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New Hanover County News

Troubleshooters: Discriminated against because of sexual orientation?

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videoIn this week’s Troubleshooters Report, a Brunswick County man feels he was discriminated against, because of his sexual orientation. Full story...
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Commission to reconsider Kure Beach sandbags

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A New Hanover County judge sandbagged the state's Coastal Resources Commission Tuesday. Full story...
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Snipes Elementary School to be demolished with new school in its place

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Snipes Elementary School, which is currently unoccupied, will soon come tumbling down. A $17 million school for arts and design will eventually go up in it's place along Chestnut Street. Full story...
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Spring enrollment is up at local community colleges

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It looks like some of the people who are out of work may be honing their skills at community college. Full story...
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City council looks at loosening panhandling regulations

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Wilmington City Council got back to work Tuesday night after the holiday break. Among the issues discussed was loosening downtown panhandling regulations. Full story...
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New Hanover County sex offender arrested in Alabama

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US Marshals arrested 54-year-old William Goodson Jr. Tuesday morning while leaving his home in Dothan, Alabama. Full story...
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Wilmington teenager missing for more than a week

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Wilmington Police say 15-year-old Rakim Reedy ran away December 29th, and his family has not seen him since. Full story...
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Would-be thieves use truck to break into pawn shop

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videoWilmington Police are searching for whoever used a truck to break into a pawn shop early Wednesday morning. Full story...
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Smash and grabs have business owners feeling uneasy

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videoA number of break-ins have area store owners feeling uneasy. Police are calling them ‘smash and grabs’ because it appears whoever broke in used objects like bricks or concrete to bust through the glass doors. Full story...
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Big dig reveals no clues in murder mystery

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videoA Carolina Beach cold case is now a closed case. S.B.I. investigators spent Tuesday digging for clues to crack a mystery that's more than a half a century old. Full story...
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Downtown construction hurting area businesses

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videoConstruction along downtown Wilmington's waterfront has been underway for two days now as workers are repairing a bulkhead, but some Water Street store owners aren't too happy about it. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Museum closes for a face lift

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The Wrightsville Beach Museum closed Tuesday for a face-lift. The museum will be closed from Tuesday until January 21st. Full story...
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City council to hold first meeting of 2009 Tuesday

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videoAmong the issues on tonight's agenda is a change to the city's panhandling ordinance. Council is also expected to adopt a resolution supporting an Air Force One museum in the Port City. They will also be welcoming a new member. Full story...
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Vote supports Air Force One museum

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New Hanover County commissioners are in favor of bringing an Air Force One Museum to Wilmington. Full story...
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Port City Java founder allegedly using company funds for personal expenses

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Port City Java is suing Don Reynolds, his wife Denise, and a company called Don Reynolds Properties for more than $187,000. Full story...
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