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UNCW education job fair hosts record number of teachers-to-be

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videoWith the national unemployment rate over eight percent, competition for jobs is becoming even fiercer. Full story...
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Judge drops lawsuit against Brunswick County School Board

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A federal judge has dropped a law suit against the Brunswick County School Board regarding a sexual relationship between a former student and former teacher. Full story...
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New Hanover County puts off layoffs

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New Hanover County employees will have to wait another week to find out if they'll keep their jobs. Full story...
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Some downtown businesses will be without power Monday

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Repairs to the Water Street bulkhead are almost complete, but not without a third power outage for nearby businesses. Full story...
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Eight tail-waggers celebrate a special first birthday

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Happy birthday to Bubba, Teddy, Sweetie Pie, Kera, Ivy Jane, Woody Basil, Elvis and Vegas; they all turned one Sunday, thanks to a great group of adoptive parents. Full story...
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Anthony Pierce expected to be indicted Monday

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Pierce was the driver of the vehicle that Officer Richard Matthews chased the night he crashed his car and died. Full story...
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Friends and family remember Nicole Harrison

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Friends and family of Nicole Harrison gathered at Olivet Baptist Church in Wrightsboro to remember her. Full story...
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Wilmington Youth Orchestra celebrates spring

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Spring is still a couple of weeks away, but the Wilmington Youth Orchestra kicked off the celebration a little early Sunday with its annual spring concert. Full story...
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Friends remember Shak on Saturday

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A taxi driver killed in a road accident was remembered with a memorial service Saturday evening. Dozens of people came out to Fibber McGee’s in Wilmington to remember "Shak" Rahimbux, the owner of Kat's Taxi. Full story...
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Road work on campus this week at UNCW

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Workers are installing underground storm water pipes. That means driver's won't be able to make a continuous loop around campus. The work was intentionally planned for spring break since there are fewer drivers on campus. Full story...
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