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Archive - Apr 7, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - April 7

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videoOn Sunday the Wilmington Sea Dawgs lost the 2013 basketball season opener at Blizzard Athletics, the new home of the Dawgs. Former New Hanover basketball standout Kadeem Allen made the Juco All-America team. On Sunday the UNCW baseball team held off Davidson. It was the 23rd win of the season for Mark Scalf's squad. Plus more! Full story...
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'93 baseball state champs to be honored

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videoWWAY 5th Quarter co-host Trot Nixon will be one of many honorees at Friday's New Hanover baseball game. The 1993 state champion New Hanover baseball squad will be recognized at the upcoming New Hanover-Laney showdown. Full story...
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StarNews announces digital subscriptions

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For more than 146 years, the StarNews has been the news leader in Southeastern North Carolina. Our reporters and editors are regularly honored with state, regional and national awards for quality journalism. They are recognized for in-depth local coverage, investigative reporting and innovative approaches to bringing you the latest news, business, sports and culture. Full story...
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Paws 4 People hosts race at UNCW

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videoPaws 4 People held its 5th annual 5k, 10k and 1 mile fun walk at UNCW this weekend. WWAY's very own Tim Buckley served as the event's master of ceremonies Sunday morning. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: William A. French House

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videoThis year's Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour includes a beautiful home on S. 4th Street. With plenty of shade and porches, the William A. French House is ready for any season. Full story...
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Spring temperatures hit in time for Azalea Festival

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videoSpringtime temperatures have arrived just in time for Azalea Festival. Full story...
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BY GEORGE: Danger in a rip

I don’t know how many people know this, but rip currents, on average, kill more people each year across the U.S.