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Pre-schoolers make cards for earthquake victim

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They used creativity and a lot of love in hopes of making Carlens Delfils feel better. Full story...
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Bar owner circulating anti-smoking ban petition

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videoIt's only been 20 days since the smoking ban took effect. Still Deborah Tinae says she realized after only two days, her business was going south. Full story...
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Skyway debate continues

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video It's a project that still has many questions to be answered before becoming a reality. Full story...
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Wilmington developer, attorney tied to indicted Easley aide

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videoThe indictment names a Wilmington financier, which clearly points to developer Lanny Wilson. Former ABC Board Chair Doug Fox also identified. Full story...
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Renowned surgeon takes part in UNCW MLK celebration

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video Benjamin Carson is the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Full story...
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McGee leaving Brunswick County schools earlier than expected

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The Board decided last fall not to renew McGee's contract. Full story...
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Sunday rides to replace Sunday drives?

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videoCyclists are working to gather support for a plan that would give them more space to ride in the Port City. The idea would make Sundays a day for riding, closing some streets to cars, and leaving them for bikes. Full story...
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Some businesses thriving, expanding during recession

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A cupcake shop and a hardware store are two Wilmington businesses that are actually expanding rather than closing. Full story...
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Wilson quits Transportation Board; Easley aide indicted

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Former Easley aide Ruffin Poole faces 51 criminal counts. Full story...
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Earthquake victim continues road to recovery in Wilmington

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videoDelfils was hurt saving his sister from falling rubble during the quake. Full story...
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