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Submitted by John Rendleman on Sun, 07/06/2008 - 10:31pm.READ MORE:
Runners filled the streets of downtown Wilmington Saturday morning for the annual Tri-Span run 10K run. It was a hot day to run, but that didn't stop John Rendleman from covering some of the elite runners in the Cape Fear region. Full story...
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Fourth of July weekend usually brings more people to the beach. This weekend, some store owners say there were fewer vacationers than usual--blaming a sluggish economy as a reason. Full story...
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Old wartime memorabilia, uniforms and old pictures hang on the museum's walls. The lobby was restored to look just like it did during the war. Full story...
Submitted by on Sat, 07/05/2008 - 5:42pm.READ MORE:
A 54-year-old lifeguard is recovering, after a 28-foot boat hit him on his way to rescue two jetskiers Friday. Full story...
Submitted by John Rendleman on Thu, 07/03/2008 - 11:13pm.READ MORE:
Wilmington has now laid claim to the title of "America's World War II City". That was just part of Thursday's rededication of the newly created and renovated Hannah Block Historic USO Building. Full story...
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A man driving across the country in his part electric hybrid car made a stop in Wilmington to spread the word about plugging in rather than filling up. Full story...
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Submitted by John Rendleman on Tue, 07/01/2008 - 11:35pm.READ MORE:
The Cape Fear Lily May's Pub Sevens Tournament will be held this weekend at Ogden Park in New Hanover County. We want to focus on the prestige of the tournament along with John Rendleman's attempt to suit up for the host team at their practice Tuesday evening. Full story...
Submitted by on Tue, 07/01/2008 - 11:11pm.READ MORE:
Tuesday night the Army Corps of Engineers gave people the chance to ask questions and voice concerns about the proposed Castle Hayne Titan America cement plant. The comments will be considered before the corps drafts an environmental impact statement about building along the Northeast Cape Fear River. Full story...
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