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Archive - Jul 14, 2012

Hammerheads fall on road again; Sharks win fourth straight

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads have struggled all season on the road. Saturday night was the same ole story, yet Andriy Budnyy did manage to electrify the night with the shot of the season against Charleston..... The Wilmington Sharks are on a roll. They won their fourth straight game of the second half of the season on Saturday. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: NFL player and East Bladen grad Desmond Bryant aims to inspire kids at football camp

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It’s no doubt that kids look up to professional athletes, but that admiration only increases when the star has been in their shoes. NFL player and Bladen County native Desmond Bryant held a free football camp on his old stomping grounds Saturday. Full story...
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New Hanover grad turned NFL player Jay Ross holds free football camp

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The Cape Fear produces lots of great athletes who are also great people. NFL player Jay Ross is one of them. Saturday, Ross held his annual free football camp at the Martin Luther King center in Wilmington. Full story...
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Goodyear plant in NC may shut down for a week

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The Goodyear tire plant in Fayetteville may shut down for a week in August to reduce its inventory in the slow economy. Full story...
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5 NC congressmen want stamp for John Hope Franklin

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Five North Carolina congressmen are among those calling for a stamp to honor the life of John Hope Franklin, the famous African-American historian who taught at Duke University. Full story...
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Pasta company to open facility in Forest City

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A California company that makes international foods that include organic and gluten-free varieties will open its new East Coast manufacturing operation in Forest City, creating more than 300 jobs over the next three years. Full story...
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Water main leak closes road

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According to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, the 6400 block of Eagles Nest Drive in Wilmington was temporarily closed while CFPUA crews worked on a water main leak Saturday. Full story...
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