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Local doctor inducted into the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

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Board-certified Orthopaedic Surgeon Eric Lescault, D.O., was recently one of only 667 physicians worldwide inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Full story...
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First Tee in Shallotte vandalized

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The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a subject(s) that has caused property damage to the First Tee of Brunswick County of 349 Tarkin Court in Shallotte between the dates of 3/20/2010 and 3/21/2010. Full story...
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Ladies Auxiliary VFW in Holden Beach donate 100+ teddy bears to Sheriff's Department

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The bears are used by Deputies throughout the county to give to children that they may come into contact with through a routine traffic stop, an investigation, a child that may be a victim to a crime or just a child who needs a hug at the moment. Full story...
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City of Wilmington making second offer on golf course

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The City of Wilmington is over budget some $7 million - but wants to use bond money from a 2006 referendum to make a second bid on Inland Greens Golf Course. Full story...
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Easter egg hunt at the battleship

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The Easter Bunny has returned and is hiding eggs all over Battleship Park for the 3rd annual Eater Egg Hunt on April 2, 2010 at 9:30 am, 11:30 am and 2:00 pm at the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA. Children, ages 2 - 9, will have an eggscelent time scurrying around the park trying to find as many Easter Eggs as they can! Full story...
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Corning back to work after fire

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video Corning employees are heading back to work Monday night. A fire Sunday afternoon damaged part of the Wilmington plant. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: How much does it cost to fly the NHC Sheriff's Dept. chopper?

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video The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is trying to cut $1 million out of its budget. A lot of you have written in asking why they don't sell their helicopter. Sheriff Ed McMahon and the pilot of "Sheriff Air One" say the chopper is an asset worth keeping. Full story...
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City of Wilmington considers rezoning portion of Oleander Drive

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The city is considering rezoning part of Oleander Drive between Pine Grove and 51st Street. The rezoning would change the way the area is developed and what types of buildings can be located there. Full story...
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Coming up at Wilmington City Council Tuesday

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An ordinance to accept a $2,000 donation from a group of downtown restaurant and bar owners to be split equally to buy additional cigarette disposal containers for the downtown area and to support the WPD's Mounted Patrol Unit. Full story...
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Sheriff mulls possible $1M cut

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Last week the county asked Sheriff Ed McMahon to reduce his budget to try to help make up a $14 million county budget shortfall. Full story...
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