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Diligence closed to tours during maintenance

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The Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is a draw along downtown Wilmington's Riverwalk, but for the next several months it will not be open to visitors. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: "An Evening with One Tree Hill" planned at UNCW

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"One Tree Hill" will soon be history, but before the cast wraps up its ninth and final season in Wilmington, they will spend some time with their loyal fans in a special Q&A session. Full story...
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Meet the Seahawk men's basketball team

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video The Seahawk men's basketball team met with the Wilmington area media on Wednesday. The 2011-2012 basketball season isn't too far away. The first scrimmage is actually less than three weeks away. Full story...
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Jay Ross heads heads west for NFL tryout

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Former New Hanover Wildcat Jay Ross will be getting another NFL tryout next week. He's about to head west in order to try out for a team from the AFC West. Full story...
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Candidates for council, mayor participate in forum on green design

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With less than four weeks until Election Day, candidates for Mayor and Wilmington City Council participated in a forum Wednesday night. The event was held by Cape Fear Green Building Alliance at the Balcony on Dock in downtown Wilmington. Voters filled the room as a moderator asked the candidates questions on sustainable design, economic growth and building practices. Full story...
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Candidate profile: Napier Fuller

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video Election Day is less than a month away, and WWAY wants you to meet the candidates for Wilmington City Council. Today we sat down with Napier Fuller, who says his top issues include jobs, public safety and government spending. Full story...
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Carolina Beach councilwoman responds to SBI investigation

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video A Carolina Beach Town Council member under investigation by the SBI is telling her side of the story. An anonymous letter to the Attorney General and District Attorney sparked the probe, which also includes the mayor and another council member. Full story...
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3rd Street work continues downtown

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If you've been to downtown Wilmington in the past couple months you've likely noticed construction and increased traffic along N. 3rd Street. Full story...
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Trask Coliseum makeover winds down as scoreboard goes up

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With Midnight Madness just days away, the extreme gym makeover at UNCW is almost complete. Basketball practice starts Friday night with its annual showcase. By then, the overhead scoreboard will be raised, and Trask Coliseum will look more like an arena than a construction site. Full story...
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Wilmington Railroad Museum's officially sets record

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It's official. Wilmington is now the home of a new Guinness World Record. Full story...
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