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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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Campaign race for state Senate gets heated

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video The mud slinging in this race started months ago with a video made by Michael Lee's committee. According to Lee, the knock-off political Jib Jab video puts humor into Thom Goolsby's campaign video in which Goolsby claims he's not a politician. Full story...
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Wilmington Downtown Inc. supports NHC tax increase

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Wilmington Downtown, Inc., Wilmington's Downtown Economic Development Organization, recently endorsed a resolution of support for the May 4, 2010 referendum to increase the local retail sales tax by one-fourth cent to fund quality of life expenses. Full story...
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