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Wrightsville Ave. work slow to resume

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Despite the warm temperature and the sunny skies we didn't see any construction activity today, and folks who work nearby say crews weren't doing much. Full story...
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Billboard honors hometown hero

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If you're driving on Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach, it's hard to miss its tribute to a native daughter. Sgt. Kim Munley has her own billboard. Full story...
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Brunswick County teacher wins national website award

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Julie Sloup, a teacher at Virginia Williamson Elementary, won the second annual SchoolCenter Imaginative Classroom Contest. Full story...
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Diligence crew back on US soil

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The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is back on US shores after a 56-day patrol at sea. Full story...
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Fence of keys makes everyone an artist

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If you've walked through Downtown Wilmington lately you may wonder why there are a thousands of keys hanging on a construction fence. Full story...
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Argument leads to Oak Island shooting

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An Oak Island man is in the hospital being shot and crashing his car Saturday. It all happened outside the Moose Lodge on Long Beach Road in Oak Island. Full story...
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Woman busted for carrying more than the "good news" in her Bible

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Agents responded to the facility and found that Brennan cut holes in the pages of a Holy Bible and inserted the contraband inside. Full story...
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Carolina Beach Police make biggest mushroom bust in city history

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In February, the Carolina Beach Police Department identified two people selling chocolate mushroom bars and marijuana to several residents. Full story...
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Arrest made in Sunday double shooting

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A man who was stopped near the scene of Sunday morning’s double shooting now faces numerous felony charges in connection with the incident. Full story...
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Sewer line overflows again

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video Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Operations crews responded to and resolved a sewer system overflow of approximately 2625 gallons that occurred on Saturday afternoon... Full story...
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