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Bladen County has new superintendent

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Bladen County schools have a new top administrator. Thursday night the school board voted to hire Gregory Killingsworth as the school system's superintendent.

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Home insurance rates on the rise for our area

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videoIf you own a home in our area, your homeowners insurance is about to go up. Depending on where you live, the increase could be significant. Full story...
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Chief Evangelous discusses Foy and Rothen case

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The remains of two Wilmington women, Allison Jackson Foy and Angela Rothen, were found just over a year ago off Carolina Beach Road. No arrests have been made, and some have questioned the department's timing, when it came to sending out pieces of the victim's clothing for DNA testing. Full story...
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For some, odd jobs are the answer

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videoIt takes some hard work to do what a group of area guys have done; they took a bad situation, getting laid off, and turned it into cash by doing odd jobs for folks around town. Full story...
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Free dental clinic for children and adults

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If you are in need for a visit to the dentist, but can not afford it, here is your chance to get some free care. Full story...
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Myrtle Grove Middle student all smiles after winning gold

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Anything can be considered art, even a photo of braces. An assignment for art class turned into gold for Myrtle Grove Middle School student Ivy Byrd.

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Lawmakers want structures to keep shoreline sand from washing away

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State lawmakers said coastal regulators should allow waterfront communities to build permanent structures to keep shoreline sand from washing away. Full story...
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Dog Court: Trying to reverse the label of dangerous dogs

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videoWednesday night, WWAY's John Rendleman was in Brunswick County Dog Court for a follow-up on a case we first profiled earlier this month involving three American Eskimo dogs. Full story...
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Tabor City Police arrest three for allegedly trespassing on Sen. Soles's property

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Senator Soles reported that three men refused to leave his property and became violent toward him. This is not the first time he has had problems with former clients.

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Cape Fear Books and Supply back in business

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Times may be tough on Market Street, but one downtown Wilmington store is back in business. Full story...
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