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New Hanover County News

Pre-schoolers enjoy a meal on the Mayflower

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Kids at a local pre-school got to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast Wednesday - aboard the Mayflower. Child Development school kids and their families got to chow down... Full story...
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Wrightsville United Methodist Church collects food for local food bank

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Since it is the season for giving, what better time to collect food to help restock the local food bank? People donated food at Wrightsville United Methodist Church. Full story...
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Wilmington man gets a "boost" with a new pick-up

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A Wilmington man has something to be thankful for this holiday; he just doesn't know who to thank. Though his kids graduated from Laney High School decades ago... Full story...
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Creekwood murder suspect turns himself in

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A murder suspect is in custody after turning himself in Monday night. Dameion Fagan of Wilmington has been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting... Full story...
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Zimmer Cancer Center receives federal dollars to help fight cancer

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of the community. Congressman Mike McIntyre presented the Zimmer Cancer Center at New Hanover Regional Medical Center a check for $450,000 from the National Cancer Institute Tuesday. Full story...
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Rebirth of the Turkey Bowl

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videoOne of the longest standing Thanksgiving traditions in Wilmington didn't take place last year, but it's game-on this year, for the annual Turkey Bowl football game. Full story...
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Community reaches out to family in need

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videoFriday, we introduced you to a man waiting to receive his unemployment extension check. Dozens of people were touched by his story, and many have helped Christmas come early for his family.

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The shops at The Forum see folks shopping early

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There was good news for local business owners and their cash registers. The shops at The Forum across from Mayfaire were busy and bustling this weekend. Full story...
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5th annual Enchanted Airlie starts Friday

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It's only been around since 2005, but Airlie Gardens' annual holiday light display has quickly become a holiday tradition in our area. Full story...
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Local artists show off original work at Art for the Masses

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One Wilmington building was transformed into a large art museum over the weekend. The Eighth Annual Art for the Masses was held at the new Bank of America building downtown.

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Jobs are still hard to find

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videoFor many people the extension of unemployment benefits is a ray of hope, but with the payments still two to three months away, some worry they won't make it. Full story...
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CFPUA cuts ribbon on new water filtration plant

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If you receive water services from the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, you may have noticed your water has gotten a little softer. The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority cut the ribbon Friday on their new... Full story...
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UNCW offering H1N1 vaccine to students, faculty and staff

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For the second time this month, UNCW is offering free H1N1 vaccines. Last week's vaccine clinic was open only to students. This time around, the vaccine is available to students, faculty and staff. Full story...
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Local media outlets help knock down hunger

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Members of the media helped raise money to feed the homeless Thursday night. Thunder Alley in Leland was the site for the first ever Media for Meals Crazy Bowling Tournament. Full story...
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Sen. Boseman won't seek re-election

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The New Hanover County Democrat announced Thursday her decision to leave the Senate when her term ends at the end of 2010. Full story...
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