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Archive - Sep 11, 2012

Public access to Sutton Lake closed briefly for film shoot

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Public access to Sutton Lake in Wilmington will be closed temporarily two times over the next week to support the filming of outdoor scenes for the new series, Revolution. Full story...
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With four months left in office, Governor Perdue heads to Japan for conference

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Gov. Bev Perdue and N.C. Department of Commerce Secretary Keith Crisco have departed for Japan to lead a delegation to the high-profile Southeast U.S./Japan Annual Joint Meeting in Tokyo. Full story...
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CFPUA to begin smoke testing sewer lines

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Crews with Cape Fear Public Utility Authority will begin smoke testing operations on targeted areas of the sanitary sewer system beginning Wednesday (weather permitting). Notices were delivered to properties located in the affected area on Monday. Testing will start on Wednesday and will be conducted between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. through Friday. Full story...
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Boil water advisory in Carolina Beach after water main break

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Water customers in Carolina Beach are advised to boil their water after a water main break last night. It happened in the 900 block of Tarboro Avenue and Dow Road. Full story...
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UNC-Chapel Hill official resigns amid travel probe

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A longtime University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill fundraiser has resigned amid questions about his travel expenses. Full story...
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Flags lowered for Sept. 11, NC trooper's death

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Flags are being lowered in North Carolina for two days this week to recall the 2001 terrorist attacks and the death of a state trooper killed in the line of duty last weekend. Full story...
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NC's military marks the 11th anniversary of 9/11

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North Carolina's military is remembering the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with events at Fort Bragg and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Full story...
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Family signs line roads to welcome Marines home

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Families of deployed Marines are busy painting their hearts out to make welcome signs as their fighters come back from Afghanistan and Iraq. Full story...
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