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Archive - Jul 2012

DOT announces location for proposed Military Cutoff Extension, Hampstead Bypass

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video The North Carolina Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans for the highly-debated Military Cutoff Extension and Hampstead Bypass in Pender and New Hanover County. Full story...
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New Hanover Regional Medical Center ranked among "Best Hospitals"

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US News & World Report's annual rankings of Best Hospitals recognizes NHRMC among the Best Hospitals in North Carolina and the Coastal Plain area. Full story...
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UPDATE: Boil water advisory rescinded

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CFPUA officials have issued a boil water advisory for residents living along Dobbs Street, Chappell Avenue and the 100 block of Rutledge Drive. Full story...
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Two arrested for embezzlement at Calabash dental office

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Deputies with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Investigative Unit have arrested two women on embezzlement charges. Full story...
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Boys & Girls Homes of NC and Thompson Child & Family Focus to unite programs

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Two nonprofitagencies – Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina,Inc. (Lake Waccamaw-based) and Thompson Child & Family Focus (Charlotte-based)– have entered into a partnership that expands regional access to mental healthand child welfare community services aimed at improving the lives of vulnerablechildren and families. Full story...
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Leland set to hear appeals for fired officers

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Leland Town Manager David Hollis says he will hear the appeals of three fired police officers next week. Full story...
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Man accused of killing Lumberton police officer had child in car

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video Marques Brown, 27, had a small child in a car seat in his vehicle when Brown shot and killed Master Patrol Officer Jeremiah Goodson, according to Captain Johnny Barnes with the Lumberton Police Department. Full story...
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Duke Energy chairman to appear before Fla. PSC

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State utility regulators are looking for answers to the question of how the merger of Progress Energy and Duke Energy will affect Florida consumers. Full story...
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