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ILM lands $2.4 million in federal funds

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Millions of dollars in federal funds is headed to ILM. Wilmington International airport has received $2.4 million for infrastructure improvements. Full story...
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Plug pulled on controversial Riverfest rally

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Sea-Comm Media has pulled the plug on a controversial rally scheduled to take place at Riverfest. Full story...
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Physical fitness a top priority for Wilmington firefighters

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Wilmington firefighters are trying to get into a little better physical shape. This week all city firefighters are taking a physical fitness test that uses firefighting techniques like carrying a person, moving hoses and raising a ladder. Full story...
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Child Development Center in Wilmington celebrates 50 years

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Happy Birthday wishes to the Child Development Center in Wilmington. The organization celebrated its 50th anniversary Thursday. CDC began in Sunday School classrooms at Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church. Full story...
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Man arrested in Wrightsville Beach attack

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videoA man is behind bars for the beating of a man at Wrightsville Beach over the weekend. Now, the suspect faces two assault charges, all over what detectives say is a case of mistaken identity. Full story...
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Dog Court: Bear the Rotweiler

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videoNew Hanover County Dangerous Dog Appeals Court was back in session Wednesday night. The case involved a Rottweiler whose owner is appealing the dangerous dog label. Full story...
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UNCW, New Hanover County host no-cost rabies clinic

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You can do your part to stop the spread of rabies by keeping your pets up to date on their rabies vaccine. So mark your calendars, a no-cost rabies clinic is coming up next weekend. Full story...
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Keeping Southport clean

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The city of Southport is doing its part to stay beautiful. Wednesday was the first day of the annual fall clean-up. Full story...
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Wilmington drivers should start seeing more green

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videoIf you drive around Wilmington, you often find yourself waiting....and waiting....and waiting....at red lights. The city's traffic lights are notoriously long, but that will soon change. Full story...
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Home sales in Wilmington cool off for August

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Home sales in Wilmington took a hit last month. The latest numbers released by the Wilmington area Realtors Association show home sales dropped to 380 in August. Full story...
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