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"Do It Downtown" hosts Down Town-Hall Meeting

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The collaborative grass roots effort to help focus & reinforce the downtown district as the entertainment & cultural heart of the region will hold it's second public meeting. Full story...
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Governor goes Hollywood

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The governor and Commerce Secretary Keith Crisco are leading a group of 20 Commerce Department officials, film boosters and others on a three-day trade mission to Los Angeles. Full story...
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DSS investigates another assisted living facility

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video DSS says staff at Clare Bridge lost track of two patients who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Full story...
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St. Pat's starts early, ends late at Wilmington pub

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St. Patrick's Day celebrations began early at the Harp, Wilmington's newest Irish pub on South 3rd Street. Full story...
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Tate won't seek new office

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Pender County's Commission chair will not seek a different office after all. Jimmy Tate announced he will not run for Clerk of Superior Court. Full story...
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Bladen commissioners pick another replacement

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Bladen County Commissioners last night picked another person to finish out the term of Margaret Lewis-Moore. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 @ 500p: The Cape Fear Museum and the Cameron Art Museum

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After hearing yesterday from board members at the Cameron Art Museum why $100,000 from the city is vital to their operation - we thought it would be interesting to compare and contract CAM's budget with the Cape Fear Museum's. Full story...
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IRS to help struggling taxpayers

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IRS staff will help taxpayers address economic hardship issues, make payment arrangements or get help claiming any of the special tax breaks in last year's stimulus. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 @ 600p: DSS investigating another assisted living facility

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We've learned exclusively that the New Hanover County Department of Social Services is investigating a second area assisted living facility for a Type A Violation complaint - the most serious violation a facility can receive. Full story...
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Construction starting soon on affordable housing at old Taylor Homes site

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Construction will soon commence on a $6.2 million affordable housing community, announced officials of Wilmington-based Housing and Economic Opportunities, Inc. (HEO). A groundbreaking ceremony for New Brooklyn Homes at Robert R. Taylor Estates is scheduled for March 26, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at the old Taylor Homes public housing site located in the 1400 block of North 4th Street. Full story...
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