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Hundreds of cities worldwide participated in a bicycle Ride of Silence Wednesday. A good number of Wilmington cyclists took part. WWAY's John Rendleman was there for the start of the event at Empie Park. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Wed, 05/20/2009 - 6:27pm.READ MORE:
A Pender County boy is home from the hospital after a three month stay, as an accident in February nearly took his life. The four-year-old is just one of a growing number of children hurt or killed in all terrain vehicle accidents; in fact one-third of all ATV accidents involve children. Full story...
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Creating a will ensures our assets will go on to our loved ones when we pass away, but what happens to our lives online isn't so clear. Usually, only we know the passwords to our email, and online bank accounts. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Wed, 05/20/2009 - 5:34pm.READ MORE:
The Merchant Marines are some of the many unsung heroes who serve our country behind the scenes. Today, in honor of Memorial Day, they received some special recognition on the Cape Fear River. Full story...
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This month's Cape Fear Pride brings us to the coastal community of Wrightsville Beach. In 1934, a fire ravaged the town. Today, we hear about the great fire of Wrightsville Beach from 5th grader Kristian Laufer. Full story...
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Judy Andricak says her mail carrier is getting her mail mixed up with her neighbors. Sometimes it gets returned to her, sometimes it doesn't, and not getting her mail on time is starting to affect Judy’s finances. Full story...
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There have been longstanding issues with the Social Security system, and today's economic climate makes the program's future even more uncertain. Ross Marino takes a look at some of the things seniors and Generation X-ers can expect. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Tue, 05/19/2009 - 11:23pm.READ MORE:
Wilmington City Council approved what could very well be the city's largest voluntary annexation ever on Tuesday night. It was a unanimous vote to approve annexing more than 1,300 acres into the city for a waterfront mixed-use development along River Road. Full story...
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