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Flood insurance issues cause NC officials to write

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Two North Carolina state officials want flood insurance claims adjusters to return to areas damaged by Hurricane Irene to ensure home and business inspections are performed adequately so claims can be paid quickly. Full story...
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NC has slow reading, math gains on US average

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North Carolina students are right about average on math and reading test results. The report released Tuesday from the National Assessment of Educational Progress show the state's schools are making slow progress on improving test scores compared to other states. Full story...
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NC infant mortality rate lowest in state history

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North Carolina's infant mortality rate fell to a historic low last year, thanks in part to a huge reduction in child deaths among black residents. Full story...
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New Leland Town Manager gets to work

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video Today is day one for Leland's new Town Manager. With the controversy surrounding the town, we wanted to know how David Hollis plans to hit the ground running in his new position. Full story...
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Burlington teen keeps faith after diving accident at White Lake

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Horner’s family spent several days at White Lake in August. Year after year, the Horners and their extended family would return to the lake to enjoy time with each other and the friends they’ve made. It was in the afternoon that Horner sprinted before diving off the pier. His head hit the bottom of the lake. Full story...
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Pennsylvania company gets job to fix Wrightsville Beach bridge

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation has hired a Pennsylvania company to do work on the bridge to Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. Schools gets new website

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New Hanover County Schools has launched its updated website with a completely redesigned new look. Full story...
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Study: ADHD drugs don't raise heart risks for kids

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Doctors say that Ritalin and similar medicines that millions of children and teens take to curb hyperactivity and boost attention do not raise their risk of serious heart problems. Full story...
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Duke, Progress want new hearing on merger

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Duke Energy and Progress Energy have asked federal regulators to take another look at their merger proposal. Full story...
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Historic Downtown Wilmington tree lighting scheduled for Nov. 25

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The public is invited to attend a holiday tree lighting on Friday, November 25 in Riverfront Park. The event is presented by City of Wilmington's Recreation & Downtown Services Division and the Downtown Business Alliance (DBA). Full story...
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