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New Hanover County News

Bumpy Road For Santa?

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The Carolina Beach Island of Lights Christmas parade could be a bit of a bumpy ride. Contractors for the Department of Transportation started a road construction project... Full story...
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Wilmington City Council discusses balancing budget

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The new look Wilmington City Council held it's first retreat Thursday. Newly elected members Charlie Rivenbark and Kevin O'Grady took part in the discussion. Full story...
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What is the future of real estate in Wilmington?

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Realtors, mortgage brokers, bankers, and other professionals gathered Thursday to discuss the future of the real estate market in the greater Wilmington area. Panelists addressed problems in the real estate market... Full story...
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New Hanover High students get "street smart"

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New Hanover High School students got a lesson outside the classroom Wednesday. Orlando firefighters and paramedics are traveling around the world to teach local high schoolers... Full story...
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Victims in 10th Street shooting released from hospital

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Two victims wounded in Monday night’s fatal shooting in Wilmington have been released from the hospital. Full story...
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Applications available for Sheriff's Citizens Academy

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Participants will be exposed to many different aspects of law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Full story...
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NHC sets meeting to to tweak redistricting plans

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New Hanover County schools have scheduled the next step in the redistricting process. The NHC School Board will hold a meeting Monday, December 14th, beginning at 9 a.m. at the Spencer Building. Full story...
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Cell phone tower project on hold at Murrayville Elementary

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Tuesday night the New Hanover County School Board voted to try to back out of a contract to build a cell phone tower at Murrayville Elementary School. Full story...
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Wilmington woman's death believed to be caused by H1N1

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The health department won't confirm H1N1 as the cause of Allison Blackstone Sewell's death, but her obituary states the young woman passed away as a result of complications from the virus. Full story...
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Sewer cave-in affects another Wilmington street

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Another Wilmington street will be out of commission for a few days due to sewer problems. A cave-in forced the closure of 41st Street between Peachtree Avenue and Oleander Drive in Wilmington. Full story...
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NHRMC one of top hospitals for organ donations

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center is one of the top hospitals in the nation for organ donations. The Department of Health and Human Services handed out 428 awards to hospitals... Full story...
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Two Wilmington Cooperative Banks holding auctions

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Looking for office equipment? How about an ATM? The feds have ordered the online auction of furniture, fixtures and equipment from four Cooperative Bank branches... Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington attempts to showcase vacancies

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videoThere's a lot of room for rent in downtown Wilmington, but in this economy it can be tough to find takers for all that's available. An event of Tuesday connected the renters, to the sellers. Full story...
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Wilmington woman sweetens lives

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videoYou know the saying, when life hands you lemons make lemonade. Instead, one Wilmington woman decided to make chocolate. In fact, that's how she keeps busy after an accident nearly killed her. Full story...
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New faces welcomed at Wilmington City Council

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videoTuesday night was the first night for Wilmington's new-look city council. The proceedings were predictable until it came time to vote for a new mayor pro tem. Full story...
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