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MLK Celebration Committee teams up with local celebrities to play ball

The weather was a little toasty for the a softball game Saturday, but that didn't anyone from having a good time.
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Leland Cultural Arts Center encourages more to check out facility

The Leland Cultural Arts Center held an open house Saturday to encourage more people to explore the workshops offered.
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WWAY’s 5th Quarter – August 26

Week two of the high school football season is now complete. We had highlights from 11 games on Friday's 5th Quarter.
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Wilmington chef one of 14 to attend chef boot camp

Catch owner and chef Keith Rhodes has been selected to attend a chef boot camp in Vermont this September.
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Last chance to attend Downtown Sundown concert series

Downtown Wilmington’s summertime concert series is almost over.
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FIRST ON 3: CIS after school care back on in some Brunswick County schools

All other CIS programs will operate as normal. CIS will continue offering our 21st Century After School programs at Jessie Mae Monroe and Supply Elementary Schools for children in 2nd and 3rd grade and at Cedar Grove and Shallotte Middle Schools. CIS continues to provide the Action for Success (dropout prevention) Program services in five middle schools, Peer Court, Teen Court, and community Parenting Education Programs throughout Brunswick County.
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Nashville songwriters find inspiration along Brunswick County coast

Some Nashville songwriters are using the beauty of Oak Island as inspiration for creating some new work.
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NC Republican Party wants more transparency from Cooper

The North Carolina Republican Party held a press conference Friday to call Roy Cooper a failure as the state's attorney general.