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Archive - Apr 12, 2012

Wilmington looks to Hall of Famer Ripken to lead ballpark project

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It looks like Wilmington City Council knows who it wants to lead its ballpark plan. The agenda for Tuesday night's City Council meeting includes two ordinances to hire and pay Ripken Design of Baltimore, MD. Full story...
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Queen Azalea moved by Wilmington's hospitality

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video "I love Wilmington," Queen Azalea Ericka Dunlap said. "I'm going to make it my second home." Dunlap was Miss America 2004 and a contestant on "The Amazing Race." Her reign and her game took her all over the world, but she says nothing compares to her reign over the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Supporters to petition Wrightsville Beach for smoking ban

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video Although a smoking ban in Wrightsville Beach was snuffed out a month ago, the fight is not over yet. Supporters of the ban say they are sick of butts on the beach, so they found a loophole in town law to revive their cause. Full story...
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Bladenboro police arrest suspect in March shooting

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Bladenboro police arrested Elijah Caval Davis, 20, of Lumberton and charged him with Attempted First Degree Murder. He is being held in the Bladen county jail under a $250,000 secured bond. Full story...
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Man arrested for impersonating EMS worker

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The Bladen County Sheriff's Office says Daniel Trey Horne, 24, of 33 Rosemont Lane Clarkton was arrested and charged with impersonating an EMS employee on March 23rd. Full story...
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CFPUA fined for Barnards Creek sewage spill

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The North Carolina Division of Water Quality has fined the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority for a sewage spill back in January. Full story...
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NC safety campaign nabs 13,000 speeding drivers

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The Governor's Highway Safety Program says state and local police across North Carolina caught nearly 13,500 lead-footed drivers during a weeklong effort to reduce speeding. Full story...
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Area native killed in Hawaii hit-and-run

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A Cape Fear native has been killed in a hit-and-run collision in Hawaii. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reports Brody Winslow died in the accident Wednesday in Hilo. Full story...
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Bring 'Bully' to Wilmington

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Wilmington police are asking residents to participate in a contest to bring an anti-bullying documentary to Wilmington. Vote now to bring the film to the Port City. Full story...
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