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Tabor City arson investigation heats up

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videoA story we've been following out of Columbus County continues to unfold. On Wednesday, 17-year-old Allen Strickland's Tabor City home went up in flames while he was sleeping inside.

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Construction set for Village Road

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Governor Bev Perdue announced $29 million in Federal recovery funding for road projects across the state. One mile of Village Road in Brunswick County will be graded and paved beginning as early as August 31st, with the completion date set for June of 2011. Full story...
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From homeless, to head of the class

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videoThe pressures of college could make anyone think twice. For one student at Cape Fear Community College, pressure of everyday life added on top makes graduation day mean so much more. Full story...
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A day at the beach an economic trend

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videoFamily budgets aren't going as far as they used to, and neither are families when it comes to taking vacations. Full story...
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Kure Beach park gets financial boost

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A $500,000 grant will go a long way toward creating the new Ocean Front Park. Full story...
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A stinky situation in Brunswick County

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videoPeople who live in Brunswick County are wondering what's wrong with their water. There's been a strong odor coming from their faucets and they want to know why. Full story...
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In the "Name" of Love

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videoThere isn't much that sets the Townsend's apart. Born within three days of each other, and with the same job, these two share the same first and last name - and did so even before they got married. Full story...
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Local town celebrates post office's centennial

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videoThe Chadbourn post office opened long before 1909, but it didn't officially become part of the United States Postal Service until President William Howard Taft gave it his stamp of approval. Full story...
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Keeping man's best friend safe in a storm

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Noble is a pet-friendly emergency shelter during severe weather. Thursday, volunteers practiced for an emergency scenario. Full story...
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Volunteers rebuild home destroyed by tornado

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videoIt's amazing what a few nails, wood and some concrete can do. For one Bladen County family, it can change a case of bad luck into good fortune. Full story...
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