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WWAY's Thursday sports - March 28 -- Trot Nixon throws out historic pitch, Hammerheads camp & Gatorade bath at North BrunswickSubmitted by John Rendleman on Thu, 03/28/2013 - 11:32pm.READ MORE:
Thursday was an historic day at Coastal Christian High School. WWAY co-host and World Series champion Trot Nixon threw out the first pitch at the new ballpark. North Brunswick ushered in the Dustin Medlin era in baseball. It ended with a splash. Camp is dismissed for the Hammerheads. It sure was fun! Plus more! Full story...
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There was lots of EGG-citement this morning at Halyburton Park in Wilmington. It's where they held this year's Easter Egg Hunt. Our Easter Bunny George Elliott stopped by to get in on the fun and see what other great events the park has coming up in Explore with George. Full story...
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Curlicues bounced high from the heads of Azalea belles in the capital city Thursday as Gov. Pat McCrory signaled the official start of Wilmington's revered festival season. Full story...
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In tough economic times, Congressman Mike McIntyre says it's a "T" word that has kept us afloat. That "T" word is tourism Full story...
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Bridge work could mean slower traffic around Carolina Beach for Easter weekend, but it looks like you might be able to move a little faster if you're trying to get to Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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It was an emotional and exciting day for the Wilmington Fire Department. They hosted a luncheon in the hopes to raise the money needed for a memorial at Empie Park. The memorial will be to honor the seven Wilmington Firefighters who lost their lives serving the community and the 343 firemen that died on September 11, 2001. Full story...
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After losing her newborn twins in 2008, Rachel Crawford created a brand of teas that create emotional well-being...and can even help troops suffering with PTSD. Full story...