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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy presents $10,000 to Chamber Foundation

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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy presented $10,000 to the Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce Foundation for use in its educational programs. Full story...
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Curtis Wright moving to WAAV-AM

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980 WAAV is pleased to announce the addition of Curtis Wright to its morning radio talk show lineup. Full story...
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Cruise ship visits Port City

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Downtown Wilmington was paid a visit from an extra large visitor on Sunday as the "American Spirit" docked for the afternoon and evening. Full story...
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Seahawks fly into the future

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video UNC Wilmington said goodbye to 1,900 students and released them into the real world this weekend, much to the delight of friends and family. Full story...
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Graduating through adversity

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video Shynett Batts enrolled at Cape Fear Community College three times since 2000. For Batts the third time was the charm and Friday she celebrated her graduation after life took her on a decade long rollercoaster ride. Full story...
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Wilmington Fire Department promotes 26

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The fire department recognized 26 promotions at its annual promotion ceremony this afternoon at City Hall. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Woman beaten outside hospital

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video An elderly woman with ties to Tabor City was badly beaten and had her car stolen just over the state line at Loris Community Hospital in Horry County. Full story...
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Part of Front Street back open to traffic

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Front Street between Market and Princess Streets in Downtown Wilmington is back open to traffic. Full story...
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Panties in a wad over "Thong Ban" at Kure Beach

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video The new thong ban at Kure Beach is causing tempers to flare amongst the town council. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pierce found guilty of second degree murder; sentenced to 8 - 20 years

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video A New Hanover County jury has returned a guilty verdict on second-degree murder against Anthony Pierce. Full story...
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