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New Hanover County News

Traffic advisories for Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach

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There are a couple of traffic advisories this morning for a couple New Hanover County beach towns.

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Brandis, Fully Belly Project accepts Clarence Award

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Sunday marked the annual presentation of an award that is given in the spirit of the season. UNCW presented the Fourth Annual Clarence Award to Jock Brandis, founder of the Wilmington-based Full Belly Project. Full story...
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Meeting Monday night for Halyburton Park's prescribed burn plan

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Folks who live near Wilmington's Halyburton Park can get information Monday night about a prescribed burn planned for early next year. Full story...
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Seahawk students staring at possible tuition hike

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videoIt looks tuition is on the way up at UNCW. Trustees met Friday to ponder their options. Full story...
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One egg-stremely unique Christmas tree

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videoMost of us have unique decorations and traditions that make Christmas special within our families. Friday, we take you to a historic home in Wilmington where the Christmas tradition is remarkably involved and ornate, thanks to one amazing woman. Full story...
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WARNING: CFPUA warns of false employees

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is urging you to beware. They say two people have been falsely representing themselves as employees, requesting to check water pressure issues. Full story...
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NHRMC, Adopt-a-Family program help those in need

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center's ambulances doubled as delivery vans this morning. For 15 years, the Adopt-a-Family program has been a tradition at the hospital. Full story...
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Fancy footwork part of final exams at UNCW

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It was a final exam involving some fancy footwork for some students at UNCW Thursday. Twenty-four students competed in an International Ballroom and Latin Dance competition for the final grade. Full story...
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Air of contention surrounds Titan

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Opponents of the Titan Cement Plant have filed suit, asking the state to review the permitting process. Full story...
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Fate of Nesbitt Courts still up in the air

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videoNesbitt Courts has been empty since 2007, but plans to demolish the historic Wilmington housing project could be going up in smoke. Full story...
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Verizon employees bring cheer to domestic violence shelter

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Verizon Wireless employees called in some holiday cheer for families from the domestic violence shelter. Thirteen hundred employees from the Verizon Call Center adopted... Full story...
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Baby injured in Thursday accident, man dies from Wednesday accident

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It has been a bad couple of days for traffic incidents in the city of Wilmington. An 18-month-old was taken to Chapel Hill, for injuries suffered in a crash Thursday morning at the corner of Third and Meares streets. Full story...
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Island of Lights Tour of Homes back at Pleasure Island

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The Island of Lights has become a holiday tradition on Pleasure Island. But last year, part of that tradition was missing. The Tour of Homes is back this year though. Full story...
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Cape Fear Community College looks to help job-seekers

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Cape Fear Community College is setting out to put job-seekers on the fast track toward employment in the New Year. CFCC's Jobs Now program will offer short-term, low-cost classes... Full story...
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Power restored at Wilmington schools

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D.C. Virgo Middle School and Snipes Academy without power after a tree limb fell on a nearby power line. Full story...
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