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NC man, NY woman win Ironman North Carolina triathlon

A North Carolina man and a New York woman were the top finishers in the 2016 Ironman North Carolina triathlon.
2016 Special Olympics Charity Basketball game (Photo: Dustin Dorsey/WWAY)
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Law enforcement and fire departments take part in charity basketball game

Several members of law enforcement and fire departments from New Hanover County, Brunswick County, the City of Carolina Beach and the City of Wilmington took part in a charity basketball game to help benefit the Special Olympics.
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Hospice offers healing through gardening workshop

Lower Cape Fear Hospice offered a workshop Saturday for those looking to heal through gardening.
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Forestry officials talk importance of control burns at annual festival

Several organizations collaborated for the 3rd annual Fire in the Pines Festival at Halyburton Park Saturday.
Moral March to the Polls (Photo: Dustin Dorsey/WWAY)
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Members take part in Moral March to the polls

Members of the NAACP and members of St. Stephen AME Church took part in the Moral March to the polls Saturday morning.
(Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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New Hanover County 5th graders have class on barrier island

Thousands of New Hanover County students are taking their class outside to explore an island just off our coast.
Hoggard quarterback Josh Jones gets under center on October 21, 2016. (Photo: Dustin Dorsey/WWAY)
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WWAY’s 5th Quarter – October 21

Exciting plays. Loads of analysis with a little bit of rain, but not too much rain. On top of that we have postgame reaction from Hoggard after they edged West Brunswick. Can't beat that for this week's 5th Quarter. Week ten of the high school football season is complete.
Fair Bluff was evacuated on Oct. 10, 2016, after flooding from Hurricane Matthew inundated the town. (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY)
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NC Disaster Food & Nutrition Service benefits approved after Hurricane Matthew

Governor Pat McCrory announced today that thousands of households in an 18-county area slammed earlier this month by Hurricane Matthew may be eligible to receive Disaster Food and Nutrition Service benefits, following approval this morning of a request from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services for assistance to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.