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Archive - Sep 17, 2012

County votes to renovate 320 Chestnut St.

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New Hanover County Commissioners voted to breathe new life into the old administrative building at 320 Chestnut Street. The building has been empty since a water leak back in 2010. Full story...
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RASMUSSEN POLL: McCrory up 13 points

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Republican Pat McCrory has regained his double-digit advantage over Democratic Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton in the race to be North Carolina’s next governor. Full story...
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Dozens of service members become US citizens on Battleship NC

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video In Wilmington the USS North Carolina is a symbol of American freedom and liberty. Monday afternoon it became a source of pride for 78 members of the United States armed forces after it gave them a new country to call home. Full story...
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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW KYLE AND ALLEN?

How well do you know Kyle and Allen? They are known for being rather distant, and can be found in South Dakota.

Rocking chair duo back on NC political airwaves

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The rocking chair duo is back on the North Carolina political airwaves. Two memorable men who starred in ads critical of Sen. Elizabeth Dole in 2008 and supporting Sen. Richard Burr in 2010 are in another television commercial, this time paid for by the campaign of Republican 7th Congressional District candidate David Rouzer. Full story...
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‘Teen Mom’ Jenelle Evans moving to New Jersey

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“Teen Mom” couple Jenelle Evans and Kieffer Delp are moving to New Jersey. The MTV star has decided to leave North Carolina behind, and head up the coast. Full story...
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MacDonald returns to court in 'Fatal Vision' case

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video It's arguably one of North Carolina’s biggest murder trials of all time. Monday it was put back in the spotlight several decades after Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two little girls. Full story...
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Embattled UNC-Chapel Hill head Thorp to resign

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The chancellor who has run North Carolina's flagship public university is stepping down next year after multiple scandals that have erupted since he took office four years ago. Full story...
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