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New Hanover County News

Christian Academy students making the holidays brighter for a local family

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It is better to give than to receive, that is the lesson some area elementary school students are learning. Full story...
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18th century style holiday at the Burgwin-Wright House

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Wilmington residents went back in time for a taste of Christmas. The Burgwin-Wright House opened its doors Sunday to the public for an 18th century style holiday. Full story...
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Fewer Pet Adoptions

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videoThe weak economy is not only affecting people, it's hurting animals too. Shelters are packed because few people are able to adopt. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach School Break In

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Wrightsville Beach detectives are investigating vandalism at a local school. Full story...
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Swimming Scuba Santa

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Santa was swimming in the giant tank with all the sharks and fish at the Ft. Fisher Aquarium. Full story...
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Charities Suffering this Holiday Season

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video'Tis the season for charitable donations. But the Salvation Army and area churches say it's been the slowest season in more than a decade. Full story...
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Wilmington Railroad Museum home to Christmas readings

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Mom and dad had a little break from bed time stories this evening. They brought their kids to the Wilmington Railroad Museum for a special Christmas tale. Full story...
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Tuition rises at UNCW

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videoIn state and out-of-state students will be paying a bit more to attend UNCW when they go back to school in the fall. This all comes in the midst of a financial meltdown. Come the next academic year. Out of state students will be hit the hardest. Full story...
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Rental market flooded

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videoYou may have noticed a few more places for rent around town these days. If you're looking for a place, that can be a good thing, but not everyone is happy about the vacancies. Full story...
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UNCW spreads holiday cheer to seniors

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UNCW staff and students helped bring a little holiday cheer to some local seniors on Friday. The college's gerontology program created gift baskets for seniors at Silver Stream Nursing Home. Full story...
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Wilmington city leaders meet to discuss local issues

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Some of the items discussed included, protecting the city's right to annex and grow the tax base, mental health funding, and a possible sales tax to improve transportation and infrastructure. Full story...
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Wilmington woman turns 101 years old

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A born and raised Wilmington woman turns 101 Friday. Isabelle McGowan was a first grade teacher for 35 years. Full story...
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New green business opens in Wilmington

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The city of Wilmington is getting greener today. Mayor Bill Saffo will cut the ribbon for the new solar powered roof top power plant. Full story...
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Tree of Life: Remembering the lives lost to drunk driving

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About 1,700 lives were lost in North Carolina last year in traffic crashes. Almost 500 of those were a result of drunk driving. Friday those lives will be remembered in Battleship Park. Full story...
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Job market tough, but there are still opportunities available

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videoDespite 26 year high unemployment numbers, there is some good job news. According to experts, you can find a job in almost any industry that's a 'necessity.' Full story...
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