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Elementary school students charged with marijuana posession in Wilmington

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Marijuana was found on the grounds of a Wilmington school on Wednesday. Full story...
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Forum aimed at informing locals about Titan Cement

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The effort to stop a cement plant from going up in Castle Hayne continues to mount. Tuesday night, the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear hosted an informational forum about the proposed Titan Cement Plant. Full story...
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Two men face heroin charges

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Two men charged with manufacturing and selling heroin made their first court appearance Wednesday. Full story...
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Coast Guard trying to find answers

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videoIt's been almost a month since two women were killed in a parasailing accident in Ocean Isle Beach. The Coast Guard is now looking into exactly what caused the accident. They are conducting a hearing, in hopes of getting answers. Full story...
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Officials concerned about impacts of Chadbourn fire

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videoWith most of the flames extinguished, emergency officials are starting to shift their attention to the surrounding environment. Full story...
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City breaks ground on Althea Gibson Tennis Center

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There is good news for Wilmington tennis players; new courts are on the way. Full story...
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Strickland bond yet to be set

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Wednesday brought new information about a Tabor City teen with ties to Senator RC Soles. Full story...
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Pink Gloves Boxing is a knockout at the Wilmington Athletic Club

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videoThere's a new craze in the fitness industry that's taking group exercise to a new level. It's called Pink Gloves Boxing. It's for women only. Full story...
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New Hanover County names Teacher and Principal of the Year

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videoThe New Hanover County School Board honored its outstanding educators Monday night. The big winners were New Hanover County's Teacher and Principal of the Year.

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Ports Authority going green

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Ports Authority officials announced Tuesday that they're interested in bringing new, environmentally friendly technology to the port called PHETT. Full story...
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