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New Hanover County News

Holden Beach to get help to replenish shore

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Officials in Holden Beach are hoping the oceanfront that hosts tourists in 2009 will be the same as it was last summer before Tropical Storm Hanna hit in early September. Full story...
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Man updated to serious condition after garbage truck accident

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A 70-year-old man is in critical condition Monday morning after a garbage truck struck his vehicle Sunday afternoon. Full story...
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Board of Education member-elect is concerned about AYP scores

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videoOnly 26 percent of New Hanover County schools met Adequate Yearly Progress in the reading category this year. Both parents and a new member of the school board are concerned about the results. Full story...
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Free parking at Wrightsville Beach

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With it feeling more like spring recently, people have been spending their days at the beach and their wallets are getting a bit of a break. Full story...
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Fifth Annual Wrightsville Beach Sea Kayak Race

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Saturday was a beautiful day to be out on the water. For local kayakers, the conditions were nearly perfect. They took part in the Fifth Annual Wrightsville Beach Sea Kayak Race. Full story...
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Artifact workshop for Native American Heritage Month

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Some history buffs dusted off their treasures Sunday. In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, Cape Fear Community College hosted an artifact workshop. Full story...
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1898 Memorial Dedication

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videoWilmington's dark history gave way to a much brighter future Saturday. The 1898 memorial was officially dedicated. Full story...
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Chemical spill update

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A chemical spill in Wilmington has been contained. Liquid fertilizer leaked from a tank at the Linder Morgan facility Friday night. Full story...
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Latino festival

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videoWilmington was a little spicy Saturday, that's because people came together to indulge in the sights and sounds of Latin America. And for many festival goers, there was a lot to celebrate. Full story...
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Chemical leak at Wilmington facility

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A chemical leak at a liquid storage facility in Wilmington kept haz-mat crews busy Friday night. Full story...
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Friday scare at two Wilmington schools

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There was a bit of a scare Friday afternoon at two Wilmington schools. Gregory Elementary and Williston Middle were locked down after police received a report of shots fired in the area. Full story...
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Local unemployment numbers continue to increase

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videoThe national unemployment rate has hit a 14 year high at 6.5 percent. There are now 10 million unemployed people in the country. Full story...
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Titan announces plans to move quarry

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To the dismay of many residents, Titan plans to reopen the Old Roanoke cement plant in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Local Heroes Golf Tournament remembers Tarica Pulliam

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videoNew Hanover County law enforcement officers remembered one of their own today. Tarica Pulliam was murdered this summer. The annual Local Heroes Golf Tournament was held in her honor. Full story...
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Board of Elections continues to count provisional ballots

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videoThe election may be over, but there is still plenty of work to be done. New Hanover County Board of Elections is currently working to make sure every vote counts. Full story...
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