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Archive - May 2012

ILM encourages early check-in during security updates

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Work to update security technology at Wilmington International Airport could mean some slowdowns getting through TSA screeners for a while. Full story...
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Wilmington 10 seek pardons from Perdue

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video Ten North Carolina youths sent to prison in the 1970s who became known as the Wilmington 10 are seeking pardons of innocence from Gov. Bev Perdue before she leaves office this year. Full story...
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Cameron family may donate land for ballpark

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A prominent Wilmington family may offer a large parcel of land off Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway as the site of a new ballpark for an Atlanta Braves-owned Carolina League team. Full story...
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Coast Guard rescues boaters near Wrightsville Beach

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The Coast Guard rescued four after their 20-foot boat began taking on water approximately ten miles off the coast of Wrightsville Beach Wednesday. Full story...
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Charlotte seeks AG ruling on amendment, benefits

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Charlotte city leaders are asking the state attorney general to decide whether it's OK to offer same-sex partner benefits in light of the constitutional amendment that defines marriage solely as a union between a man and a woman. Full story...
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SC GOP volunteers head north to NC help party

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orth Carolina's Republican Party is getting a little help from its friends. South Carolina GOP Chairman Chad Connelly says he's pledging 1,000 volunteers to work phones, knock on doors and register voters in North Carolina. Full story...
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Old Dominion leaving CAA for Conference USA

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Old Dominion is leaving the Colonial Athletic Association and joining Conference USA. School President John R. Broderick said in a release Thursday that the move will be effective July 1, 2013. Full story...
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More than 40 apply for CFCC president

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Cape Fear Community College is moving closer to finding a new president. The CFCC Presidential Search Committee met on May 16 and were tasked to review two dozen applications and rank the top 12. Full story...
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