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Electric manufacturer expands western NC plant

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An Arkansas electric manufacturer says it will expand an existing plant in western North Carolina. Full story...
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Scores of teachers to get job offers in NC county

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A North Carolina school system plans to offer jobs to more than 600 teachers whose contracts weren't renewed earlier this year. Full story...
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NC police find meth lab in motel

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Police in a North Carolina city are seeking two people suspected of operating a methamphetamine lab in a motel room. Police also said a fire from the operation severely damaged the room. Full story...
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Union votes on contract at Smithfield plant in NC

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Workers at the world's largest pork slaughterhouses in rural North Carolina are deciding on a contract offer from a Smithfield Foods subsidiary. Full story...
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New laws include license-free hunting for military

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A new budget year starting in North Carolina brings with it several new laws. The fiscal year starting Tuesday doesn't yet have a state budget, but from this day state government takes over completely the Medicaid cost-sharing payments that counties paid for decades. Full story...
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Keeping off the weight after tying the knot

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Every summer, love is in the air as brides and grooms prepare to walk down the aisle. When they get married, they gain a life partner. But in many cases, that is not all they gain. Full story...
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Hammerheads Defeat Chicago Fire in US Open Cup Soccer

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads hosted the Chicago Fire Tuesday night at Legion Stadium. It was a third round match in the annual US Open Cup Soccer Tournament, pitting the Hammerheads against a team from Major League Soccer. Full story...
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Flag flies again at Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department

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Old Glory is proudly flying once again outside the Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department. The North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce presented the fire department with a brand new flag and flag pole Tuesday night. Full story...
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WPD honors retirees

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videoNine employees of the Wilmington Police Department were honored at their retirement ceremony Tuesday. Between them, they have almost 200 years of service with the department. Full story...
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Pandora's Box found to be violating city ordinance

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The city zoning board just wrapped up a hearing to determine the fate of Pandora’s Box in Wilmington. The city cited the business for being in violation of zoning ordinances, despite the fact Pandora’s Box has been licensed and operating on Oleander Drive for years. Full story...
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Travel down according to AAA

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videoThousands of people will be flocking to our coast for Independence Day, but AAA says travel is still not where it was a year ago. AAA blames sagging finances and rising unemployment rate for fewer people choosing to go on vacation. Full story...
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Last tree still standing, but with no one in it

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videoSince last Wednesday, Charlie Joyce Jr. has been sitting in an oak tree intermittently, in an attempt to save it from the chainsaws. On Tuesday, nearly a week later, the branches were bare. Joyce climbed down to go to work, but not before airport officials filed a lawsuit. Full story...
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Man may have passed out behind wheel before accident

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A four-vehicle crash on Market Street near Cardinal Drive left one man dead and several others injured on Monday afternoon. It is possible that the man killed in the accident may have passed out behind the wheel. Full story...
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Southport signs on state property violating law

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Business owners hope some controversial signs in Southport will attract plenty of visitor attention. According to the city, some businesses have their signs on state property, which according to North Carolina law is illegal. Full story...
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Southport hopes Fourth of July Festival boosts economy

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videoFor Southport visitors, the weekend will be all about flags, fireworks, and fun. For business owners, the first week in July is all about the economic boom. Full story...
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