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School Board wants your questions for superintendent hopefuls

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The board wants to know what question you want asked of the applicants. Full story...
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Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry runs limited Sunday

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The normal schedule will resume Monday morning. Full story...
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Nicholas Sparks Speaks at UNCW

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video Best selling author, Nicholas Sparks, drew a sold out crowd at UNCW tonight. Full story...
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Convention Center roof could produce power

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The Wilmington Convention Center could go green. Solar panels may cover the roof to turn sunlight into electricity. Full story...
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Deputies net another big drug bust

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video The street value of the cocaine seized is $56,000. Full story...
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Aide says Edwards's wife threatens suit; John rumored to be house-hunting

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Elizabeth Edwards has reportedly threatened to sue her husband's presidential campaign aide for contributing to the downfall of their marriage. Meanwhile a tabloid claims John Edwards is looking at buying a house in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Bald Head crews turn up skeletons

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video Construction workers renovating a golf course at Bald Head Island last week turned up two human skeletons. The bones are believed to be from the 1800s. Full story...
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Condemned building means book store must box up and go

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Daughtry's Old Books on Front Street in downtown Wilmington has more than 150,000 titles and only 30 days to pack them. Full story...
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Head Start worker faces child sex charge

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Wilmington Police tell WWAY 50-year-old Johnie Lewis, Jr. has worked for Head Start for 27 years. Full story...
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A real education lottery

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videoToday was the annual lottery for Charter Day School in Leland. The lottery system is needed because the state caps the number of charter schools and the students they can teach leaving some families disappointed. Full story...
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