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New Hanover County News

Quilters by the Sea provide warmth for victims of domestic violence

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The nimble fingered members of Quilters by the Sea Guild have been quilting up a storm lately in order to provide the warmth of quilts to victims of domestic violence. Full story...
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Domino's and Wilmington firefighters team up for safety

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videoSome Wilmington residents got a huge surprise Monday night shortly after ordering pizza from Domino's. Not only did the pizza arrive on time, it was a special delivery with assistance from the Wilmington Fire Department. Full story...
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It can be tricky, but finding the right costume is a treat

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videoFrom spooky to sweet no Halloween is complete without the perfect costume, and with the big day nearly here, time is running out. Full story...
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German visitors dock in the Port City

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videoA big group of German tourists came to town today. They arrived for the second year in a row on the Aida Aura cruise ship, and that means an economic boost for the Wilmington area. Full story...
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Local soccer organizations find lack of field time

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videoThe popularity of youth soccer in New Hanover County seems to be on the rise. With so many more kids getting their kicks, two local soccer organizations are competing for field time. Full story...
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Salvation Army looks to make Christmas better for those in need

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Christmas may still be months away, but Monday some families took steps to ensure their holiday is a happy one. Full story...
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Wilmington woman having issues with Circuit City warranty

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Now that Circuit City is no longer, a Wilmington woman is wondering how to get her TV fixed. Linda Mitchell bought an extended warranty for her 52-inch RCA television that is good through 2010, but she has not had any luck... Full story...
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Volunteers clean up Island Number 13

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videoDozens of volunteers from across the community took to the river Sunday to rid one island of trash. The Cape Fear River Watch organized the event that had plenty of helping hands. Full story...
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Hot stuff at this year's Chili Cook Off

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Saturday, it was all about chowing down for a good cause. The 23rd Annual Chili Cook Off went on as scheduled despite a little rain. Full story...
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Walkers raise money for arthritis foundation

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Hundreds of volunteers walked this weekend to help fight arthritis. The Carolinas chapter of the Arthritis Foundation held the Fourth Annual Arthritis Walk at Hugh MacRae Park.

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Dream season ends with a 3 point loss for Wilmington Tigers

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The Wilmington Tigers lost a nailbiter Saturday night. Full story...
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Wilmington mayoral candidate sues Star News and points finger at opposition

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videoAn anonymous contributor to the Star News website alleges Paul Knight embezzled money and was sued twice for sexual harassment. Now Knight is suing the John Doe and pointing the finger at incumbent Bill Saffo. Full story...
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Wilmington parents upset NHC schools arent warning about H1N1 cases

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videoParents at a Wilmington middle school are upset because they were not notified when several students at the school came down with H1N1. School administrators said they are not required to share the information. Full story...
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Azalea Festival announces art contest winner

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Azalea Festival organizers announced the winner of a student art contest Thursday. Her work will be featured on souvenirs at the upcoming festival. Full story...
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Lights on Afterschool program celebrated in Wilmington

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videoAfterschool programs prove to be important for kids who might otherwise have no where to go. As part of a national celebration, one Wilmington program was recognized for its positive effects on the kids who take part. Full story...
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