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Archive - Mar 10, 2014

Vote on permit for Porters Neck project put on hold

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video A technicality delayed a request for a special-use permit to build a mixed-use project near Porters Neck Road and Market Street, adjacent to the Lowe's Home Improvement store. Full story...
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Public input meeting about Water Street Parking Deck Wednesday

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videoWilmington City Council will hold a meeting Wednesday evening to get public input on a proposal for redeveloping the Water Street Parking deck. Full story...
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FIT MINUTE - Incorporate balancing moves into your workout

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videoWhen you work out, you probably do the three common types of exercise. Maybe you'll do some cardio, then some strength training and finish with stretching. But, there is a fourth one, balancing, that not many people do. If you want to stay mobile your entire life, you'll want to improve your balance. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Apple Pie Oatmeal

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videoWhat happens when you combine a breakfast favorite with a dessert favorite? Alicia Ross shows us in this week's Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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It's a hit - Wilmington Senior Softball season about to start

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videoIt's time to sign up for senior softball. The Wilmington Senior Softball Association is ready to spring forward with another year of "play ball". Full story...
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Wilmington charter school gets more time to boost enrollment

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videoDouglass Academy's doors will remain open for now, despite not having enough students. The Office of Charter Schools voted to suggest to the State Board to waive this year's enrollment numbers. Full story...
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Judge won't dismiss general's sex assault charges

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A military judge has declined to dismiss sexual assault charges against an Army general. Judge Col. James Pohl on Monday offered the defense team to let a different commanding general and prosecutors consider a plea deal that was previously rejected. Full story...
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Football players take snap at small screen role

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videoHollywood East got down and dirty today at Legion Stadium as football players became aspiring actors and went long to snag a spot on a TV pilot shooting in Wilmington. Full story...
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Exec: Screen Gems committed to Wilmington despite Miami expansion

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videoScreen Gems is expanding down south. EUE/Screen Gems Studios already has facilities in New York, Atlanta and, of course, Wilmington. And in about 15 months, it will have yet another studio in Miami. Full story...
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Cape Fear gets 24th seed in NJCAA Tourney

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The Cape Fear Community College men's basketball team will be the 24th seed out of 24 teams in next week's NJCAA Tournament. Cape Fear will face South Plains on the first day of the six day event. Full story...
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'Secrets & Lies' looking for extras for Wednesday shoot

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"Secrets & Lies" is looking for some men to be extras for a shoot Wednesday. The show is looking for five men to play different roles. Full story...
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No charges filed in viral dog photo case

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videoNo charges will be filed against anyone involved in a viral photo that showed a dog hanging from a leash at a New Hanover County dog grooming business. Full story...
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City forgot debris in backyards after ice storms; clean-up will cost twice as much

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videoThe cost to clean up debris from last month's ice storm will cost the City of Wilmington more than twice as much as expected. According to a news release, the city has doubled its estimate of how much debris needs to be picked up. Full story...
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Mark Little steps down as West Columbus football coach

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videoMark Little has turned in his resignation as head football coach and athletics director at West Columbus High School after two years in Cerro Gordo. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: $100,000 Jay Garner report recommends free internet, pharmacy school; Leaves out film, tourism, arts and history

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The Jay Garner Report, tasked with finding ways to grow the area's economy and recently delivered to New Hanover County and other local leaders, says aircraft assembly, life and marine sciences, high value office operations and precision manufacturing are the keys to making the area more viable for new companies to move here. Full story...
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