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WWAY Exclusive: Woman dies after several cars hit her

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Investigators say 50-year-old Ezellas Allen was hit on Highway 87 in the Carver's Creek Community of Bladen County by a car that took off then was hit by several more cars as she lay helpless in the middle of the road. Full story...
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Accident victim recovering from horrible crash

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videoDavid Tollefson is now able to walk with a cane. He says the accident happened for a reason. Full story...
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Terminal groins considered for slowing beach erosion

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Some local leaders traveled to Raleigh today to push for a way they say will help slow beach erosion. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. superintendent to retire

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Lerch became the district's interim superintendent in July 2007 after John Morris resigned. The school board gave the permanent position a month later. Full story...
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CFCC reaches record enrollment

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There are more students enrolled at Cape Fear Community College than ever before. Full story...
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Aaxa Mortgage gets second life

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Aaxa Mortgage was forced to close its doors last week after an agreement with another bank went bad. Full story...
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Funeral arrangements for Bladen commissioner

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Margaret Moore also worked for the county school system and was its 2008-2009 Principal of the Year while at East Arcadia. Full story...
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Free markets help in tough economy

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The "Really, Really Free Market" runs from noon until 2:30 p.m. on the first Sunday of every month. Full story...
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UNCW students collect shoes for homeland

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Two freshmen, Alain Pierre-Louis and Jeanelle Johnson, whose families call the island nation home organized the Soles4Souls drive. Full story...
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Ladies in red

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Women wore red to raise money and awareness about heart disease on Friday, a disease that kills nearly half a million women every year. Full story...
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