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Archive - Feb 17, 2012

Wilmington man pleads guilty to federal child porn charge

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A Wilmington man has pleaded guilty to a federal child pornography charge. Matthew Bryan Warford entered the plea to transportation of child pornography yesterday at the federal courthouse in New Bern. Full story...
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SUV hit tree at 80 mph

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Wilmington Police say the driver of the SUV that crashed into a tree Monday night was driving 85 mph through the neighborhood. The speed limit is 25 mph. Full story...
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City to spend big for ballpark, hotel legal fees

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Wilmington City Council will vote Tuesday to spend more than $150,000 for fees associated with negotiations for a ballpark and Convention Center hotel. The city also looks to budget $430,000 for legal fees on the two projects next year. Full story...
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Caterpillar to build plant in Georgia, create 4,200 jobs

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Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal confirmed that Caterpillar plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Georgia, a project company officials say will create more than 4,200 US jobs. Full story...
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Block of Chestnut Street closed through Monday for work

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Road work will keep a Wilmington street closed through the weekend. Crews were scheduled to close Chestnut Street between 3rd and 4th Street starting at 7 a.m. The closure is expected to last through the end of the day Monday. Full story...
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NC lottery to close books on 12 scratch-off games

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The N.C. Education Lottery is taking a dozen instant scratch-off games out of circulation at the end of the month. Full story...
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Money provided to clean French Broad River in NC

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Transylvania County commissioners have approved money to remove debris clogging the French Broad River. Full story...
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Fayetteville mayor withdrawing proclamation

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Fayetteville Mayor Tony Chavonne says he didn't know much about the group when he issued a proclamation for Moorish American week in the city. Full story...
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