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Bladen County Commissioner dies unexpectedly

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Bladen County Commissioner Margaret Moore died unexpectedly Saturday at the age of 55. She died just four days after secretly undergoing elective surgery. Full story...
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Pender County Schools talk progress not allegations

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Monday night the Pender County school system held its first community forum since the NAACP leveled allegations of unfair hiring practices by the district, but the complaint wasn't top priority. Full story...
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WWAY Exclusive: Woman dies after several cars hit her

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Investigators say 50-year-old Ezellas Allen was hit on Highway 87 in the Carver's Creek Community of Bladen County by a car that took off then was hit by several more cars as she lay helpless in the middle of the road. Full story...
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Accident victim recovering from horrible crash

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videoDavid Tollefson is now able to walk with a cane. He says the accident happened for a reason. Full story...
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Terminal groins considered for slowing beach erosion

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Some local leaders traveled to Raleigh today to push for a way they say will help slow beach erosion. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. superintendent to retire

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Lerch became the district's interim superintendent in July 2007 after John Morris resigned. The school board gave the permanent position a month later. Full story...
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CFCC reaches record enrollment

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There are more students enrolled at Cape Fear Community College than ever before. Full story...
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Aaxa Mortgage gets second life

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Aaxa Mortgage was forced to close its doors last week after an agreement with another bank went bad. Full story...
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Funeral arrangements for Bladen commissioner

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Margaret Moore also worked for the county school system and was its 2008-2009 Principal of the Year while at East Arcadia. Full story...
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Free markets help in tough economy

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The "Really, Really Free Market" runs from noon until 2:30 p.m. on the first Sunday of every month. Full story...
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