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Do you owe county taxes?

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video Coming up tonight at 6 p.m., we'll see why New Hanover County decided to advertise delinquent taxes in small newspapers and why the county is required to buy ad space for the list. In the meantime, click on this story to see if you owe taxes. Full story...
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Cloudy explanation for water problem

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Families and businesses in downtown Wilmington say something was in their water Thursday evening. Despite alerting the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority of the problem, they were given no explanation for the conditions. Full story...
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Stranded Brit finally headed home

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Earlier this week we told you about a teenager from England stranded here in Wilmington because of the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Well, he is finally on his way home. Full story...
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GOP hosts candidates forum

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WWAY's Ann McAdams moderated the GOP forum at the historic New Hanover County Courthouse in Downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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UNCW breaks ground on new psych building

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The new psychology building will be the second part of four building health education center in the middle of campus. Full story...
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Port City Java fighting to keep its headquarters

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video Wilmington's coffee shop of choice is fighting over its headquarters. Port City Java was slapped with an eviction, but the company says it paid its rent. Full story...
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Businessman investigated for campaign donations

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A local businessman is under investigation in connection to questionable campaign donations. Full story...
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Volunteers needed for youth enrichment zone

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The New Hanover County Blue Ribbon Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence announced yesterday it is looking for 4,000 volunteers to help with a youth enrichment zone. Full story...
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Body found on MLK identified

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Police have identified the body found inside a parked car on the side of busy Wilmington roadway early Wednesday morning. Full story...
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Former bank CEO starts over

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videoIt's become a familiar story for many as the nation struggles with a devastating economy: losing your job and having to start over from square one. Rick Willetts was the head of Cooperative Bank. Last June the bank collapsed; the tough economy devouring what he had taken so much pride in. Full story...
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