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The Titan Cement timeline

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videoThe whole process began with a plan to reopen the Old Roanoke Cement Plant that has sat deserted on the banks of the Cape Fear River for about twenty years. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo picks up the story from there. Full story...
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Wilmington hosts climate conference

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The National Weather Service of Wilmington is hosting the Regional Climate Conference. It features more than two dozen presentations over two days. Most of the talks focus around the future of the climate here in North Carolina. Full story...
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Leland Police warn residents of rise in car break-ins

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Residents of Leland are being asked to be pro-active in order to put a halt on a recent rise in car break-ins. There have been dozens of vehicle break-ins in Leland in the last few months. Full story...
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Pender County residents push for more parks

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videoThere is a push for more playgrounds and parks in Pender County. A group of residents voiced their concerns at a commissioner’s meeting Monday. They say a much needed recreational area will help stem a rising crime rate and lower health risks. Full story...
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Parents, students push to stay in schools close to home

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New Hanover County will have a new middle school next year; Holly Shelter Middle School. But it requires shifting students around. The second of three public forums on redistricting took place Monday night at Noble Middle School. Full story...
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Air draft permits up for discussion at two Titan Cement forums Tuesday night

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The next step in the Titan Cement saga takes place Tuesday. Carolina Cement, a Titan subsidiary, hopes to open a cement plant in Castle Hayne... Full story...
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Wave Transit eyes trolley system for Port City

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A new proposal may have the Port City looking more like the San Francisco Bay area. County commissioners heard a Wave Transit proposal that would bring a trolley system to Wilmington in the next few years. Full story...
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Alderman Elementary students install rain garden

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Alderman Elementary third graders stepped outside the classroom Monday morning to learn about the environment. Volunteers from Wal-Mart and the PTA gave students... Full story...
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If you shuck it - Don't chuck it

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videoOysters are a popular treat from the sea, but after we shuck, many of us are disposing of our shells the wrong way. A state program is focusing an effort to recycle those shells to better the environment. Full story...
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Walkers make big strides for breast cancer

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Hundreds of people pounded the pavement in downtown Wilmington Saturday to fight breast cancer. The annual Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk/Run is a major fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Full story...
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