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GlenCare moves administrator to different location

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The Wilmington assisted living facility in danger of losing its license has moved at least one of the employees involved in the violations to other facilities. The state suspended new admissions and threatened to revoke GlenCare of Wilmington's license. Full story...
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Commission candidate has idea to balance county budget

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video A candidate for New Hanover County Commission says he has a way to balance the county's sagging budget. We want nothing more than to be fair. We welcome any County Commission candidate to send their budget ideas to us at newsroom@wwaytv3.com, and we'll share them with voters in the coming weeks. Full story...
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WHA breaks ground on new housing project

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Another affordable housing complex is coming to the Port City. The Wilmington Housing Authority broke ground today on New Brooklyn Homes at Robert Taylor Estates. Full story...
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Leland goes wireless

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Leland town officials cut the cord today making way for a new wireless network throughout the community. Full story...
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Saffo meets with Iraqi counterpart

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Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo got a special visit at City Hall today. Through an interpreter Saffo spent several minutes talking with Mayor Mahmood Khalif Ahmed al Bomandi of Samarra, Iraq. Full story...
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CFPUA working on Ogden Interceptor

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CFPUA and contractor crews have been working along the southern portion of Smith Creek between I40 and North Kerr in an effort to proactively address the repair and replacement of sections of the Ogden Interceptor. Full story...
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Petition push for Oak Island man to Rock Hall

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video You wouldn't think retirement on the Brunswick County coast would be a stop on the road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Clay Cole may change that. Full story...
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Parent information meeting scheduled for Wrightsboro Elementary parents after mold discovered

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Parents of Wrightsboro Elementary School are encouraged to attend an information meeting about the school’s recent location change. New Hanover County Schools and NHC Health Department officials, along with Dr. Sean Lucas of Allergy Partners of Coastal Carolina, will be available to answer parents’ questions. Full story...
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Historic home auction benefits charity

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The 4,100 square foot house built in 1925 was featured on "One Tree Hill." You can tour the house during the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Illegals and the Census

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video Filling out your census form is mandated by the U.S. Constitution. Still, many people don't fill it out for fear their private information is going to become public. That's of special concern for illegal or "undocumented" immigrants. Full story...
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