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Archive - 2012

Man bites dog: WPD K9 recovers after attack

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video It's a real life story of man bites dog, and it has a valued member of the Wilmington Police Department at home with his paws up recovering. Full story...
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Ben David sworn in as NC DA Assoc. president

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The top prosecutor for New Hanover and Pender Counties is now the president of the North Carolina District Attorneys Association. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Leland store owner, manager charged with trademark violations

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The owner and manager of a Leland business have been charged with felony use of a counterfeit trademark. Full story...
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Paving work could cause delays between Leland and Wilmington

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Travelers driving between Wilmington and Leland could experience delays at night for the next few weeks. The Department of Transportation is paving US 17/74/76/421 from the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge and the Thomas Rhodes Bridge in New Hanover County to the bridge over Alligator Creek in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Three Carolina Beach sites certified as NC Clean Marinas

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Three Carolina Beach sites have been certified as North Carolina Clean Marinas, according to the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Clean Marina is a designation given to marinas that exceed the state’s environmental regulations. Full story...
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NC Senate panel wants more info on highway letter

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A Senate committee is investigating a letter that a senator received from the North Carolina Department of Transportation about funding for two highway toll projects that turned out to be false. Full story...
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Missing Wilmington woman found

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New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Detectives have located a woman who was missing for more than one week. Full story...
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Audit questions use of state car by ALE chief

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An audit says the head of a state law enforcement agency used his government car and gas card to make his weekly commute from Raleigh to his home outside Asheville, a round trip of more than 500 miles. Full story...
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