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New Hanover County News

New Hanover Commission tables shopping center purchase

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Commissioners voted 3-2 to table a vote on purchasing the property that houses Break Time and Ten Pin Alley in Wilmington. The property is a part of the same shopping center as the county's government complex. Full story...
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2012 Azalea Festival art unveiled

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The Azalea Festival committee unveiled the 2012 festival art piece Monday night and it was very well received. Artist Terry Sellers Harrison said she wanted to capture a sense of play and a more contemporary idea for now and the future. Full story...
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Hot tar spill slows MLK

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An 18-wheeler caused a hot mess on Martin Luther King Parkway near Kerr Ave. this morning. Full story...
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Home prices in Wilmington increase

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Homes across Wilmington continue to gain value according to new data released today by CoreLogic. Full story...
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Local business helping the homeless community

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The holidays are quickly approaching and Atlantic Dermatology stopped by Good Morning Carolina to tell us how they're playing a part in helping those less fortunate. Full story...
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Candidate Fuller offering $1,000 reward for info on sign thief

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"Yesterday, about fifty of my political yard signs were stolen near the Landfall main gate and near Autumn Hall. Also, many other candidates' signs -- Padgett, Saffo, Anderson, etc. -- also vanished overnight in this area. At 4:30am today I went to check on my signs, and I noticed this theft. I have replaced many of them." Full story...
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Kite festival flies to new heights in Wrightsville Beach

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It was a little too chilly to lay out on the beach this weekend, but it was perfect weather to enjoy a good kite festival. The massive, colorful kites painted the sky, while folks bundled up to enjoy the show. Full story...
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Curling Club sweeps into Port City

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video The Coastal Carolina Curling Club was formed a few months ago, after many in the area wanted to try out the increasingly popular sport. A majority of those in the club joined as beginners, many intrigued by the sport that first made its way into the Olympic limelight in 1998. Full story...
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Hoggard volleyball team falls in state finals

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Charlotte Providence won its fifth North Carolina High School Athletic Association volleyball championship in convincing fashion on Saturday as the Panthers rolled to a straight-set victory over Wilmington Hoggard in the 4-A final at Reynolds Coliseum. Full story...
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Polka and pierogies draw thousands to Polish Festival

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Pastor Ryszard Kolodziej says the people of Poland are friendly and family-oriented, which are also characteristics of the festival. Full story...
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