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While tearing up the old, Front Street offers something new

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video Amid torn up pavement, tractors, cones and a road closed sign, a new Front Street restaurant is open for business. The Eat Spot faces a number of road blocks. Front Street construction and a tough economy are the storm its owners have chosen to weather. Full story...
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Water slides coming to Carolina Beach summer

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A developer asked to set up the park at the corner of South Lake Park Blvd. and Hamlet Avenue. Full story...
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Wilmington Bypass work to resume soon

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Work is scheduled to start soon on another section of the Wilmington Bypass. The state awarded a nearly $82 million contract today to build a six-mile section of I-140 in Brunswick County with the help of some federal stimulus money. Full story...
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Businesses say Front Street work hurting bottom line

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Front Street construction is causing headaches for more than just drivers. It's created a bump in the road for businesses as well. Fewer customers have translated into more discounts at stores. Full story...
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Brunswick Sheriff opens Leland substation

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The Brunswick Country Sheriff's Office officially opened a new north end substation this morning. The substation is located next to the Port City Java in Brunswick Forest. Full story...
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80-year-old suspect in death of wife suffering from Alzheimer's

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The Onslow County Sheriff's Office is investigating whether an 80-year-old man shot and killed his wife at an Alzheimer's care center before turning the gun on himself. Full story...
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New Hanover superintendent search going national

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video The New Hanover County School Board is moving forward with its search for a new leader to replace retiring superintendent Al Lerch. Full story...
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Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board approves 14% rate hike

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The Board of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority considered and approved a 14% rate increase effective May 1, 2010. Full story...
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Hookah bar fined for violating smoking ban

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video North Carolina's indoor smoking ban took effect January 2. You knew it was just a matter of time before a business in the area would get hit with a violation. Full story...
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NJ double murder suspect caught in Whiteville

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video US Marshals have arrested an accused murderer in Columbus County. Lance Fulton was on the run from New Jersey and was staying with relatives at a Whiteville apartment complex. Full story...
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