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New Hanover County News

Halyburton Park set ablaze

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About 15 to 20 acres were scorched in an effort to minimize the risk of wildfires while removing undergrowth, making it easier for native plants to grow. Full story...
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Former sub commander visits students

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Capt. Mark Davis returned to the Port City to speak to a group of fifth graders at Eaton Elementary School. Full story...
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GlenCare investigation update PLUS DSS / DHHS investigation documents

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Yesterday afternoon, GlenCare owner Glen Kornegay faxed over this statement: Full story...
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Book store owner needs help on moving day

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Gwenyfar Rohler has been packing up more than 150,000 books after the Front Street building that houses her book store was condemned. Full story...
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BREAKING NEWS: 1 hurt in car vs. school bus accident

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A scary situation for some New Hanover County students on the way home today. Their bus was involved in an accident with a car at North Kerr Avenue and McClelland Drive in Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington ready to use freed analog signals

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Our city was the first in the nation to switch to digital television, and the move left lots of open analog air space. Now Wilmington will be the first in the nation to use what's called "white spaces" to improve access to the wireless Internet. It will also allow for a wireless network of web cameras around town. Full story...
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Wilmington aims for green jobs hub

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The proposed Green Business Innovation Center would focus on developing new technologies and creating new green jobs here in the Port City. Full story...
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Middle school redistricting meeting rescheduled

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The New Hanover County School Board has moved back its next middle school redistricting work session. Full story...
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Halyburton burn tomorrow

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Fifteen to 20 acres will be set as part of a prescribed burn to minimize the risk of wild fire and help native species. Full story...
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Wilmington man sentenced on federal drug crimes

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Prosecutors say Windell Hicks ran Ruth's Grocery Store in Wilmington, where he sold drugs, including heroin, to other dealers. Full story...
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Future of "One Tree Hill" has impact on area businesses

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videoToday the CW announced early pick-up commitments for five of its shows for next season. "One Tree Hill" was not on that list. Full story...
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School kids celebrate Mardi Gras

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Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is traditionally a day of excess and celebration before Lent, which starts with Ash Wednesday tomorrow. Full story...
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Diamond Hawks set to play ball

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The season starts Friday for the Seahawks. They'll head south to play the University of Jacksonville. Full story...
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GlenCare owners won't discuss investigation, allegations

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videoThe state Division of Health Service Regulation and the New Hanover County Department of Social Services conducted a week-long complaint investigation last month. According to the report, GlenCare failed to investigate the cause of bruises and potential abuse of patients and did not document missing drugs. Full story...
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Caffe Phoenix moving

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The restaurant currently at 9 South Front Street will move to the corner of Princess and North Front Street. Full story...
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