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Charlotte to host Republican National Committee

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Charlotte hosted the Democratic National Convention earlier this year. Next year, Charlotte will host the Republican National Committee. Full story...
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Today's headlines from 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice'

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video Get a sneak peek at the November 28, 2012 headlines from the 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice' before picking up a copy at newstands. Full story...
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Pet Pals: Cat needs loving home

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videoIf you're looking for the perfect companion to cuddle up with this winter, there are plenty of pets up for adoption at New Hanover County Animal Services. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Nov. 27

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videoOn Tuesday on WWAY we checked out the home opener of the 4-A defending state champion New Hanover Wildcats. Tuesday marked the beginning of the Nathan Faulk era at Laney High School. Tuesday also marked the final game for Coastal Christian at their current basketball facility. The Centurions move into a new gym on Friday.

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CFEDC addresses economic impact of Titan

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videoThe Titan Cement plant has been billed as a jobs creator for the Cape Fear region, but to this point no concrete studies had been performed to back that statement up. That is until the Cape Fear Economic Development Council stepped in and commissioned a study. Full story...
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Electrolux moves washer, dryer R&D to NC from Iowa

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Appliance maker Electrolux is moving 80 jobs in its division developing better clothes washers and dryers from Iowa to its North American headquarters in North Carolina. Full story...
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National debt group launches NC lobbying effort

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Two former North Carolina governors say everyone's going to have to make some sacrifices for America's leaders to find a pathway to reduce the national debt that also brings long-term growth and stability. Full story...
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