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Archive - Feb 5, 2013

StarNews: State moves ahead on cold storage facility at port

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videoA new cold storage facility at the Port of Wilmington could help North Carolina catch up to its surrounding states while creating about 110 jobs. Full story...
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StarNews: New Hanover school board approves marine science academy

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videoTo Ashley High School teacher Sandra Cecelski, marine science is about more than "fish and whales and things." And with the creation of a new marine science-focused academy in New Hanover County Schools, she's going to help students dive into the subject. Full story...
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Hall of Fame class for 2013 announced

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Kenny Gattison, Thell Overman, Glenn Sasser and Maggie Will will be inducted into the Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame in May on the campus of UNC Wilmington. Full story...
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National Weatherperson Day meets National Pancake Day

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videoFree pancakes were given out in force at IHOP for their National Pancake Day. Since it was National Weatherperson Day too, our Tim Buckley went along for a taste. Full story...
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City Council meets to discuss adding law enforcement

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video Wilmington City Council will consider an ordinance requesting more than 300- thousand dollars to create a mobile field force within the Wilmington Police Department. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Lindsey Reiner, Eaton Elementary School

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video Technology isn't just important within classrooms, these days it's how teachers can keep in touch with parents. Full story...
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Officials say incense to blame for two separate fires

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video New details on two fires in New Hanover County yesterday. Officials say that the same thing is to blame for both incidents. Full story...
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New Hanover County Seeking Applicants for Boards & Committees

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New Hanover County has many new opportunities for volunteer citizens who want to become more involved with issues that affect the future of the county. Full story...
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CFCC Basic Law Enforcement Training graduation

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video It was a big night last night for some college students in the Port City. The Basic Law Enforcement Training Class graduated from Cape Fear Community College and they have a lot to be proud of. Full story...
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