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Sweet tooths unite at Chocolate Festival

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Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth. The 8th Annual Wilmington Chocolate Festival is coming up. Full story...
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Oak Island bridge should be open in fall

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The DOT says 86 percent of the work is done and the bridge should be open by late September. Full story...
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President to honor Munley

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Kim Munley is recovering from knee replacement surgery she needed after she was shot during the rampage. Full story...
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Dozens apply for Brunswick schools chief

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The application period for the new school superintendent in Brunswick County ended last night. Full story...
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Saffo: "The state of the city is strong"

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video The mayor gave his annual State of the City address Monday night at City Council Chambers. He says with a tough year behind, there's a lot to look forward to. Full story...
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Federal grant helps preschoolers learn to read

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videoColumbus and Bladen County schools are getting funds to help preschoolers learn how to read. Full story...
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Reports show problems at Wilmington senior care center

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videoWe've uncovered case after case of what's commonly called "elder abuse" at a local nursing home. The complaints range from sexual abuse and rape to poor distribution of medication and sub-standard living conditions. Full story...
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Wilson quits Turnpike Authority; WMPO looks for new leader

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Lanny Wilson resigned today as Vice Chair of the North Carolina Turnpike Authority. Wilson also serves as chairman of the board for the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Prganization or WMPO. Full story...
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Foreman files lawsuit in Oak Island Bridge collapse

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The accident killed one worker and injured another. Full story...
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School district raising awareness about gangs

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A gang training seminar is scheduled for tonight at Laney High School. Full story...
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