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Government to hear your thoughts on offshore energy explorations

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The public meetings are part of a scoping process through which other Federal, State, and local governments as well as any interested parties have the opportunity to assist MMS in determining the significant issues and alternatives for analysis in the Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement. Full story...
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31-cent ice cream helps firefighters, families

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This year The annual 31-Cent Scoop Night benefits the New Hanover County Firefighter's Association Scholarship Fund. It helps firefighters and their families go back to school and further their education. Full story...
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Carolina Beach keeps new traffic pattern

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Carolina Beach town council votes to keep new traffic pattern as it is. Full story...
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West Columbus High School students back in class

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video The West Columbus High School students who were stranded in Denmark thanks to a volcanic ash cloud were back in class today. The 12 students missed about a week of school, but believe it or not, they're glad to be be back in the classroom. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: DA wants to see Pender Health Dept. investigation

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video District Attorney Ben David says once a county investigation into the Health Department is finished, he wants to see if there were any crimes committed. Full story...
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Man shot by Sen. Soles says lawmaker paid him $100,000 to keep quiet

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"He doesn't help anybody and everybody. He helps people who know something about him, something he doesn't want told. He'll give them whatever they ask for to keep them quiet," Kyle Blackburn said. Full story...
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Columbus County moves to electronic warrant system

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The new computerized system, which starts tomorrow, lets officers print criminal processes for warrants, orders for arrests and summons when they're needed. That way, they won't have to carry around a bunch of unnecessary paperwork. Full story...
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CFCC continues site work, waits on tax vote

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Cape Fear Community College continues to clean up the old police station property in Downtown Wilmington in hopes of breaking ground for the Union Station Building. Full story...
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Rotary honors NHRMC volunteers

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For the third year in a row the Rotary Club honored an organization for its Community Recognition Day. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Jury seated in Pierce trial; opening arguments begin

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Attorneys have selected a jury for the trial of a man charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Wilmington police officer last year. Full story...
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