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Teacher of the Week: Stacey Adam

After teaching for two decades, Stacey Adam says she understands the mind of an 11 year old and finds it exciting. As a sixth grade teacher at Noble Middle School, Ms. Adam says her students are energetic and exciting and eager to learn and that is why she loves coming to work every day.
Saint Mary students celebrate Mardi Gras (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
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Students celebrate Mardi Gras in downtown Wilmington

The students at Saint Mary School in Wilmington celebrated Mardi Gras with a special tradition on Fat Tuesday.
Pothole on private road off of Kerr Avenue (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
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Massive pothole covers private road near Kerr Ave. businesses

A massive pothole growing near some businesses on Kerr avenue is almost as wide as the road.
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Cape Fear Chordsmen take the show on the road

Four members of the Cape Fear Chordsmen took to the road today to bring their tunes to folks in medical facilities around Wilmington.
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New Hanover Co. Schools to test school bus seat belts

Starting this summer New Hanover County Schools will get five new school buses equipped with seat belts, as part of a state pilot program.
The Town of Carolina Beach is hoping to add more than 100 new parking meters along Lake Park Boulevard. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Carolina Beach proposes parking meter expansion

The Town of Carolina Beach is hoping to add more than 100 new parking meters along Lake Park Boulevard.
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Progress continues on Riverfront Park Project

In downtown Wilmington, progress continues on the Riverfront Park Project.
Fort Fisher Aquarium Director explains factors that may have caused the increased number of sharks bites in North Carolina during 2015.  (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Several factors to blame for record shark attacks in 2015

Fort Fisher Aquarium Director explains factors that may have caused the increased number of sharks bites in North Carolina during 2015.