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Archive - Feb 20, 2013

DAK Americas might close Navassa plant

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videoDAK Americas is considering shutting down its plant in Navassa, the company said Wednesday. The Brunswick County plant employs 350 full-time employees as well as another 250 contract workers. Full story...
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NCDOT to hold public hearings on proposed ferry toll rates

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The NC Department of Transportation will hold two public meetings about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes, including the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry. Full story...
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Wilmington asks for no left turns near Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge

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Traffic near Wrightsville Beach may have another obstacle. The City of Wilmington has asked the state to temporarily keep drivers from turning left onto and off of Airlie Road. Full story...
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Scammers claim they're raising money for Brunswick Co. Sheriff

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Office says scammers are targeting victims by claiming to be raising money for the sheriff's office. Full story...
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BUCKLEY'S BLOG: It's only a matter of time

Winter's made a valient stand here in the month of February, but soon enough - it will meet its match.

Kids activities delivered to your door

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video Kiwi Crate is a fairly new company with a goal to simplify life for busy parents. By shipping crafts and science projects right to your door...for a price. Check it out to see if the convenience outweighs the cost. Full story...
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NC museum to display Ann McCrory's inaugural gown

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North Carolina first lady Ann McCrory is turning over her inaugural gown to the NC Museum of History, which will include it in an exhibition about governors and their spouses. Full story...
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Caravan supporting Filipino workers stopping in NC

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A national caravan traveling from New York to New Orleans in supports of Filipino migrant workers who have died or suffered injuries while working for Grand Isle Shipyard will stop in Chapel Hill. Full story...
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