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New Hanover County News

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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Nighttime delays on MLK Parkway

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Expect nighttime delays on MLK Parkway for a couple of months. The Department of Transportation said there will be intermittent lane closures on MLK... Full story...
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Tigers look to win one for Coach Murphy

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videoThe Mason-Dixon Semi-Pro Football Championship game is in Wilmington Saturday. The hometown Wilmington Tigers will be playing with heavy hearts though. Head coach William Murphy died unexpectedly on Sunday. Full story...
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Two Wilmington men involved in heroin bust

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Two Wilmington men are charged with trafficking heroin. Deputies arrested 22-year-old Jamar Keshawn Parker, and 32-year-old Kevin Robinson Monday. Full story...
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Wilmington turns green Wednesday, locals win awards

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Folks in Wilmington were seeing "green" Wednesday night. The Green Living Expo, sponsored by the Greater Wilmington Business Journal and WWAY, featured more than 40 vendors. Each of them exhibited ways for folks to be a little more eco-friendly. Full story...
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Vets remember their not-so cherished meals

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videoMemories of the war live on in the men and women who served their country. Wednesday morning, some of them gathered to share memories and a favorite wartime breakfast with an off-color name. Full story...
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