Teacher Sarah Osborne and student Madeline Chandler talk about big trip ahead. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Local students will travel to presidential inauguration

A group of area students are traveling to Washington D.C. to see the 58th Presidential Inauguration.
Portion of 3rd Street near Greenfield Lake could be closed until end of 2017. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Part of 3rd Street could be closed until end of 2017 for NCDOT construction

A busy intersection in New Hanover County will soon be closed for several months as NCDOT replaces an old pipe.
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UNCW baseball team earns ranking of 24th in nation

UNCW is ranked 24th in D1Baseball's preseason top-25 rankings released on Tuesday.
A Columbus County resident was charged with animal cruelty for the conditions this and two other dogs were living in at a home near Delco on Jan. 17, 2017. (Photo: Columbus County Animal Control)
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Columbus Co. Animal Control discovers 3 abused dogs

According to the Animal Control office, the dogs had no food, only stagnant, dirty water to drink. One was so tightly chained to a tree it could not move.
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Columbus County man pleads guilty to 2014 murder

Antwan Johnson pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder and an additional count of attempted murder Tuesday, Jan. 17.
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First Tee of Wilmington named beneficiary of 2017 Wells Fargo Championship

Champions for Education has designated The First Tee of Greater Wilmington as the primary beneficiary of the 2017 PGA TOUR event scheduled to be played in Wilmington.
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Sunset Beach Town Council votes down part-time beach patrol officer

Sunset Beach is not adding a part-time police officer to patrol the beach during the summer months.
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Court rules Roger Bacon Academy can’t sue former Brunswick Co. Schools Superintendent

A North Carolina appeals court says a company running a string of taxpayer-funded charter schools and its founder cannot sue a former local school superintendent who criticized plans for a competing school.