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New Hanover County News

Haitian Boy Celebrates Birthday in U.S.

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videoA young haitian boy recovering from his injuries here in Wilmington celebrates his 13th birthday with his doctor and family. Full story...
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UNCW & Country Club of Landfall Gear Up for 2010 NCAA Women's Golf Championship

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videoThe top women collegiate golfers from around the nation will invade the Port City May 18-21. Full story...
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City Councilman Ron Sparks and Wilmington Housing Authority go to court

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videoCity Councilman Ronald Sparks and the Wilmington Housing Authority went to court Thursday morning. Sparks was trying to get a judge to throw out the WHA's lawsuit against him, stemming from problems with the Authority's purchase of Eastbrook Apartments. Full story...
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Moss reassigned

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UNCW has officially re-assigned former men’s basketball coach Benny Moss. Athletic Director Kelly Mehrtens met with Moss today to review the details of his reassignment. Full story...
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Local mortgage lender closes after bum bank deal

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video More than 60 local workers are unemployed after Wilmington-based AAXA mortgage shuts down. Full story...
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School board not done with redistricting yet

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videoThe New Hanover County School Board is taking another look at middle school redistricting. After the board made some last minute changes to redistricting plan 2-C, parents voiced concerns. Full story...
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Family says tax bill for old car too high

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Linda Bell says the county tax department valued her son's 1974 Volkswagen beetle at $2,400. She says the car doesn't even run, and can't be worth more than $500 or $600, which would mean a substantially lower tax bill. Full story...
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New Hanover County reports first rabies case of 2010

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A pet dog attacked a raccoon on Sharon Drive in Wilmington Friday night. Full story...
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Front Street work frustrates drivers

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Business owners are not the only ones frustrated by construction on Front Street in Downtown Wilmington. Add drivers to the list. Full story...
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Pollution levels could hurt Titan permitting

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State environmental officials say the Northeast Cape Fear River already is polluted with mercury and can't tolerate any more from a planned cement plant. Full story...
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Wilmington gang member sentenced

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Hakim Rasheed Hanifah pleaded guilty last summer to unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Full story...
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First Wilmington Service Award Winner Selected

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The first citizen service award was presented by Wilmington City Council tonight to Johnnie Henagan. Full story...
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GlenCare families speak up

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video For about a week now News Channel 3 has been uncovering deficiencies at Glencare Assisted Living Facility in Wilmington. The violations include unreported sexual assault between residents and improper medication. More people have come forward voicing their concerns about the facility. Full story...
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Titan opponents bring petition to Commissioners

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video Carolinas Cement was offered a tax incentive by the County to build here. Representatives from the company say the new plant will bring much needed jobs. Full story...
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