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New Hanover County News

NRC fines GE-Hitatchi $45K over NC nuke test site

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The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has fined a General Electric nuclear facility in North Carolina $45,000 for what the agency said were multiple violations including management shortcomings. Full story...
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Wilmington zoo owner says Ohio situation would not happen here

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video A day after law enforcement shot and killed dozens of exotic animals released from a farm, the owner of Wilmington's Tregembo Zoo says a similar scene would never play out here. Full story...
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Ms. Cheesy open for business

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Wilmington's newest gourmet food truck is open for business. "Ms. Cheesy" and its crew specialize in ooey gooey gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. Full story...
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Occupy Wilmington takes message on the road

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Occupy Wilmington was back at it again this afternoon, sharing the group's message with drivers at one of the city's busiest intersections Full story...
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Jay Ross to shuffle off to Buffalo

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Former New Hanover Wildcat Jay Ross will be getting another NFL tryout. He's going to need some snow boots and a few jackets if he sticks with this AFC East team. Full story...
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UNC kicker Casey Barth out for the season

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North Carolina coach Everett Withers made it official on Thursday. He says former Hoggard kicker Casey Barth will not kick again this season for the Tar Heels. Full story...
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Police search for Family Dollar robber

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Wilmington Police are looking for a man who robbed a store in broad daylight. It happened around 1:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Family Dollar at 700 Shipyard Blvd. Full story...
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Wilmington City Attorney leaving for Charlotte

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Wilmington City Attorney Carolyn Johnson will leave her job in the coming months to return to Charlotte. Full story...
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Meeting seeks feedback on plan to improve traffic in Port City

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Transportation planners are looking for feedback on a plan to make getting around Wilmington better. Full story...
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Work starts on downtown hotel

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Work is underway on a new hotel in downtown Wilmington. Local leaders helped break ground today for a Courtyard Marriott. Full story...
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