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Archive - Jan 10, 2013

CFCC remembers student killed downtown

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video Cape Fear Community College hosted an open forum today in memory of Josh Proutey. The forum allowed students and faculty to remember and honor Proutey. The college also provided counseling with those grieving the loss of a fellow student. Full story...
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Film Commission's directory helping area business cash in on Hollywood

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video When productions from all over the country descend on Wilmington to film, they need more than just beautiful locations to shoot. That's a need the Wilmington Regional Film Commission is looking to fill with its new Support Services Directory. Full story...
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NC panel wants focus on curbing prescription abuse

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A panel says North Carolina legislators and Gov. Pat McCrory should look at ways to curb prescription drug abuse so deaths among youths can be prevented. Full story...
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Army soldier sent to prison for stealing $100,000

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An Army soldier based at Fort Bragg is heading to prison for stealing bundles of cash while on deployment to Afghanistan. Full story...
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NC Cabinet members get salary bump from McCrory

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Cabinet secretaries in North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's administration are getting salary bumps thanks to latitude from the Legislature. Full story...
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NC inauguration is hub for 3 days of celebrations

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Pat McCrory has been North Carolina's governor for almost a week, but the celebrations are hardly over. Full story...
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NC school board sets virtual charter school rules

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North Carolina's state school board is setting ground rules for education entrepreneurs who want to offer online-only classes to public school students whose parents opt out of existing classrooms. Full story...
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NC schools take preventative steps after Newtown

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The Connecticut school massacre is leading North Carolina's school board to look again at steps aimed at keeping safe 1.5 million public school students and more than 100,000 educators. Full story...
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