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Archive - Mar 2012

Democratic candidates for governor talk Education in first debate

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The leading Democratic candidates for North Carolina governor did little to differentiate themselves on the public schools during a forum sponsored by local education administrators. Full story...
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Drug bust yields dozens of arrests

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Thursday morning's Operation March Madness yielded dozens of arrests. The operation was a result of agents who have worked numerous controlled substance violation cases in Brunswick County. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Coudriet named New Hanover Co. Manager; Replaces Shell

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video New Hanover county leaders named a new county manager Thursday. Current Assistant County Manager, Chris Coudriet, will succeed Bruce Shell this summer. Full story...
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Titan permit officially 'final'

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Division of Air Quality spokesman Tom Mather said the state permit for Titan America's Carolinas Cement Plant became final today at the end of a 30-day period from when it was approved. Full story...
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3 Tar Heels leave Chapel Hill early for the NBA

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Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Kendall Marshall will enter the NBA draft. Their collegiate careers ended last week at the Midwest Regional against Kansas. Full story...
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Group against tax-funded ballpark halfway to petition goal

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A group against using tax money to build a ballpark in Wilmington will take its petition campaign door-to-door. The group says it has almost half of the 2,900 signatures needed to introduce an ordinance to Wilmington City Council. Full story...
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Kadeem Allen named first team all-state

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New Hanover senior Kadeem Allen has earned first team all-state honors in high school basketball. He's also the co-player of the year. Allen and the New Hanover Wildcats won the 4-A state title earlier this month in Raleigh. Full story...
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WPD makes bust, but heroin big problem in Port City

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video Wilmington Police say $150,000 of heroin never made it to the Port City's streets. Investigators say this latest drug bust has made a huge dent in the local drug trade. The 7,500 bags of heroin came in from out of state to be delivered to our city's streets. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Fire on board delays Diligence departure

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A last-minute change in plans for the Coast Guard Cutter Diligence this morning. It was scheduled to leave on a new mission, but a problem on board will keep the ship in port. Full story...
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NRC schedules meeting with Global Nuclear Fuel

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission wants to meet with a Wilmington company about an apparent violation. The NRC has scheduled a pre-decisional enforcement conference with Global Nuclear Fuel for April 4 to discuss an apparent violation of NRC requirements related to an issue with the company's criticality warning system. Full story...
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