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Archive - Nov 3, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - November 3

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videoOn Sunday UNCW continued its domination in exhibition games with its 26th consecutive preseason victory following an easy 92-51 decision over NCAA Division III Methodist Sunday at Trask Coliseum. The UNCW volleyball team also won. We had highlights from both of those games on WWAY. The Cape Fear Community College women's soccer team captured the Region X title on Sunday. The Carolina Panthers were victorious. Week 11 of the high school football season will wrap up on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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Suspect faces felony charges after shots fired at 7th and Wright streets

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videoA man is in custody and at least one car has been hit after shots fired this morning in the 700 block of 7th and Wright streets. Wilmington Police say the ShotSpotter system picked up four shots at 9 a.m. Full story...
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Polish festival celebrates culture

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videoSt. Stanislaus Catholic Church off of Castle Hayne Road hosted the 16th Annual Polish Festival this weekend. Hundreds of people lined up for the tasty polish food like perogies and kielbasa. Full story...
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Food trucks face off for crowd favorite

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videoDinner was served a little differently at TRUCK-a-ROO this Saturday in Downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Thousands flock to opening weekend of the Cape Fear Fair and Expo

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From animals to delicious fried delights, and of course rides for kids of all ages and sizes, this year's Cape Fear Fair and Expo is fun for everyone. Full story...
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Man waiting to light old quarantine platform that killed wife last year

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videoEd pierce planned to light an old quarantine platform in the Cape Fear River near Southport this weekend, but his attorney says he needs to file the appropriate paperwork before installing the lights. Full story...
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Tallis Chamber Orchestra holds concert featuring Wilmington Harpist

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videoIn downtown Wilmington, melodies filled the air while audience members filled the seats of St. Paul's Episcopal Church for a special free concert. The Tallis Chamber Orchestra featuring Wilmington harpist Christina Brier performed at the church earlier today. Full story...
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