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New Hanover recycling site closes down

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videoA recycling site on North College Road has closed down and residents who've relied on it aren't too happy about why it was closed. Full story...
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Can social networking save the environment?

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videoResearchers are using the popularity and power of Facebook to get young people involved in the issue of climate change. Full story...
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Buckets' visit to St. Mary a slam dunk

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videoHarlem Globetrotter Buckets Blakes stopped by Jack Knott's first grade class. Jack and his classmates compared shoe sizes and learned how to do a few tricks with the basketball. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Problem filing taxes

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videoWith April 15th a little more than a month away, many of you are busy getting your tax returns ready for the IRS. A Brunswick County woman paid a tax preparer to do her returns, and did not catch a mistake they made until it was too late.

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Cape Fear Pride looks at prize winning publication

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videoCape Fear Pride takes us to a very proud moment in Columbus County history. Central Middle Schoolers, Carly and Margaret High, give us the scoop on a prize winning publication. Full story...
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Police emphasize driving violations

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videoLieutenant Blanton said the traffic on Masonboro Loop Road backs up every day right around the morning rush, leaving some drivers looking to save a few minutes by taking a shortcut down Jasper Road, which is in part a private road. Full story...
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62nd Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival: April 1-5, 2009

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The 62nd Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival will be held April 1-5, 2009 in the greater Wilmington area. The Festival is a celebration of Wilmington’s exceptional artwork, gardens, rich history and culture during its five days of entertainment that includes: a parade, street fair, circus, concerts, pageantry, and all that is Southern. Full story...
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NC agency says Jan. jobless rate hit 9.7 percent

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North Carolina's unemployment jumped in January to the highest rate in more than a quarter century, hitting 9.7 percent. Full story...
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NC real estate appraiser pleads guilty in fraud

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A North Carolina real estate appraiser has pleaded guilty to a federal charge for his role in a mortgage fraud case involving about $15 million in loans. Full story...
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NC job agency organizes slate of career fairs

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A workshop on how ex-convicts can find a job in this tough economy is part of a steady stream of events trying to connect North Carolina's unemployed workers to companies with jobs to fill. Full story...
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NC Commission to discuss reimbursing crime victims

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A state commission may pay out about $1.4 million to reimburse crime victims for out-of-pocket expenses they incurred related to crimes committed against them. Full story...
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Wilmington's own Spokesmen fighting for national championship

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videoA Wilmington-based basketball squad is just days away from competing in the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. Full story...
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Drivers causing traffic issues in the Masonboro Loop area

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The Wilmington Police Department wants to raise awareness about a traffic issue in the Masonboro Loop area. Full story...
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Man threatens to jump from downtown Wilmington building

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Around 4:30 p.m., police closed off a couple blocks of Front Street after a man threatened to jump from the top of the Murchison Building, on the corner of Front and Chestnut streets. Full story...
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Local leaders meet with members of Congress in DC

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videoThis week county leaders from around our area are in the nation's capital. Bacon and eggs were on the breakfast menu for Congressman Mike McIntyre Tuesday at the new US Capitol Visitors Center in Washington, but there's little doubt the subject on the mind of the county leaders from southeastern North Carolina is trimming the fat from their budgets. Full story...
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