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Archive - Feb 2012

Unemployment surges in Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen

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Unemployment was up in 93 of North Carolina's 100 counties during December, including four of five counties in our area, according to numbers released this morning by North Carolina Department of Commerce - Labor and Economic Analysis Division. Full story...
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UNC Charlotte hosts US diplomat George Mitchell

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A former U.S. senator and peace envoy to world trouble spots is reflecting about the Middle East for a North Carolina audience. Full story...
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Group to discuss plans to help Greenville workers

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A coalition that supports Greenville public works employees about their working conditions will discuss its plans to help the workers. Full story...
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Lawmakers hold meeting on NC sterilization program

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Two North Carolina lawmakers will take questions about whether the state should compensate thousands of people it surgically stopped from having children, and if so who should collect and how much. Full story...
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Durham schools resist new charter, lost funds

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A proposed charter school in Durham is being opposed by local public school leaders. Full story...
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Ballpark plan brings enthusiasm, skepticism

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video Could this be our field of dreams, and if we build it will they come? Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo thinks so. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Jan. 31

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video On Tuesday night we featured a buzzer beater on the local high school basketball scene. Click full story to see all of Tuesday's scores. Click play video to see Tuesday's sports. Full story...
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NC Senators ask why information in report of contaminated water at Camp Lejeune is missing

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Both North Carolina senators and other members of Congress want to know why information was removed from a report on drinking water contamination at Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Berger guilty of breaking protective order

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video Guilty. That's the verdict in a trial this morning for New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger. A judge found Berger did violate a protective order filed by his ex-girlfriend. Full story...
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Rep. Alice Bordsen will not seek re-election

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A North Carolina state House member says a decade is long enough in the General Assembly and she won't seek re-election. Full story...
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