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Archive - Jan 2012

Wilmington ballpark plan could mean tax hike

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video City Council will consider negotiating with Mandalay Baseball Properties and the Atlanta Braves to explore a public/private partnership. That could mean an increase in taxes. Full story...
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Warren, Sykes square off again at first DSS Board meeting since ejections

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video The last time there was a DSS Board meeting in Brunswick County, Chairman Charles Warren tried to have fellow board member Pat Sykes arrested. The fallout from that December meeting has been extensive. It's led all the way to county commissioners attempting to remove Warren from that board and, in turn, Warren fighting them this week in court. Full story...
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McComas: Project Road Runner speeding along

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We're starting to get more details about a plan to bring a new industry to southeastern North Carolina. State Rep. Danny McComas (R-19th District) says the so-called Project Road Runner is good for the community, the region and the state. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Trot Nixon to be enshrined in Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame

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Trot Nixon is among the inductees in this year's class for the Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame. He joins local legends like Sonny Jurgenson, Roman Gabriel, Meadowlark Lemon and Althea Gibson in the Hall of Fame. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Boiling Spring Lakes subject of workplace violence complaint

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Boiling Spring Lakes is under the microscope after receiving a workplace violence complaint from the NC Department of Labor. Full story...
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Occupy Wilmington protester not guilty

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Occupy Wilmington has had its share of headlines, but not much trouble really, except for 16-year-old Shelby Lentz. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Three Wrightsville Beach Police officers under investigation

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Three Wrightsville Beach Police officers are on administrative leave and are the focus of an internal investigation, according to Chief Dan House. Full story...
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Shuler says he won't run for NC governor in 2012

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Another Democratic elected official has said no to running for North Carolina governor - this time US Rep. Heath Shuler. Full story...
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