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New Hanover County News

It's time to 'Help for the Holidays'

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WWAY is teaming with 103.7 The Bone and Krispy Kreme for the Salvation Army's Help for the Holidays food drive. All you have to do is bring five canned goods or a five-dollar donation to the Krispy Kreme on South College Road in Wilmington and get a coupon for a dozen donuts. Full story...
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Avett Brothers tickets going fast

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The Avett Brothers are proving a success at the Azalea Festival box office. Full story...
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Area hospitals get report card; Some grades good - many "average"

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A recent study done by a healthcare information service company points to some strong points and apparent deficiencies in the quality of care offered by area hospitals - reports the Greater Wilmington Business Journal. Full story...
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Murder-suicide investigation continues

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New Hanover County Sheriff's detectives are trying to figure out what led to two deaths over the weekend in an apparent murder-suicide. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Azalea Festival announces Avett Brothers coming in April

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video As of Monday (12/13), the Azalea Festival Office says it has sold close to 2,000 tickets for the concert. It says only around 700 are left. Full story...
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UNCW graduates make history

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A new class of graduates has emerged from UNC Wilmington, and their Commencement will forever be remembered as a day history was made and dreams fulfilled. Full story...
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Murder/suicide still a mystery

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It's a bizarre incident that still has the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office asking questions. Investigators say two New Hanover County residents are dead in a possible murder/suicide. Full story...
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Seahawks defeat Demon Deacons in Greensboro in CAA-ACC matchup

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UNCW felt right at home as the home team at the Greensboro Coliseum Sunday afternoon. The Seahawks beat Wake Forest 81-69. Full story...
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Hands held high for veterans

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The first State Park dedicated to military veterans is almost complete. Full story...
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Instead of Southport terminal, Wilmington port could expand

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A feasibility study by the US Army Corps of Engineers will look at how the existing port could be upgraded and made more accessible to increased traffic and larger vessels. Full story...
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