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One of the best things about working in news in a place like Wilmington is that we don't have an abundance of bad news. But every now and then, it all catches up to you.
I have to say I've been pleasantly surprised by the cooperative spirit that's popped up from the Wilmington Police Department and the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office this week.
In late June I moved in with my fiancee Tiffany. A couple weeks later, we made another life decision by adopting a puppy named Libby. She's been an absolute joy to have.
Just about every day for the past two weeks, my cousin Jay and I have sent e-mails and text messages about the performance of our beloved Philadelp
It's been years since I took part in a unique annual tradition in the South Carolina town where I grew up. But this weekend, with the future Mrs.
College campuses are typically places of open-mindedness and liberal thinking.
If you've ever asked a woman's father for permission to marry his daughter, you have to have a certain amount of respect for Henry Hager.
Yesterday Republican leaders from South Carolina held a news conference in New Hampshire to annouce the Palmetto State's Republican Presidential Primary is moving up to January 19.