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Registered sex offender alerts police

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This morning, after mounting pressure from family and friends, Bradley Pardue called and advised authorities that he could be located walking down a road in Surf City. Full story...
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Brunswick escapee caught in Maryland

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Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office has retrieved Rosher Rodriguez-Aguilar from Maryland. Rodriguez-Aguilar escaped from the Brunswick County Detention Center back in September of 2009. Full story...
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Azalea Festival Parade will begin with special flyover

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U.S. Representative Mike McIntyre announced today that he has requested and secured permission from the Pentagon for a flyover to honor NC's military families at the beginning of Saturday's Azalea Festival Parade. Full story...
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NHCS announces make-up schedule for Wrightsboro Elementary School

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New Hanover County Schools has established the make-up schedule for Wrightsboro Elementary School students in grades 1 – 5. Wrightsboro students missed five days of school in March when the district had to close the Wrightsboro campus for mold remediation. Full story...
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Peacemaker crew enjoying Port City visit

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video If you've been down to the Wilmington Riverfront this week, you've probably noticed the 150-foot tall ship the Peacemaker. The 15 crew members arrived in the Port City Tuesday for the Azalea Festival after spending the winter in Savannah. Full story...
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Big top takes shape at airport

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video Lions, tigers and ligers? That's right, folks. The circus is in town. Full story...
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Economy headlines State of Pender speech

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The State of the County address begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Pender County Courthouse in Burgaw. Full story...
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Federal funds target struggling schools

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video North Carolina received good news from Washington. The US Secretary of Education announced that the Tar Heel State will receive more than $91 million to turn around its persistently lowest achieving schools. Full story...
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Azalea Queen tours Wilmington

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video Azalea Queen Lindsey Shaw received the royal treatment as she toured Wilmington today. Full story...
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City offers Azalea Festival parking, traffic reminders

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The City of Wilmington has several tips and reminders about parking and traffic downtown this weekend during the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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