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Myrtle Grove Middle softball field semi-finalist in Kellogg's contest

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A student at Myrtle Grove Middle School is hoping to get the schools' softball field a makeover. Bailey Williams entered a contest through Kellogg's Frosted Flakes to revamp the field. Full story...
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Some Bladen County moms celebrated Mother's Day at White Lake

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On Mother's Day cards are nice, presents are great, but sometimes it is just the thought that counts. Sunday folks in the Bladen County area had the thought of taking their mom's to White Lake. Full story...
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Oak Island Pier opens Monday

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A familiar Brunswick County fishing spot is reopening with a new name Monday. The Yaupon Pier will now be known as the Oak Island Pier. Full story...
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Wave bus turns into fireball

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Four passengers and a Wave Transit bus driver are safe after the bus caught on fire around 6:30 Saturday night near Market and Wayne streets in Wilmington. Full story...
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Coast Guard hosts safety demonstrations

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Hundreds of people gathered at the Coast Guard Station in Oak Island to learn more about the men and woman who help keep us safe. Full story...
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UNCW grads enter the real world

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Another round of college graduates entered the real world Saturday, as it was day two for graduation ceremonies at UNCW. Family and friends gathered in Trask Coliseum during two processions for the College of Arts and Sciences. Full story...
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Goodness grows in Columbus County

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Saturday marked the opening day for the Columbus County Farmers’ Market. Opening ceremonies included a performance by the Edgewood Elementary School chorus. Full story...
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National Tourism Week celebrated locally

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videoEach day, visitors from all over the country fly into ILM. This week they'll feel a little more welcome than usual. As part of the 26th National Tourism Week the Cape Fear Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau will be giving out free snacks, drinks, and souvenirs to tourists. Full story...
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Confederate Memorial Day in Whiteville

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videoThe courthouse came alive in Whiteville Saturday morning for a ceremony that was geared toward the recognition of Confederate veterans. Full story...
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Reavis found guilty

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A jury found Brian Reavis guilty of the rape, robbery, and beating of a 95 year-old Wilmington woman. Full story...
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