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Archive - May 21, 2012

Despite protests, old oak tree cut down

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Many locals are upset because a beloved tree is now gone. The large oak on the corner of Greenville Avenue and Oleander Drive had to be removed today because half of it was dead. Crews say the tree split in half when they cut it revealing a rotten core. Full story...
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TONIGHT ONLY ON 3: Wilmington man fights for child ex never told him he had

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A Wilmington man was shocked to find out he had a baby that had been put up for adoption. More than a year later, Greg Johns is fighting a losing battle to get custody of the now 18-month-old boy. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. deputies arrest man with thousands of pieces of drug paraphernalia, synthetic pot

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Brunswick County Sheriff's deputies have charged a man for allegedly trying to sell synthetic marijuana and thousands of pieces of drug paraphernalia. Full story...
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Run-off for primary races slated for July 17

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The May 8 primary decided all the match-ups for local political races in our area in November's general election, but for a handful of statewide races where a winner was not decided, a second primary will be held July 17. Full story...
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Brunswick deputies arrest man for weekend shooting near Supply

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One man is in jail in connection with a shooting near Supply over the weekend. Jonathan Cortes Molina, 28, of Shallotte, is charged with discharging a weapon into occupied property. Full story...
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KKK fliers promote cross burning in Reidsville

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Police in Reidsville are investigating some fliers that invite people to a cross-burning. Full story...
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BY GEORGE: Are You Tired After A Large Meal?

One belief is that heavy consumption of turkey (as for example in a Thanksgiving feast) which has been attributed to high levels of tryptophan contained in turkey.